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A    RECORD 


OF 


UNIVERSITY  HONOURS  AND  DISTINCTIONS, 


COMPLETED   TO 


THE    END    OF    TRINITY    TERM, 

-     1883. 


AT    THE    CLARENDON    PRESS. 

1883. 
[All  rights  reserved.] 


Honfcon 
HENRY     FROWDE 


OXFORD     UNIVERSITY     PRESS     WAREHOUSE 
AMEN    CORNER  ~'S 


SEEN  8Y 


K\  ^,»  x 


PEE  FACE. 


THE  present  volume  is  issued  in  succession  to  a  work  of  which,  under 
the  title  of  THE  OXFORD  TEN  YEAR  BOOK,  two  editions  have  been 
already  published  ;  the  first  in  1863,  the  second  in  1872.  That  work  was 
originally  compiled  with  the  object  of  relieving  the  University  Calendar 
of  a  mass  of  matter  in  the  shape  of  early  class-lists  and  long  catalogues 
of  University  Officers,  Professors,  Scholars,  and  Prizemen,  which  could 
no  longer  be  retained  in  it  without  adding  unduly  to  its  bulk,  and  of 
bringing  together  in  one. view,  by  means  of  an  index,  all  the  academical 
distinctions  of  every  person  whose  name  occurred  in  the  book.  It 
was  intended  that  a  new  edition  should  be  published  once  in  every  ten 
years,  and  be  made  complete  to  the  commencement  of  the  decade  in 
which  it  appeared. 

As  it  is  proposed  that  the  present  work  shall  be  published  annually,  the 
former  title  is  no  longer  appropriate,  and  THE  HONOURS  EEGISTER 
or  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  OXFORD  has  been  adopted  in  its  stead. 

The  work  has  been  brought  down  to  the  end  of  Trinity  Term,  1883. 
The  lines  laid  down  in  the  Ten  Year  Book  have  been  in  the  main 
followed,  but  a  few  articles,  containing  information  for  which  the 
University  Statutes  or  the  University  Calendar  may  be  more  appro- 
priately consulted,  have  been  omitted. 

Every  care  has  been  taken  to  render  the  book  accurate  ;  but  in 
dealing  with  upwards  of  fourteen  thousand  names,  spread  over  a  period 
of  more  than  six  hundred  and  fifty  years,  it  is  hardly  possible  that 
some  mistakes  should  not  have  been  made.  It  will  be  deemed  a  favour 
if  notes  of  any  errors  are  addressed  to  the  Editor  at  the  Clarendon 
Press,  Oxford. 

Oxford: 
October  4,  1883. 


CONTENTS. 


PAGE 

The  University  of  Oxford 1 

Officers  of  the  University 7 

Colleges 34 

Halls 73 

Students  who  do  not  belong  to  any  College  or  Hall    .          .          .  .81 

Affiliated  Colleges 82 

Professorships 83 

Institutions,  as  the  Bodleian  Library,  the  Press,  &c.    .  .          .  .118 

University  Sermons  and  Preachers  .  .  .          .          .  .129 

University  Scholarships 140 

University  Prizes 163 

Class  Lists 191 

Index  of  Names          .........    403 

Matriculations  from  1701  to  1882 600 

General  Index  ....  .    602 


THE    HONOURS    REGISTER 

OF  THE 

UNIVERSITY    OF    OXFORD. 


THE  UNIVEESITY  OF  OXFOKD. 

THE  University  of  Oxford  is  a  corporate  body,  known  for  ages  by  the 
style  or  title  of  The  Chancellor,  Masters,  and  Scholars  of  the  University  of 
Oxford  ;  a  title  confirmed  by  the  Legislature  itself  in  the  reign  of  Queen 
Elizabeth  \  Its  ancient  privileges  have  been  recognised  and  augmented 
by  a  long  succession  of  Boyal  Charters  from  the  earliest  period ;  and 
these  Charters  themselves  have  been  sanctioned  by  Parliament2 ;  for  in 
an  Act,  intituled  "An  Act  for  the  Incorporation  of  the  two  Universities," 
it  is  expressly  declared,  that  all  Letters  Patent  of  preceding  Sovereigns 
granted  to  the  University  of  Oxford  "  shall  be  good,  effectual,  and  avail- 
able in  law,  according  to  the  form,  words,  sentences,  and  true  meaning 
of  every  of  the  said  Letters  Patent,  as  amply,  fully,  and  largely,  as  if  the 
game  Letters  Patent  were  recited  verbatim  "  in  the  Act  itself. 

With  the  exception  of  rare  interventions  on  the  part  of  the  Crown,  the 
University  had,  until  about  the  middle  of  the  present  century,  always 
been  governed  by  statutes  of  its  own  making.  In  the  course  of  cen- 
turies, such  statutes,  made  from  time  to  time,  as  occasions  seemed  to  call 
for  them,  without  sufficient  reference  to  previous  enactments,  grew  into 
a  confused  mass  without  order  or  arrangement,  with  which  many  of  the 
usages  of  the  University  were  at  variance.  Many  attempts  were  made 
to  remedy  this  evil,  and  at  length  in  the  Chancellorship  of  Archbishop 
Laud  a  digested  code  of  laws,  compiled  by  special  delegates,  was  ratified 
by  Convocation  under  the  title  of  Corpus  Statutorum  Universitatis 
Oxoniensis,  which  is  the  basis  of  the  present  Statute-book. 

From  the  completion  of  the  Laudian  code  in  1636  to  the  passing  of 
the  Act  for  reforming  the  University  in  1854 3,  and  even  before  that 

1  "  Be  it  therefore  enacted  by  the  authority  of  this  present  Parliament,  that  the  Right 
"  Honourable  Robert  Earl  of  Leicester,  now  Chancellor  of  the  said  University  of  Ox- 
"  ford,  and  his  successors  for  ever,  and  the  Masters  and  Scholars  of  the  same  University 
"  of  Oxford  for  the  time  being,  shall  be  incorporate  and  have  a  perpetual  succession 
"in  fact,  deed,  and  name,  in  the  name  of  The  Chancellor,  Masters,  and  Scholars  of  the 
"  University  of  Oxford ;  and  that  the  same  Chancellor,  Masters,  and  Scholars  of  the 
"  same  University  for  the  time  being  from  henceforth  by  the  name  of  The  Chancellor, 
"  Masters,  and  Scholars  of  the  University  of  Oxford,  and  by  none  other  name  or  names, 
"shall  be  called  and  named  for  evermore."    Stat.  13  Eliz.  c.  20. 

2  Ibid. 

»  The  Oxford  University  Act,  1854;  stat.  17  and  18  Viet,  c.  81. 

• 


2  UNIVEKSITY    OF    OXFOED. 

period,  the  University  effected  its  legislation,  and  transacted  the  whole 
of  its  business  as  a  corporation,  in  two  distinct  assemblies,  the  HOUSES 

OF  CONGKEGATION  and  OF  CONVOCATION. 

The  HOUSE  OF  CONGKEGATION  consists  wholly  of  Regents,  whether 
"  necessario  regentes"  or  "  regentes  ad  placitnm"  All  Doctors  of  every 
faculty,  and  all  Masters  of  Arts,  are  necessary  regents  for  the  space  of 
two  years  after  their  admission  to  regency,  that  is,  for  two  years  from 
the  end  of  the  Term  in  which  they  are  admitted  to  their  respective 
degrees,  Easter  and  Act  Terms  being  counted  as  one.  Persons  of  the 
following  descriptions,  being  members  of  Convocation,  are  regentes  ad 
placitum  :  all  Professors  ;  all  Doctors  of  every  faculty  resident  in  the 
University;  all  Heads  of  Colleges  and  Halls,  or,  in  their  absence,  their 
deputies ;  the  Public  Examiners,  Moderators,  and  Masters  of  the  Schools ; 
the  Deans  or  Censors  of  Colleges ;  and  the  Censor  of  Students  not  be- 
longing to  any  College  or  Hall,  or  his  deputy.  The  term  regent  imports 
government  or  superintendence  in  the  Public  Schools  of  the  University 
over  the  disputations  and  other  academical  exercises  which  in  ancient 
times  were  performed  there.  Necessary  regents  were  bound  in  rotation, 
regents  ad  placitum  were  at  liberty  when  they  pleased,  to  superintend 
those  exercises,  and  to  examine  candidates  for  degrees.  The  House 
of  Congregation  therefore  comprises  all  those  persons  who  in  ancient 
times  were  specially  charged  with  the  education  and  discipline  of 
the  University,  whether  in  public  or  within  the  several  Colleges  and 
Halls. 

The  HOUSE  OF  CONVOCATION  consists  both  of  Eegents  and  Non- 
Begents,  that  is,  of  all  persons  who  have  been  admitted  to  regency, 
provided  that,  from  the  time  of  their  admission  to  the  degree  which 
made  them  regents,  their  names  have  been  constantly  kept  on  the  books 
of  some  College  or  Hall  or  on  the  Register  of  Students  not  belonging 
to  arty  College  or  Hall,  and  that  they  have  borne  all  burdens  and  paid 
all  fees  required  of  them  by  the  Statutes.  Masters  of  Arts  and  Doctors, 
who,  having  ceased  to  be  members  of  the  University,  have  had  their 
names  again  placed  upon  the  books  of  some  College  or  Hall,  or  on 
the  Eegister  of  Students  not  belonging  to  any  College  or  Hall,  or  who 
have  been  incorporated  from  Cambridge  or  Dublin,  may,  after  the 
performance  of  certain  conditions,  claim  to  be  admitted  to  the  House ; 
but  no  such  person  is  entitled  to  vote  in  Convocation  before  the  expira- 
tion of  one  hundred  and  eighty  days  from  the  time  of  his  admission* 
The  same  rule  applies  to  those  who  have  been  admitted  to  the  degree 
of  Master  of  Arts  or  Doctor  in  any  of  the  three  faculties  by  Diploma 
or  by  Decree  of  Convocation;  but  a  degree  merely  honorary,  being 
conferred  "  honoris  causa"  only,  conveys  no  right  of  voting. 

The  Chancellor,  or  the  V ice-Chancellor,  or  one  of  his  four  deputies, 
and  the  two  Proctors,  or  their  respective  deputies,  preside  in  both 
Houses ;  and  their  presence  in  them  on  all  occasions  is  indispensably 
requisite.  The  number  of  regents  required  to  make  a  Congregation 
is  nine  at  the  least,  besides  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  Proctors :  for  a 
Convocation  no  particular  number  of  members  is  required.  In  both 
Houses  the  Chancellor  or  Vice-Chancellor  singly,  and  the  two  Proctors 


UNIVERSITY   OF   OXFORD.  6 

jointly,  have  the  right  to  stop  all  matters,  except  elections,  by  an 
absolute  negative  :  otherwise  every  question  is  decided  by  the  majority 
of  votes. 

For  the  better  government  of  the  University,  a  sort  of  Council, 
devised  probably  by  Archbishop  Laud,  was  instituted  in  1631  by  King 
Charles  I.  It  consisted  of  the  Heads  of  Houses  and  the  Proctors,  and, 
from  being  appointed  to  hold  a  weekly  meeting  every  Monday,  became 
known  by  the  name  of  the  HEBDOMADAL  BOARD  ;  but  it  was  con- 
vened by  the  Vice -Chancellor  on  other  days  also,  as  occasion  required. 
The  business  of  this  Board  was  to  deliberate  on  all  matters  relating  to 
the  maintenance  of  the  privileges  and  liberties  of  the  University,  or  to 
the  due  observance  of  its  statutes  and  customs,  and  generally  to  con- 
sider and  discuss  every  measure  tending  to  the  improvement  or  benefit 
of  the  University  before  such  measure  should  be  submitted  for  the 
approval  of  the  whole  academical  body  in  Convocation  assembled.  It 
thus  had  the  initiative  in  all  the  legislation  of  the  University,  and  in 
fact  no  question  of  any  sort  could  be  submitted  to  the  votes  of  Convo- 
cation without  the  sanction  of  this  Board. 

In  this  constitution  of  the  University  the  Act  of  Parliament  of  1854 
above  referred  to  (17  and  18  Viet.  c.  81)  made  a  considerable  change. 
It  left  indeed,  at  least  it  has  been  interpreted  as  having  left,  the  two  an- 
cient assemblies  of  Congregation  and  Convocation :  but  it  added  a  third, 
which  is  now  called,  in  the  terms  of  the  Act,  the  CONGREGATION  OF 
THE  UNIVERSITY  or  OXFORD  ;  and  it  transferred  all  the  "  powers, 
privileges,  and  functions"  of  the  old  Hebdomadal  Board  to  another 
body  of  persons,  called  the  HEBDOMADAL  COUNCIL. 

A  Eegister  of  the  persons  of  whom  this  new  CONGREGATION  consists 
is  made  and  published  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  every  year  before  the 
25th  day  of  September.  It  comprises  certain  official  persons,  and  all 
those  members  of  Convocation  who  resided  within  one  mile  and  a-half 
of  Carfax  for  twenty  weeks  during  the  year  which  ended  -on  the  first 
day  of  September  last.  The  Chancellor  or  Vice-Chancellor,  with  the 
Proctors,  preside  at  its  meetings,  as  in  the  two  ancient  Houses.  No 
particular  number  of  members  is  requisite  to  make  a  meeting. 

THE  HEBDOMADAL  COUNCIL  consists  of  some  official  and  some 
elected  members.  The  official  members  are  the  Chancellor,  the  Vice- 
Chancellor,  the  late  Vice-Chancellor  (for  one  year  at  least  from  the 
expiration  of  his  term  of  office),  and  the  two  Proctors.  The  elected 
members  are  six  Heads  of  Colleges  or  Halls,  six  Professors,  and  six 
other  members  of  Convocation,  who  however  may  be  Heads  of  Houses 
or  Professors,  and  the  six  Professors  may  be  Heads  of  Houses.  These 
persons  are  elected  by  the  Congregation  of  the  University  of  Oxford 
for  six  years,  in  such  a  manner  that  one-half  of  each  of  the  three 
classes  vacate  their  seats  every  three  years,  being,  however,  capable  of 
re-election.  To  this  Council,  as  has  *been  stated  above,  "  all  powers, 
privileges,  and  functions  possessed  or  exercised  by  the  Hebdomadal 
Board"  have  been  transferred,  and  therefore  it  has  the  initiative  in  all 
the  legislation  of  the  University. 

The  ancient  HOUSE  OF  CONGREGATION  has  now  nothing  to  do 


4  UNIVERSITY  OF  OXFORD. 

with  legislation  in  any  form,  and  its  business  is  confined  almost  exclu- 
sively to  the  granting  of  degrees,  a  matter  upon  which  in  ancient  times 
the  persons  of  whom  the  House  is  composed  were  necessarily  the  fittest 
judges1.  When  a  student  has  passed  all  the  Examinations,  kept  all 
the  Terms,  and  reached  the  Standing  required  by  the  statutes,  and  has 
obtained  the  grace,  or  permission,  of  his  own  College  or  Hall,  it  is  still 
necessary  for  him  to  supplicate  the  grace  of  this  House  in  order  to  his 
admission  to  any  degree.  And,  when  a  supplicat  (as  it  is  called)  is  read 
out,  every  member  of  the  House  has  the  power  to  suspend  the  granting 
of  the  grace  three  times,  in  three  distinct  Congregations,  without 
giving  any  reason  for  his  negative ;  but  after  the  third  refusal  he  is 
required  to  state  privately  to  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  Proctors  the 
ground  and  proof  of  his  objection,  which  are  to  be  submitted  to  the 
judgment  of  the  whole  House  at  the  next  Congregation  without  any 
publication  of  the  objector's  name,  and  the  question  is  then  decided  by 
a  majority  of  votes,  unless  the  Vice-Chancellor  singly,  or  the  two  Proc- 
tors jointly,  should  interpose  the  negative  which  is  allowed  to  them 
officially  on  every  matter  proposed  in  Congregation.  Should  the  grace 
be  thus  refused  the  fourth  time,  a  full  year  must  pass  before  the  candi- 
date may  apply  for  it  again.  The  actual  suspension  of  a  grace,  however, 
is  a  thing  now  almost  unknown,  but  the  threat  of  it  is  said  to  be  some- 
times employed  in  order  to  compel  payment  of  debts. 

The  business  of  the  new  CONGREGATION  OF  THE  UNIVEESITY  OF 
OXFOBD,  on  the  other  hand,  is  confined  almost  exclusively  to  matters  of 
legislation.  When  the  Hebdomadal  Council  has  framed  any  new  Statute, 
it  must  first  be  promulgated,  after  due  notice,  in  this  assembly,  and  the 
question  that  the  principle  of  the  Statute  as  stated  in  the  Preamble  be 
approved  must  then  be  submitted  to  Congregation.  Any  members  of 
Congregation  may  propose  amendments  at  the  time  of  promulgation ; 
and  such  amendments,  provided  that  they  have  been  seconded  by 
another  member  of  Congregation,  and  that  they  are  not  in  the  judgment 
of  the  Chancellor  or  his  Deputy  inconsistent  with  or  irrelevant  to  the 
principle  of  the  Statute  as  stated  in  the  Preamble,  must  be  printed 
and  taken  into  consideration  at  a  subsequent  meeting  of  Congrega- 
tion. The  Council  may  at  the  same  time  and  on  the  same  paper 
print  any  amendments  which  they  may  think  fit  to  propose.  If  any 
such  amendments,  whether  proposed  by  the  Council  or  by  individual 
members  of  Congregation,  are  adopted  by  Congregation,  it  is  in  the 
power  of  either  the  Council  or  any  twelve  members  of  Congregation  to 
propose  further  amendments.  If  no  amendment  be  proposed,  or  when 
all  the  proposed  amendments  and  further  amendments,  if  any,  have 

1  The  framers  of  the  Act  of  1854  certainly  in  tended  that  the  old  Congregation  should 
be  superseded  by  the  new,  which,  as  the  Bill  was  first  drawn,  was  to  consist  of  those 
persons  only  who  in  these  days  are  engaged  in  the  discipline  and  education  of  the 
"University,  just  as  the  ancient  House  is  composed  of  those  only  who  in  ancient  times 
were  charged  with  that  discipline  and  education.  But  this  restriction  being  opposed 
in  the  House  of  Commons,  the  minister  who  had  charge  of  the  Bill  consented  to  admit 
into  the  new  assembly  all  resident  Members  of  Convocation.  And,  shortly  after  the 
passing  of  the  Act  a  legal  opinion  was  given  by  a  lawyer  of  great  eminence,  that  it  did 
not  abolish  the  old  House  of  Congregation. 


UNIVERSITY   OF   OXFORD.  5 

"been  considered  in  Congregation,  the  question  that  the  Statute  do 
pass  is  submitted  to  Congregation  on  a  subsequent  day,  of  which  not 
less  than  three  clear  days'  notice  must  be  given.  Whenever  it  may 
seem  expedient  to  the  Council,  resolutions  containing  the  chief  points 
of  a  proposed  Statute  may  be  submitted  to  Congregation  before  the 
Statute  itself  is  framed :  and  in  the  event  of  such  ^Resolutions  being 
approved,  Congregation  may  refer  them  to  a  select  Committee  for  the 
purpose  of  drawing  up  a  Statute.  No  right  of  negative  is  allowed  to 
the  Vice-Chancellor  or  the  Proctors  in  this  assembly,  but  every  ques- 
tion is  decided  by  the  majority  of  votes.  A  Statute  approved  by 
Congregation  is  to  be  submitted  to  Convocation  after  an  interval  of 
seven  entire  days  for  final  adoption  or  rejection. 

In  the  HOUSE  OF  CONVOCATION,  consisting  (as  may  be  said)  of  all 
Masters  of  Arts  .and  all  Doctors  of  the  three  superior  faculties  who 
have  their  names  upon  the  books  of  some  College  or  Hall  or  on  the 
register  of  Students  not  belonging  to  any  College  or  Hall,  every  formal 
act  of  the  University,  and  all  its  business  as  a  corporate  body,  except 
only  what  relates  to  the  granting  of  ordinary  degrees,  is  done  and  con- 
cluded. Statutes,  which  have  passed  Congregation,  do  not  become 
binding  enactments  until  they  have  had  the  assent  of  this  assembly. 
Matters  of  special  or  individual  concern,  and  such  as  require  immediate 
provision,  are  settled,  by  Decree  of  Convocation.  Honorary  Degrees  are 
given  by  consent  of  Convocation,  and  it  is  in  this  House  also  that 
eminent  persons  occasionally  receive  degrees  conferred  out  of  the  ordi- 
nary course  either  ~by  Decree  or  by  Diploma.  Petitions  to  Parliament, 
and  other  documents  which  require  the  common  seal  of  the  University 
for  their  validity,  here  receive  the  sanction  of  the  academical  body. 
No  proposition,  however,  whether  general  or  special,  can  originate  in 
Convocation  itself,  either  as  a  substantive  measure,  or  as  an  amend- 
ment to  such  a  measure  :  nothing  is  brought  forward  here  but  what  has 
been  devised  and  approved  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council ;  and  Convo- 
cation has  only  to  accept  it  in  the  very  terms  in  which  it  is  proposed, 
or  to  reject  it  altogether. 

It  is  in  Convocation  also  that  nearly  all  elections  to  offices  in  the  gift 
of  the  University  take  place.  Elections  of  Burgesses  are  conducted 
according  to  the  provisions  of  Acts  of  Parliament;  of  which  one, 
passed  in  1853,  limits  the  time  for  polling  to  the  period  of  five  days  at 
the  most,  and  another,  in  1861  (amended  in  1868),  allows  members  of 
Convocation  to  vote  by  means  of  voting-papers  without  being  personally 
present  at  the  poll.  All  other  elections  in  Convocation,  as  of  Officers 
of  the  University,  Clerks  for  presentation  to  Benefices,  or  other  persons, 
are  made  by  means  of  voting-papers,  but  each  voter  must  deliver  his 
own  paper  at  the  table.  At  these  elections  the  Vice-Chancellor  presides, 
and  the  two  Proctors  are  scrutators.  First,  the  Act  31  Eliz.  c.  6,  and 
the  Statute  of  the  University  concerning  elections  are  first  read  ;  and 
then  the  voters  hand  in  their  papers.  When  the  poll  begins  to  slacken, 
three  proclamations  are  made  at  short  intervals ;  and  at  length,  when 
no  more  voters  come  forward,  the  votes  are  cast  up  by  the  Proctors, 
and  the  election  is  pronounced. 


6  UNIVEKSITY   OF   OXFORD. 

For  the  better  management  of  certain  matters,  chiefly  matters  of 
administration  or  detail,  Convocation  often  delegates  its  authority,  or 
some  limited  portion  of  it,  to  a  committee  chosen  from  itself ;  and  the 
persons  selected  for  such  committee  are  called  Delegates.  Thus  there 
are  standing  Delegacies  of  the  Press  and  of  Privileges ;  and  others  are 
appointed  occasionally  to  carry  up  addresses  to  the  Throne,  or  for  the 
transaction  of  business  away  from  Oxford.  These  Delegates  are  either 
elected  or  approved  by  Convocation,  or  are  at  least  nominated  by  the 
Proctors  in  Convocation.  But  of  late  years  Delegacies  have  been  con- 
stituted with  whose  election  or  approval  Convocation  has  nothing  to  do. 
There  is  a  Delegacy  of  the  Museum,  of  which  two-thirds  are  elected 
by  the  Congregation  of  the  University,  the  other  third  being  the  Vice- 
Chancellor  and  Proctors  ;  and  a  Delegacy  of  Local  Examinations,  of 
which  (besides  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  Proctors)  one-third  is  nomi- 
nated by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  from  itself,  one-third  by  the  Con- 
gregation of  the  University,  and  one-third  by  the  Vice- Chancellor  and 
Proctors  privately.  And  it  has  been  provided  by  statute,  that,  of 
extraordinary  Delegates  appointed  for  the  conduct  of  business  within 
the  precinct  of  the  University,  one-third  is  to  be  elected  by  the  Heb- 
domadal Council  from  its  own  body,  the  Council  itself  having  been 
elected  by  the  Congregation  of  the  University. 

The  constitution  of  the  University  as  settled  under  the  Act  of  1854 
has  not  been  affected  by  the  legislation  undertaken  by  the  Commis- 
sioners appointed  under  the  Universities  of  Oxford  and  Cambridge 
Act,  1877. 


OFFICEKS   OF   THE  UNIVEKSITY. 


THE  CHANCELLOR. 

The  CHANCELLOR  of  the  University  of  Oxford  is  elected  by  the 
Members  of  Convocation,  and  (unless  he  resigns  in  the  meantime) 
holds  the  office  until  death.  Anciently  this  office  was  holden  for  very 
short  periods,  seldom  for  more  than  four  years,  and  for  the  most  part 
by  some  resident  member  of  the  University,  until  the  Chancellorship 
of  John  Kussell,  Bishop  of  Lincoln,  who  was  elected  in  1483,  and  re- 
tained it  till  his  death  in  1494.  No  stipend  is  assigned  to  it :  on  the 
contrary,  the  custom  of  many  years  has  entailed  expenses  on  its  holder. 

Chancellors  from  the  year  1220  \ 

1220  Lewis  de  Chapirnay 

Edmund 

Robert  Grosthead,  or  Grossteste,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Lincoln 
1231  Ralph  [Cole  ?] 

Richard  Batchden  ? 
1233  Ralph  Cole 

1238  Simon  de  Bovill 

1239  John  de  Rygater 

1240  Richard  de  la  Wyke,  or  Wich,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Chichester 
Ralph  de  Heyham 

1241  The  same 

1244  Simon  de  Bovill,  again 
1246  Gilbert  de  Biham 

1252  Ralph  de  Sempyngham 

1253  The  same.    This  time  spelt  Sempringham 

1255  William  de  Lodelawhe 

1256  Richard  de  S.  Agatha 

1262  Thomas  de  Cantilupe,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Hereford 

1264  ?  Henry  de  Cicestre 

1267-8  Nicholas  de  Ewelme 

1269  Thomas  Bek 

1273  William  de  Bosco 

1276  Eustace  de  Iformanville 

1280  John  de  Pontissara,  Bishop  of  Winchester 

1280-1  Henry  de  Stanton 

1282  William  de  Montfort 

1283  Roger  de  Rowell,  or  Rodewell 

1284  William  Pikerell 
1285-7  Hervey  de  Saham 

1288  Robert  de  Winchelsey,  afterwards  Archbishop  of  Canterbury 

1289  William  de  Kingescote 

1290  JohndeLudlow 

John  of  Monmouth,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Llandaff 
IzQ  ™mon  de  Gaunt,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Salisbury  and  a  Cardinal 
1292  The  same 

1292  Henry  Swayne? 

1293  Roger  de  Martival,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Salisbury 

1294  Peter  de  Medburn 
Roger  de  Weseham 


1  £evv?ral  ^rme!  here  given  rest  uP°n  very  doubtful  evidence.  The  lists  compiled 
Dy  Le  Neve,  Wood,  and  others  from  various  sources  have  in  the  main  been  followed  • 
they  are  useful,  but  must  not  be  relied  upon  entirely.  Grimbald,  Beategravius,  Eobert 
Canutus,  Eobert  Pulleyne,  and  Alard,  are  mentioned  as  having  held  the  office  of  Chan- 

illor  previous  to  the  year  1220,  but  there  is  no  sufficient  authority  for  the  statement 


8  OFFICERS   OF  THE  UNIVERSITY. 

1297  Richard  de  Clyve,  sometime  of  Merton 
1300-3  James  de  Cobeham 
1304-5  Simon  de  Faversham 
13C6  Walter  [Giffard] 

1308  William  de  Bosco  _  „        _-,    . 

1309  Henry  de  Maunnesfeld  or  Mammesfeld,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 
1311  Walter  Gifiard 

1311  Henry  de  Maunsfeld,  again 

1313-5  Henry  de  Harcla,  Hercley,  or  Hertley 

1316  Richard  de  Nottingham  ? 

1317-21  John  Lutterell ;  he  resigned  in  1322 

1322-3  Henry  Gower,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton,  afterwards  Bishop  of  S.  David  a 

1324-5  William  de  Alburwyke,  Merton,  Principal  of  Broadgates  Hall 

1326-7  Thomas  Hotham 

1328  Ralph  of  Shrewsbury 

1329  Roger  de  Streton 

1330  Neale  de  Wavre,  or  Wavery,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 
1332-3  Ralph  Radyn 

1334  Hugh  de  Willouehby 

1335  Robert  de  Stratford,  Merton 

1336-8  The  same,  now  Bishop  of  Chichester  and  Lord  High  Chancellor 
1338  Robert  Paynink  ? 

John  Leech 

1339-40  William  de  Skelton,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 
1341  Walter  de  Scauren,  10  June  on  the  cession  of  William  de  Skelton 
1341-4  William  de  Bergeveney 
1345-8  John  de  Northwode 
1349  John  Wylyot,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton ;  he  intruded  himself  into  the 

office  of  Chancellor,  contrary  to  the  Statutes  of  the  University 
1350-1  William  de  Palmorna,  sometime  Fellow  and  Rector  of  Exeter 
1354-6  Humphrey  de  Cherlton 

1357  Lewis  Charlton  appears  to  have  held  the  office  in  this  year? 
John  de  Hotham,  Provost  of  Queen's 

1358  John  Renham,  or  Reigham 

1359  John  de  Hotham,  Provost  of  Queen's,  again 

1360  Richard  Fitz  Ralph  ? 

Nicholas  de  Aston,  sometime  of  Queen's 
1363  John  de  Renham,  resigned 

John  de  Echingham,  or  Hethingham,  elected  on  the  cession  of  John  de 
Renham ;  confirmed  by  the  Bishop  of  Lincoln  xvi.  Kalends  July  [May  17] 
1366  Adam  de  Towworth,  or  Tone  worth 
1367-9  William  Courtney,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Hereford,  then  of  London,  and  at 

length  Archbishop  of  Canterbury  and  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  England 
1369  Adam  de  Towworth,  or  Toneworth,  again 

1371  William  de  Heighterbury,  or  Heytisbury,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 

1372  William  de  Remmyngton 

1373-5  William  de  Wylton,  sometime  Fellow  of  Balliol,  afterwards  of  University 
and  Queen's 

1376  John  Turke,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 

1377  Adam  de  Toneworth,  again 
1379  Robert  Aylesham,  Merton 

William  Berton,  sometime  of  Merton 

1381  Robert  Rygge,  or  Rugge,  Exeter,  afterwards  Fellow  of  Merton 

1382  William  Berton,  again 
Robert  Rygge,  again 

Nicholas  Hereford,  sometime  Fellow  of  Queen's 
William  Rugge  ? 

1383  Robert  Rygge,  again ;  he  held  the  office  until  May,  1388 

1388  Thomas  Brightwell,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 

1389  The  same 

1390  Thomas  Craule,  Cranley,  or  Canleigh,  Merton,  Warden  of  New  College, 

afterwards  Archbishop  of  Dublin 

1391  Robert  Rygge,  again 

1392  Ralph  Ruderyth,  Rudruth,  or  Ruderhith,  sometime  of  Oriel,  afterwards  of 

Exeter ;  held  the  office  Oct.  4. 


CHANCELLORS.  9 

1393  Thomas  Presbnry 

1394  Robert  Arlyngton,  held  the  office  Oct.  11,  sometime  of  Queen  8 

1395  Thomas  Hyndman,  or  Hendeman,  sometime  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1396  The  same 

1397  Philip  Repyngdon,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Lincoln 

Henry  Beaufort,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Lincoln,  Lord  High  Chancellor  of 
England,  Bishop  of  Winchester,  and  Cardinal ;  held  the  office  Dec.  6, 1397 

1399  Thomas  Hyndeman,  again 

1400  Philip  Repyngdon,  again 

1401  The  same 

1402  The  same 

1403-6  Robert  Alum,  or  Halam 

1407  Richard  Courteney ;  held  the  office  Anril  22 
Richard  Ullerston,  sometime  of  Queen's 

1408  William  Clynt,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1409  Thomas  Presbury,  again 

1410  William  Sulbnrge 

1411  Richard  Courtney,  again 

1411  JohnBanard 
Richard  Courtney,  again 

1412  William  Sulburge,  again 
Richard  Courtney,  again 

1413  William  Sulburge,  again 

William  Barrow,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Bangor,  and  at  length  Bishop  of  Carlisle 

1414  The  same? 
Richard  Snetisham  ? 

1415  William  Barrow,  again 

1416  Thomas  Clare 
William  Barrow,  again  ? 

1417  The  same 
Thomas  Clare,  again 

1418  The  same 

Walter  Treugof,  or  Trengof,  sometime  .of  Exeter 

1419  Robert  Colman 
Walter  Treugof,  again 

1420  Thomas  Rodborne,  sometime  of  Merton 
Walter  Treugof,  again 

1421  John  CMtell,  Master  of  University  College 
1422-5  The  same 

1426-30  Thomas  Chase,  sometime  Master  of  Balliol;  afterwards  Chancellor  of 
Ireland 

1431-3  Gilbert  Kymer,  Principal  of  Hart  Hall 

1433-7  Thomas  Bouchier,  Bishop  of  Worcester,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Ely,  Arch- 
bishop of  Canterbury,  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  England,  and  at  length 
Cardinal 

1437-8  John  Carpenter,  Provost  of  Oriel,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Worcester 

1438  Richard  Praty? 

1439  John  Norton,  sometime  Fellow  of  New  College 

1440  Richard  Roterham,  or  Roderham,  Balliol 

William  Grey,  Balliol,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Ely  and  Lord  High  Treasurer 

of  England 
1441-2  The  same 

1442  Thomas  Gascoigne,  Oriel 

Henry  Sever,  Merton ;  he  resigned  in  Feb.,  1443 

1443  Thomas  Gascoigne ;  he  held  the  .office  Oct.  4, 1444 ;  resigned  about  Christmas, 

1445 

1445  Robert  Thwaits,  Balliol ;  succeeded  about  Christmas ;  he  resigned  in  the 

latter  end  of  Jan.,  1446 

1446  Gilbert  Kymer  was  elected  again  ;  he  resigned  the  Chancellorship  May  11, 

1453 

1453  George  Nevill,  Balliol,  was  sworn  and  admitted  June  9 ;  he  resigned  the 
Chancellorship  July  6, 1457,  having  in  the  meantime  been  elected  Bishop 
of  Exeter 

Thomas  Chaundeler,  Warden  of  New  Coll.,  was  elected  July  6 ;  he  resigned 
May  15, 1461 


10  OFFICERS  OF   THE  UNIVERSITY. 

1461  George  Nevill,  now  Bishop  of  Exeter,  Lord  Chancellor  of  England,  succeeded 

May  15  ;  he  resigned  the  Chancellorship  in  1472,  having  in  the  meantime 

been  created  Archbishop  of  York 
1472-9  Thomas  Chaundeler,  Warden  of  New  Coll.,  again  ;  succeeded  in  the  be- 

ginning of  June  ;  he  resigned  in  1479 
1479  Lionel  Widevill,  or  Woodvill,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Salisbury  ;  he  resigned 

in  1483 

1483  William  Dudley,  Bishop  of  Durham  ;  he  died  the  same  year 
1483  John  Russell,  Bishop  ot  Lincoln,  sometime  Fellow  of  New  College 
1494  John  Morton,  Cardinal,  and  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  Lord  High  Chan- 

cellor of  England,  sometime  of  Balliol 
1500  William  Smyth,  Bishop  of  Lincoln,  sometime  perhaps  of  Lincoln  College, 

resigned  in  1502 
1502  Richard  Mayew,  or  Mayhew,  President  of  Magdalen  and  Archdeacon  of 

Oxford  ;  Bishop  of  Hereford  ;  resigned  1506 
1506  William  Warham,  or  Wareham,  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  sometime  Fellow 

of  New  College 
1532  John  Longland,  Bishop  of  Lincoln,  sometime  Fellow  of  Magdalen  and  Prin- 

cipal of  Magdalen  Hall 

1547  Richard  Coxe,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.  ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Ely  ;  resigned  1552 
1552  Sir  John  Mason,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  Dean  of  Winchester  ;  re- 

signed 1556 
1556  Reginald  Pole,  Cardinal,  and  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  sometime  of  Mag- 

dalen College,  afterwards  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1558  Henry  Fitz-Alan,  Earl  of  Arundel,  High  Steward;  resigned  1559 

1559  Sir  John  Mason,  re-elected  ;  resigned  1564 
1564  Robert  Dudley,  Earl  of  Leicester,  M.A. 

1585  Sir  Thomas  Bromley,  Deputy  Chancellor  during  the  Earl  of  Leicester's 

absence  in  Holland 
1588  Sir  Christopher  Hatton,  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  England,  sometime  of 

St.  Mary  Hall 
1591  Thomas  Sackville,  Lord  Buckhurst,  afterwards  Earl  of  Dorset,  sometime  (it 

is  believed)  of  Hert  Hall 

1608  Richard  Bancroft,  Archbishop  of  Canterbury 
1610  Thomas  Egerton,  Lord  Ellesmere,  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  England,  after- 

wards Earl  of  Bridgewater,  resigned  1616 
1616  William  Herbert,  Earl  of  Pembroke 
1630  William  Laud,  sometime  President  of  St.  John's,  now  Bishop  of  London, 

afterwards  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  resigned  1641 
1641  Philip  Herbert,  Earl  of  Pembroke,  High  Steward 

3  William  Seymour,  Marquis  of  Hertford,  sometime  of  Magdalen  College 
1648  Philip  Herbert,  Earl  of  Pembroke,  restored  ;  died  Jan.  23,  1649 

Void  till  January  1650 
1650-1  Oliver  Cromwell 
1657  Richard  Cromwell 

X  ^°™m  S^™°ur>  Marquis  of  Hertford,  and  Duke  of  Somerset,  restored 
1660  Sir  Edward  Hyde,  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  England,  afterwards  Earl  of 

Clarendon,  sometime  of  Magdalen  Hall 
Ibb7  trilbert  Sheldon,  D.D.,  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  sometime  Warden  of  All 

Souls,  but  never  sworn  or  installed 
s9  James  Butler,  first  Duke  of  Ormonde,  D.C  L 

1688  James  Butler,  second  Duke  of  Ormonde,  D.C.L.,  of  Ch.  Ch.  ;  resigned  1715 
1715  Charles  Butler,  Earl  of  Arran,  D.C.L. 
J?S  £°hn  Fa£e'  Earl  of  Westmoreland,  D.C.L.,  High  Steward 
1762  George^Henry  Lee,  Earl  of  Lichfield,  D.C.L.,  of  St.  John's  College,  High 

1772  Fr|^]riocfk(|^rth,dLord  North,  M.A.,  of  Trinity  College,  D.C.L.,  afterwards 

SS  w-£am  HW  Cavendish  Bentinck,  Duke  of  Portland,  D.C.L. 

Ch^Ch    Sc  Lam  Grenville>  Lord  Grenville,  B.A.,  sometime  Student  of 


*  Wellesiey.  Duke  of  Wellington,  D.C.L. 
idward  Geoffrey  Smith  Stanley,  Earl  of  Derby,  of  Ch.  Ch    D  C  L 


HIGH   STEWARDS.  11 


HIGH  STEWAKD. 

The  Seneschallus,  or  HIGH  STEWAED,  is  appointed  by  the  Chan- 
cellor, and  approved  by  Convocation.  His  special  duty  is  to  hear  and 
determine  criminal  causes  of  the  gravest  kind,  such  as  treason  and 
felony,  at  the  mandate  of  the  Chancellor,  and  according  to  the  laws  of 
the  land  and  the  privileges  of  the  University,  whenever  the  prisoner  is 
a  scholar  or  privileged  person  resident  within  the  precinct  of  the  Uni- 
versity. The  office  is  holden  for  life.  There  is  also  a  Deputy  Steward, 
appointed  in  like  manner.  The  ancient  stipend  of  the  High  Steward 
is  £5  a-year ;  the  Deputy  Steward  has  £2. 

The  privilege  of  having  such  criminal  causes  tried  by  an  Officer  of 
the  University  was  first  granted  by  Henry  IV  in  1406 ;  and,  although  the 
language  of  his  charter  is  quite  consistent  with  the  supposition  that  the 
office  of  High  Steward  was  in  existence  previously,  there  is  no  record 
to  shew  that  it  really  did  exist  before  that  time.  Indeed  the  Registers 
of  the  University  supply  no  name  of  any  High  Steward  for  nearly  fifty 
years  afterwards ;  and  the  years  in  which  five  of  the  persons  in  the 
following  list  entered  upon  the  office  are  not  ascertained. 

High  Stewards. 

1453  John  Norrys,  Esquire  of  the  Body  to  King  Henry  YI. 
1466  Sir  Robert  Harcourt 
1472?  John  de  la  Pole,  Duke  of  Suffolk 
1485?  Jasper  Tudor,  Duke  of  Bedford 
1492?  Sir  William  Stonar 
1494  Sir  Reginald  Bray 
1509?  Sir  Thomas  Lovell 

1524  Sir  Thomas  More,  sometime  of  St.  Mary  Hall ;  afterwards  Lord  High  Chan- 
cellor of  England 

1532?  Sir  William  Fitzwilliam ;  afterwards  Earl  of  Southampton 
1542  John  Russell,  Lord  Russell ;  afterwards  Earl  of  Bedford 
1555  Henry  Fitz-Alan,  Earl  of  Arundel 
1559  John  de  Lumley,  Lord  Lumley 
1609  Henry  Howard,  Earl  of  Northampton 
1615  Philip  Herbert,  Earl  of  Montgomery,  sometime  of  New  College ;  afterwards 

Earl  of  Pembroke  also 

1641  William  Fienes,  Viscount  Say  and  Sele,  sometime  of  New  College 
1643  George  Digby,  Lord  Digby,  eldest  son  of  John,  Earl  of  Bristol,  M.A.,  of 

Magdalen  College 

1646  William  Fienes,  Viscount  Say  and  Sele,  restored  by  the  Parliament 
1660  George  Digby,  now  Earl  of  Bristol,  restored  by  the  King's  Commissioners 
1663  John  Egerton,  Earl  of  Bridgewater 
1686  Henry  Hyde,  Earl  of  Clarendon,  M.A. 
1709  Lawrence  Hyde,  Earl  of  Rochester,  D.C.L. 

1711  Henry  Hyde,  Earl  of  Rochester ;  afterwards  Earl  of  Clarendon  also 
1754  John  Fane,  Earl  of  Westmoreland,  D.C.L. ;  afterwards  Chancellor 
1760  George  Henry  Lee,  Earl  of  Lichfield,  D.C.L.,  of  St.  John's ;  afterwards 

Chancellor 
1762  Hamilton  Boyle,  Earl  of  Cork  and  Orrery,  B.C.L.,  sometime  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch.,  D.C.L. 

1767  Edward  Leigh,  Lord  Leigh,  M.A.,  of  Oriel,  D.C.L. 
1786  William  Legge,  Earl  of  Dartmouth,  D.C.L.,  of  Trinity  College 
1801  John  Scott,  Lord  Eldon,  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  England,  M.A.,  sometime 

Fellow  of  University;  D.C.L.;  afterwards  Earl  of  Eldon 
1838  William  Courtenay,  Earl  of  Devon,  D.C.L.  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1859  HENRY  HOWARD   MOLYNEUX  HERBERT,  EARL  OF  CARNARVON,  B.A.,  of 

Ch.Ch.;  D.C.L. 


12  OFFICERS   OF   THE  UNIVERSITY. 


VICE-CHANCELLOB. 

THE  Chancellors  from  the  earliest  times,  even  when  they  were  still 
resident  in  the  University,  were  assisted  in  the  administration  of  justice 
and  in  the  discharge  of  other  business  hy  Deputies,  whose  number 
varied,  and  who  perhaps  were  often  appointed  for  special  purposes 
rather  than  for  definite  periods  of  time.  These  Officers  were  for  the 
most  part  called  Commissaries  ;  till  in  the  middle  of  the  sixteenth 
century  the  title  Pro-Chancellor  or  Vice-Chancellor  began  to  be  em- 
ployed, the  latter  of  which,  from  the  year  1574,  has  quite  superseded 
the  ancient  name.  The  Commissaries  appear  to  have  been  always 
nominated  by  the  Chancellors,  except  for  the  few  years  during  which 
the  Edwardine  Statutes,  given  by  the  King's  Visitors  in  1549,  were  in 
full  force.  In  1568  the  Earl  of  Leicester  set  aside  the  right  of  free 
election,  which  those  statutes  had  vested  in  the  House  of  Congregation, 
and  resumed  the  ancient  practice.  The  office  seems  to  have  become 
annual  in  the  earlier  part  of  the  sixteenth  century. 

Under  the  Laudian  Statutes  the  VICE-CHANCELLOB  is  annually 
nominated  by  the  Chancellor  from  the  Heads  of  Colleges.  The  Letters 
of  nomination  are  read  in  Convocation,  shortly  before  the  beginning  of 
Michaelmas  Term,  by  the  Senior  Proctor,  and  the  new  Vice-Chancellor 
then  immediately  makes  the  requisite  declarations,  and  enters  upon 
his  office.  The  Vice-Chancellor  appoints  four  deputies,  or  Pro- 
Vice-Chancellors,  from  the  Heads  of  Colleges,  who  are  to  exercise  his 
power  in  case  of  his  illness  or  necessary  absence  from  the  University. 
The  office  of  late  has  been  generally  holden  for  four  years. 

A  small  portion  of  the  annual  benefaction  of  ,£200,  bequeathed  to 
the  University  by  Nathaniel  Lord  Crewe,  Bishop  of  Durham,  who 
died  in  1721,  and  also  a  small  benefaction  from  Sir  Henry  Savile, 
was  assigned  to  the  Vice-Chancellor  ;  and  a  bequest  of  John  Wills,  D.D., 
Warden  of  Wadham  College,  who  died  in  1806,  produced  the  sum  of 
£6400  in  £3  per  cent.  Consolidated  Annuities  for  the  endowment  of 
the  office.  Under  a  Statute,  which  was  passed  in  1855,  the  annual 
income  is  made  up  to  £600  from  the  University  Chest. 

Vice- Chancellors  from  the  year  1230. 
1230  Elyas  de  Daneis 
1270  Robert  Steeton  ? 
1288  John  Heigham 
1304  Johivde  Osewoi 
1311  Walter  Giftbrd 

1325  Richard  Kamshale,  Merton,  sometime  of  Balliol 
333  Richard  filius  Radulphi,  or  Fitzrauf 

1336  John  de  Ayllesbury,  sometime  of  Merton 

1337  John  de  Reigham 

1347  ?  Hugh  de  Willotighby 

1348  William  de  Hawksworth,  Provost  of  Oriel 

1367  John  de  Codeford 

1368  The  same 

1377  Robert  Aylesham,  Merton 

1382  Fr.  Peter  Stokes 

1386  Henry  Nafford,  or  Yafford 

1389  ?  John  Lyndon,  Fellow  of  Merton 


VICE-CHANCELLORS.  13 

1391  John  Ashwardby,  Oriel 

1394  Eichard  Ullerston,  sometime  of  Queen  s 

1396  Nicolas  Faux  . 

1397  William  Farendon,  or  Farmgdon,  sometime  of  Merton  t 
1399  John  Snappe  and  others 

1401  William  Farendon,  again 

1404  Griffin  Kirkadam 

1405  William  Farendon,  again 

1406  John  Whytehede,  University 

1407  John  Orum,  University 
1422  John  Daventry,  University 
1426  Richard  Roderham,  Balliol 

1430  Thomas  Eglesfield,  Queen's 

1431  Richard  Roderham,  again 

1433  John  Burbach  or  Hurbach,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1434  Thomas  Gascoigne,  Oriel 
Christopher  Knolles 
John  Burbach,  again 

1435  The  same 

Thomas  Bonyngworth 

1436  John  Burbach,  again 
Thomas  Greneley,  Oriel 

1437  John  Gorsuch,  Lincoln 
Thomas  Greneley,  again 

1438  John  Gorsuch,  again 

William  Hawtrine,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1439  John  Gorsuch,  again 
John  Burbach,  again 
Thomas  Southam  ? 
Thomas  Gascoigne,  again? 

1440  John  Gorsuch,  again 

1441  The  same 

Robert  Thwaytes,  Balliol 
William  Babington 

1442  William  Grey 
William  Babington,  again 
John  Gorsuch,  again 
William  Westkarre 

1443  William  Dowson,  sometime  Principal  of  Little  University  Hall 
William  Westkarre,  again 

1444  William  Dowson,  again,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton,  afterwards  Fellow  of 

University 
Richard  Hall 
William  Westkarre,  again 

1445  William  Dowson,  again 
John  Selot,  New  College 

1446  William  Westkarre,  D.D.,  again 
John  Moreton,  LL.D.,  Balliol 
William  Dowson,  D.D.,  again 

1447  John  Burneby,  D.D.,  Durham  College  [Trinity] 
William  Dowson,  D.D.,  again 

1448  John  Burneby,  D.D.,  again 

1449  John  Willey,  University 
John  Burneby,  D.D.,  again 
William  Dowson,  D.D.,  again 

1450  Richard  Ringstede,  D.D.,  Gloucester  College 
John  Beke,  D.D.,  Lincoln 

Roger  Bulkeley,  D.D. 
John  Van 

1451  John  Beke,  D.D.,  again 
John  Van,  again 

1452  John  Beke,  D.D.,  again 

Thomas  Yweyn,  alias  Chalke,  Fellow  of  New  College 
Thomas  Saunders 
453  LukeLacock 


14:  OFFICEKS   OF  THE  UNIVEKSITY. 

1453  Robert  Thwayts,  D.D. 
Thomas  Saunders,  again 

1454  Thomas  Tweyn,  or  Yweyn,  alias  Chalke,  again 
Thomas  Saunders,  again 

1455  Thomas  Twynge,  alias  Bonifaunt,  D.D.,  Queen's 

1456  Thomas  Saunders,  again 

1457  Thomas  Chippenham,  LL.D. 

1458  Walter  Wynhale,  D.D. 

Thomas  Twynge,  alias  Bonifaunt,  D.D.,  again 

1459  John  Danvers 

Thomas  Jaune,  or  Jane,  New  College 

1460  Thomas  Tweyn,  alias  Chalke,  again 

1461  William  Ive,  D.D.,  Magdalen 

Roger  Bulkeley,  D.D.,  Magdalen,  again 

1462  William  Ive,  D.D.,  Magdalen,  again 

1463  John  Watts,  D.D. 
Thomas  Chaundeler,  D.D. 
David  Husband,  LL.D. 

John  Mulcaster,  D.D.,  University,  sometime  of  Queen's 

1464  Laurence  Cokkys,  New  College 
Thomas  Chaundeler,  D.D.,  again 
Eoger  Bulkeley,  D.D.,  again 
John  Caldbeck,  D.D.,  Queen's 
Thomas  Person 

1465  Thomas  Smith,  D.D.,  Magdalen 
Robert  Ixworth,  Gloucester  College 
John  Caldbeck,  D.D.,  Queen's,  again 
Thomas  Chaundeler,  D.D.,  again 

1466  The  same 

John  Caldbeck,  D.D.,  Queen's,  again 
Thomas  Stevyn,  D.D.,  Exeter 
Laurence  Cokkys,  again 
Thomas  Hill,  D.D.,  New  College 

1467  Thomas  Chaundeler,  D.D.,  again 
Thomas  Stevyn,  D.D.,  Exeter,  again 
Thomas  Walton,  LL.D. 

1468  Thomas  Stevyn,  D.D.,  again 
Thomas  Jaune,  LL.D.,  again 

1469  Eobert  Tulley,  D.D.,  Bishop  of  St.  David's 

Thomas  Jaune,  LL.D.,  again  ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Norwich 

1470  Thomas  Stephyn,  D.D.,  again ;  he  held  the  office  ten  years 

1480  John  Lane,  D.D. 

William  Sutton,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose  Hall 

1481  Richard  Fitzjames,  D.D.,  Merton,  afterwards  Warden 
William  Sutton,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose  Hall,  again 

1482  Robert  Wrangwais,  Queen's 

William  Sutton,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose  Hall,  again 

1484  Richard  Mayew,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Hereford 
Thomas  Pawnton,  D.D.,  sometime  of  Lincoln 

1485  Richard  Mayew,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen,  again 

1486  John  Taylor,  alias  Taylour,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Oriel 

1487  Richard  Estmond 

1488  John  Coldale,  D.D. 

1489  The  same 

1490  The  same 

1491  Richard  Fitzjames,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Merton,  again :  and  afterwards  suc- 

cessively Bishop  of  Rochester,  Chichester  and  London 
John  Coldale,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Queen's,  again 

1492  The  same 

1493-6  Robert  Smith,  D.D.,  Lincoln 

1497  William  Atwater,  D.D.,  Magdalen,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Lincoln 

1498  Thomas  Harpur,  D.D.,  Merton,  afterwards  Warden 

1499  David  Hays,  D.D. 

William  Atwater,  D.D.,  Magdalen,  again 

Thomas  Chaundeler,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Canterbury  College,  again  ? 


VICE-CHANCELLORS.  15 

1500  William  Atwater,  D.D.,  Magdalen,  again 

1501  Thomas  Banke,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln 

Hugh  Saunders,  alias  Shakspeere,  D.D.,  Principal  of  S.  Alban  Hall,  Fellow 
of  Merton 

1502  William  Atwater,  D.D.,  Magdalen,  again 
Thomas  Banke,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln,  again 
Hugh  Saunders,  alias  Shakspeere,  D.D.,  again 

1503  John  Thornden,  or  Thornton,  D.D. 
John  Kynton,  D.D. 

Simon  Grene,  alias  Fotherby,  D.D.,  Lincoln 

1504  John  Kynton,  D.D.,  again 

Robert  Tehy,  or  Thav,  D.D.,  Magdalen 

1505  Simon  Grene,  D.D.,  Lincoln,  again 
John  Roper,  D.D.,  sometime  of  Magdalen 
John  Adams,  D.D.,  Merton 

1506  John  Thornden,  D.D.,  again 

William  Fauntleroy,  D.D.,  sometime  of  New  College 

1507  John  Thornden,  or  Thornton,  D.D.,  again 
John  Avery,  D.D.,  Linc9ln 

John  Kynton,  D.D.,  again 

1508  William  Fauntleroy,  D.D.,  again 
John  Thornden,  D.D.,  again 

1509  William  Fauntleroy,  D.D.,  again 

1510  John  Thornden,  D.D.,  again 
John  Mychell,  D.D.,  Exeter 

1511  William  Fauntleroy,  D.D.,  again 
Thomas  Drax,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln 
John  Roper,  D.D.,  again 

John  Cockys,  LL.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls 
Edmund  Wylsford,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Oriel 

1512  Edmund  Wylsford,  D.D.,  again 
William  Fauntleroy,  D.D.,  again 
John  Kynton,  D.D.,  again 

1513  William  Fauntleroy,  D.D.,  again 
John  Kynton,  D.D.,  again 
John  Thornden,  D.D.,  again 

1514  John  Thornden,  D.D.,  again 

Lawrence  Stubbs,  D.D.,  Magdalen,  afterwards  President 
Edmund  Wylsford,  D.D.,  again 
Hugh  Whytehead,  D.D. 

1515  Edmund  Wylsford,  D.D.,  again 

1516  Lawrence  Stubbs,  D.D.,  Magdalen,  again 

1517  Richard  Duck,  or  Doke,  Exeter 

1518  The  same 

1519  Ralph  Barnack,  D.D.,  sometime  of  New  College 
Richard  Duck,  or  Doke,  again 

1520  William  Broke,  or  Brook,  Warden  of  All  Souls 
Richard  Benger,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1521  Richard  Benger,  again 

1522  Thelame 

1523-6  Thomas  Musgrave,  M.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 

1527  Martin  Lyndsey,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;  officiated  until  Michaelmas  Term 

John  Cottisford,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln  College  ;  sworn  Dec.  7 
1528-30  The  same 

1531  Hemy  White,  LL.D.,  styled  Commissary  June  5 

1532  John  Cottisford,  D.D.,  again,  for  the  former  part  of  the  year 

William  Tresham,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton ;  he  held  the  office 

15  years 
1547-9  Walter  Wright,  LL.D. 

1550  William  Tresham,  D.D.,  Merton,  again,  vice  Walter  Wright  resigned 

1551  Owen  Oglethorpe,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen 

1552  James  Brokes,  altos  Brooks,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Corpus,  Master  of 

Balliol,  for  the  former  part  of  the  year 
Richard  Martiall,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch.,  for  the  other  part 

1553  The  same,  now  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 


16  OFFICEES   OF   THE  UNIVERSITY. 

1554  John  Warner,  M.D.,  "Warden  of  All  Souls 

1555  Eichard  Smyth,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1556  William  Tresham,  D.D.,  again 

Thomas  Eaynolds,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Merton 

1557  Thomas  Eaynolds,  D.D.,  again 

Thomas  Whyte,  LL.D,  Warden  of  New  College 

1558  William  Tresham,  D.D.,  again 

1559  John  Warner,  M.D.,  Warden  of  All  Souls,  again 

1560  Francis  Babington,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol,  afterwards  Eector  of  Lincoln 

1561  The  game  ;  he  resigned  Michaelmas  Term,  1562 

1562  Thomas  Whyte,  LL.D.,  Warden  of  New  College,  again,  vice  Francis  Bab- 

ington resigned 
The  same 

1564-6  John  Kennall,  LL.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1567-9  Thomas  Cowper,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.,  sometime  of  Magdalen 

1570  The  same.    He  became  Bishop  of  Lincoln  towards  the  end  of  this  year,  and 

in  1583-4  was  translated  to  Winchester 

1571  Lawrence  Humphrey,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen 

1576  Herbert  Westphaling,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1577  William  Cole,  D.D.,  President  of  Corpus 

1578  Martyn  Colepeper,  or  Culpepper,  D.M.,  Warden  of  New  College 

1579  Toby  Mathew,  D.D.,  sometime  President  of  St.  John's,  now  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. ; 

afterwards  Bishop  of  Durham,  and  Archbishop  of  York 

1580  Arthur  Yeldard,  D.D.,  President  of  Trinity 

1581  William  James,  D.D.,  Master  of  University,  afterwards  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch., 

and  Bishop  of  Durham 

1582  Eobert  Hoveden,  D.D.,  Warden  of  All  Souls 

1583  Thomas  Thornton,  B.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1584  John  Underbill,  D.D.,  Eector  of  Lincoln,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Oxford 

1585  Edmund  Lilly,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 

1586  Daniel  Bernard,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1587  Francis  Wyllis,  M.A.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1588  Martin  Heton,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Ely 

1589  Nicholas  Bond,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen 

1590  William  James,  D.D.,  again,  now  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1592  Nicholas  Bond,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen,  again 

1593  Edmund  Lilly,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol,  again 
1596  Thomes  Eavys,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1598  Thomas  Singleton,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose 

1599  Thomas  Thornton,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.,  again 

1600  George  Abbot,  D.D.,  Master  of  University 

1601  George  Eyves,  D.D.,  Warden  of  New  College 

1602  John  Howson,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Oxford,  and 

Durham 

1603  George  Abbot,  D.D.,  Master  of  University,  again 

1604  John  Williams,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Jesus 

1605  George  Abbot,  D.D.,  Master  of  University,  again ;  afterwards  successively 

Bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  London,  and  Archbishop  of  Canterbury 

1606  Henry  Airay,  or  Ayray,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's 

1607  John  King,  DJ).,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1611  Thomas  Singleton,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose,  again 
1614  William  Goodwyn,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1616  Arthur  Lake,  D.D.,  Warden  of  New  College,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Bath  and 

Wells 

1617  William  Goodwyn,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.,  again 
1619  John  Prideaux,  D.D.,  Eector  of  Exeter 

1621  William  Piers,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Peterborough, 
and  Bath  and  Wells 

1624  John  Prideaux,  D.D.,  Eector  of  Exeter,  again 

1626  William  Juxon,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Here- 
ford, then  of  London,  and  at  length  Archbishop  of  Canterbury 

1628  Accepted  Frewen,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen 

1630  William  Smyth,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Wadham 

1632  Brian  Duppa,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.,  afterwards  successively  Bishop  of 
Chichester,  Salisbury,  and  Winchester 


VICE-CHANCELLORS.  17 

1634  Robert  Pincke,  D.D.,  Warden  of  New  College 

1636  Richard  Baylie,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1638  Accepted  Frewen,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen,  again  ;  afterwards  Bishop 
of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  and  Archbishop  of  York 

1640  Christopher  Potter,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's 

1641  John  Prideaux,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter,  again 

1642  Dr.  Prideaux,  now  Bishop  of  Worcester,  having  quitted  Oxford  without 

formally  resigning  his  office,  its  duties  were  discharged  first  by  Dr. 
Pincke,  afterwards  by  Dr.Tolson,  Provost  of  Oriel,  as  Pro- Vice-Chancellors 

1643  Feb.  7.   John  Tolson,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Oriel 

Nov.  18.  Robert  Pincke,  D.D.,  Warden  of  New  College,  again 

1645  Samuel  Fell,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1648  Edward  Reynolds,  M.A.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.,  afterwards  Warden  of  Merton, 

and  at  length  Bishop  of  Norwich 
1650  Daniel  Greenwood,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose 
1652  John  Owen,  M.A.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 
•1657  John  Conant,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter 

1660  Paul  Hood,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln 

1661  Richard  Baylie,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's,  again 

1662  Walter  Blandford,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Wadham 
1664  Robert  Say,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Oriel 

1666  John  Fell,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Oxford 

1669  Peter  Mews,  D.C.L.,  President  of  St.  John's,  afterwards  Bishop  of  Bath  and 

Wells,  and  Winchester  - 
1673  Ralph  Bathurst,  D.M.,  President  of  Trinity 

1676  Henry  Clerk,  D.M.,  President  of  Magdalen 

1677  John  Nicholas,  D.D..  Warden  of  New  College 
1679  Timothy  Halton,  D.B.,  Provost  of  Queen's 
1682  John  Lloyd,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Jesus 

1685  Timothy  Halton,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's,  again 

1686  John  Venn,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 

1687  Gilbert  Ironside,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Wadham 
1689  Jonathan  Edwards,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Jesus 
1692  Henry  Aldrich,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1695  Fitzherbert  Adams,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln 

1697  John  Meare,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose 

1698  William  Paynter,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter 
1700  Roger  Mander,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 

1702  William  Delaune,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1706  William  Lancaster,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's 

1710  Thomas  Brathwaite,  D.C.L.,  Warden  of  New  College 

1712  Bernard  Gardiner,  D.C.L.,  Warden  of  All  Souls,  admitted  April  1,  Dr. 

Braithwaite  having  been  elected  Warden  of  Winchester  College 

1715  John  Baron,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 

1718  Robert  Shippen,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose 

1723  John  Mather,  D.D.,  President  of  Corpus 

1728  Edward  Butler,  D.C.L.,  President  of  Magdalen 

1732  William  Holmes,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1735  Stephen  Niblett,  D.D.,  Warden  of  All  Souls 

1738  Theophilus  Leigh,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 

1741  Walter  Hodges,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Oriel 

1744  Euseby  Isham,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln 

1747  John  Purnell,  D.D.,  Warden  of  New  College 

1750  John  Browne,  D.D.,  Master  of  University 

1753  George  Huddesford,  D.D.,  President  of  trinity 

1756  Thomas  Randolph,  D.D.,  President  of  Corpus 

1759  Joseph  Browne,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's 

1765  David  Durell,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Hertford 

1768  Nathan  Wetherell,  D.D.,  Master  of  University 

1772  Thomas  Fothergill,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's 

1776  George  Home,  D.D.,  President  of  Magdalen 

1780  Samuel  Dennis,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1784  Joseph  Chapman,  D.I).,  President  of  Trinity 

1788  John  Cooke,  D.D.,  President  of  Corpus 

1792  John  Wills,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Wadham 


18  OFFICERS  OF   THE   UNIVERSITY. 

1796  Scrope  Berdmore,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Merton 

1797  Edmund  Isham,  D.D.,  Warden  of  All  Souls 

1798  Michael  Marlow,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 
1802  Whittington  Landon,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Worcester 

1806  Henry  Richards,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter 

1807  John  Parsons,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 
1810  John  Cole,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter 
1814  Thomas  Lee,  D.D.,  President  of  Trinity 

1818  Frodsham  Hodson,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose 

1820  George  William  Hall,  D.D.,  Master  of  Pembroke 

1824  Richard  Jenkyns,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 

1828  John  Collier  Jones,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter 

1832  George  Rowley,  D.D.,  Master  of  University 

1836  Ashhurst  Turner  Gilbert,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose 

1840  Philip  Wynter,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1844  Benjamin  Parsons  Symons,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Wadham 

1848  Frederick  Charles  Plumptre,  D.D.,  Master  of  University 

1852  Richard  Lynch  Cotton,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Worcester 

1856  David  Williams,  D.C.L.,  Warden  of  New  College 

1858  Francis  Jeune,  D.C.L.,  Master  of  Pembroke 

1862  John  Prideaux  Lightfoot,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter 

1866  Francis  Knyvett  Leighton,  D.D.,  Warden  of  All  Souls 

1870  Henry  George  Liddell,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1874  James  Edwards  Sewell,  D.D.,  Warden  of  New  College 

1878  Evan  Evans,  M.A..  Master  of  Pembroke,  D.D. 

1882  BENJAMIN  JOWETT,  M.A.,  Master  of  Balliol. 

PKOCTOKS. 

The  two  PBOCTOKS  of  the  University  were  elected  anciently  in 
Convocation ;  but,  the  elections  having  become  very  tumultuous,  the 
method  was  changed  by  an  ordinance  of  King  Charles  I.,  and  from  the 
year  1629  the  choice  was  made  within  the  several  Colleges  according  to 
a  cycle  of  twenty-three  years,  which  lasted  through  ten  revolutions. 
In  1859  a  new  cycle  of  thirty  years  began,  adapted  to  the  existing  con- 
dition of  the  Colleges,  and  comprising  with  them  the  Halls  jointly.1 
The  electors  now  are  all  those  members  of  the  several  Societies  who, 
being  Members  of  Convocation,  are  also,  or  have  at  any  time  been, 
Members  of  the  Congregation  of  the  University,  and  all  those  Fellows 
and  Scholars  of  a  College  who  are  Members  of  Convocation.  Any 
such  elector  may  be  elected  to  the  office,  provided  he  has  completed 
four  and  has  not  completed  fifteen  years  from  his  admission  to  Ee- 
gency  in  Arts.  The  election  is  made  on  the  Wednesday  after  the 
first  Sunday  in  Lent ;  and  on  the  second  (or  occasionally  on  the  first) 
Wednesday  after  Easter  the  new  Proctors  are  admitted  to  their  offices 
in  Convocation,  and  take  their  seats.  They  nominate  each  two  Masters 
of  Arts,  of  three  years'  standing  at  the  least,  to  be  their  respective 
deputies  or  Pro-Proctors.  Each  Proctor  receives  an  annual  stipend  of 
^350,  each  Pro-Proctor  ,£80. 

Proctors  from  the  year  1267. 


1267  Roger  de  Plumpton 

Henry  de  Godfree,  or  Godestrey 
1281  Robert  de  Burgo 

William  de  Coleshull 


1286  Henry  de  Wylie,  Merton 

Robert  Marmiim 
1288  John  de  la  More,  Merton 

Edward  Famey 


i  By  the  Hertford  College  Act,  1874,  sect.  2,  it  is  provided  that  up  to  and  until  the 
year  1889,  at  any  election  of  Proctors  by  the  Halls,  the  members  of  Hertford  College 
shall  be  entitled  to  vote  as  if  they  were  members  of  a  Hall. 


PROCTORS. 


19 


1311  Thomas  de  Abendon,  Merton 
Robert  de  Bridlyngton,  Merton 

1313  Thomas  de  Humbleton,  Balliol 
John  de  la  Grave,  Merton 

1315  Richard  Abell 

William  Barnaby,  Merton 

1322  William  de  Skelton,  Merton 
Simon  de  Yftele,  or  Eifley,  Mert. 

1323  William    de    Skelton,    Merton, 

again  ? 

John  de  Fenton 
1325  William  de  Harryngton,  Merton 

Thomas  de  Bradwardyne,  Merton 
1327  Anthony  Goldesburgn 

Elias  Walwayne 
1331  Thomas  de  Reading,  Merton 

William  de  Wytheton 
1333  Edward  de  Wyke,  Merton 

John  de  Gotham,  Merton 
1340  Adam  de  Potthow,  afterwards  of 
Queen's 

Richard  de  Schrovesbury 

1343  Michael  de  Hamptesford 

*          *          %        .  * 

1346  JohnLokes 

William  Ingestre 

1348  Thomas  de  Stretford 
Robert  de  Ingram 

1349  The  same  two 

1350  Roger  de  Aswardby,  University 
Robert  Frommund,  Exeter 

1355  John  de  Middelton,  Oriel 
Nicholas  de  Radyngs,  Merton 

1356  The  same  two 

1357  John  Josekyn,  Merton 
Alexander  Ferebrygge,  Oriel 

1358  William  Deneby,  Oriel 
Richard  de  Touworth,  or  Tone- 
worth,  Merton 

,1360  Richard  de  Toneworth,  Merton, 
again 

Robert  de  Derby 
1361  Simon  Lamboume,  Merton 

James  Staunton,  Oriel 

1363  Richard  Button,  Merton 
Walter  Wandesford,  Oriel 

1364  Walter  Wandesford,  Oriel,  again 
Walter  Remmesbury,  Merton 
William  Fereby,  Balliol 
Thomas     Hulurn,    or    Hulman, 

Merton 

1367  Adam  Plumpton,  Balliol 
Robert  Aylesham,  Merton 

1368  Robert  Aylesham,  Merton,  again 
William  Fereby,  Balliol,  again 

1372  Robert  Hunderhull 
Peter  de  Elande 

1376  William  Wakfeld 

*  *  *  * 

1377  Thomas  Lyndelow,  Balliol 
John  Wendover,  Merton 

1379  John  de  Bun  tone 

Richard  Pester 
1382  John  Huntman 

Walter  Dissy,  Dish,  or  Dash.Oriel 


1363 
1364 
1366 


1392  John    *    *    * 
Robert  Rowbery 

1393  Stephen  Brakkely 

Richard  de  Whelpyngdon,  Mert. 

1395  Robert  Thurbury,  or  Thurburne, 

New  College 
John  Rote,  or  Roke,  Oriel 

1396  John  Loke,  Merton    ' 
Thomas  Naffarton,  University 

1399  Robert  Thurbury,  or  Thurburne, 

New  College,  again  ? 
John  Rote,  or  Roke,  Oriel,  again  ? 
Thomas  Rodborne,  Merton 

1400  John  Foster,  or  Forster 
John  Brampton 

1401  John  Foster,  or  Forster,  again 
Thomas  Rodborne,  Merton,  again 

1402  The  same  two 

1403  Roger  Whelpdale,  Queen's 
Thomas  Lucas,  Merton 

1404  Edmund  Orsoware 
William  Colthurst 

14C5  Thomas  Martyn,  Merton 
John  Castell,  University 

1406  Walter  Logardyn,  Merton 
Adam  Skelton,  Queen's 

1407  William  Duffield,  Merton 
Richard  Flemmyng,  University 

1408  Richard  Collyng 
Roger  Gates,  Merton 

1409  Robert  Aclom 
Richard  Baron,  Merton 

1410  Richard  Collyng,  again 
Roger  Orsoworth 

1411  John  Byrch,  University 
Benedict  Brent,  Exeter 

1412  Gilbert  Kymer,  Durham 
William  Symond,  University 

1413  The  same  two 

1414  Robert  Cammell 
John  Colun 

1415  Henry    Woochurch,    or    Wood- 

church,  Merton 
Robert  Dinkeley,  University 

1416  Robert  Dinkeley,  Univ.,  again 
William  Andrew,  Exeter 

1417  John  Allwarde,  Exeter 
Robert  Tonge,  University 

1418  William  Moulton,  University 
John  Worthille,  Balliol 

1419  Richard  Heth,  or  Heath 
Richard  Burneham 

1420  Robert  Morton,  Oriel 
Thomas  Juster,  Merton 

1421  Robert  Beaumont 
John  Hill 

1422  Thomas  Cotes 

William  Kyllyngmersh,  Univ. 

1423  John  Bedminster,  Oriel 
Robert  Thwayts,  Balliol 

1424  John  Bedminster,  again 

Thos.  Grenley,  or  Grenely,  Oriel 

1425  John  Schlreburne.or  Shirebourne, 

Oriel 
William  Collyng 


20 


OFFICERS  OF   THE   UNIVERSITY. 


1426  Thomas  Lysures 
John  Arundel,  Exeter 

1427  Henry  Sewer,  or  Sever,  Merton 
Richard  Babthorpe 

1428  John  Wygrim,  Merton 
Richard  Babthorpe,  again 

1429  Richard  Babthorpe,  again 
John  Kyng,  or  King 

1430  Thomas  Grant,  Oriel 
Thomas  Eglesfield,  Queen's 

1431  William  Tybart 
William  Brandon,  Balliol 

1432  William  Brandon,  again 
John  Halse,  Exeter 

1433  William  Dowson,  University 
Roger  Bulkeley 

1434  Richard  Tenant 
Michael  Tregory,  Exeter 

1435  John  Spekyngton 
Robert  Multon 

1436  Wm.  Croten,  or  Crowton,  Oriel, 

now  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall 
John  Kirkby 

1437  John  Kirkby,  again 
Thomas  Kempe,  [Merton] 

1438  William  Selby,  New  College 
Robert  Flemmyng,  University 

1439  William  Orell 
John  Willey 

1440  John  Segden,  Principal  of  Staple 

Hall 
Richard  Newbrygge,  Merton 

1441  William  Saye,  New  College 
John  Killingworth,  Merton 

1442  Roger  Grey,  University 
Thomas  Walkington,  New  Coll. 

1443  William  Fraunces,  Merton 
John  Tristrope,  Lincoln 

1444  Thomas  Chaundeler,  New  Coll. 
John  Tristrope,  Lincoln,  again 

1445  William  Moreton,  Balliol 
Thomas  Coppleston,  Exeter 

1446  William  Snareston,  New  College 
William  Lambton,  Balliol 

1447  John  Gygur,  Merton 
Walter  Bate,  Lincoln 

1448  John  Baker,  New  College 
Henry  Meales 

1449  John  Wode,  Merton 
William  Daniel,  University 

1450  Richard  Luke,  Balliql 
Wolstan  Browne,  University 

1451  William  Ketill,  Lincoln 
Thomas  Balsall,  Merton 

1452  John  Ekys,  Magdalen 
Thomas  Reynolds,  Exeter 
William  Moggys,  or  Mogys,  Exe- 
ter, vice  Reynolds,  wounded  in 
an  affray  between  the  scholars 
of  Peckwater's  Inn  and  those  of 
St.  Edward's  Hall 

1453  John  Yonge,  Merton 
John  Seymour,  All  Souls 

1454  Thomas  Beket 
Robert  Norman 


1455  John  Marshall,  Merton 
Walter  Windesore,  Exeter 

1456  John  Brether,  All  Souls 
Robert  Abdy,  Balliol 

1457  Thomas  Wodehill 

Thomas  Bemysley,  University 

1458  Marten  Joyner,  New  College 
John     Molineux,   sometime    of 

Brasenose  Hall 

1459  Stephen  Brereworth,  All  Souls 
Thomas  Lee,  St.  Edmund  Hall 

1460  Robert  Ellyot,  All  Souls 
Thomas  Purveyor 

1461  John  Morne,  or  Morer,  New  Coll. 
John  Thorpe,  Lincoln 

1462  Thomas  Procter,  All  Souls 
Richard  Bobbys 

1463  Walter  Hyll,  New  College 
William  Corte,  Balliol 

1464  Thomas  Pawnton,  Lincoln 
John  Payntour,  Merton 

1465  Thomas  Ganne,  Lincoln 
William  Whytwey,  New  College 

1466  Thomas  Procter,  All  Souls,  again 
William  Appylby,  Balliol 

1467  Richard  Bernard 
William  Sutton 

1468  John  Harrow,  Exeter 
Nicholas  Langton,  Lincoln 

1469  Richard  Mayew,  New  College 
George  Strange wayes,  or  Strang- 

wich,  Lincoln 

1470  William  Brew,  Exeter 
Thomas  Beston 

14T1  Nicholas  Good,  Magdalen 
Richard  Davis 

1472  William  Major,  Exeter 
John  Acherley,  All  Souls 

1473  Richard  Fitzjames,  Merton 
John  Nettylton 

1474  Richard  Bradelegh,  Exeter 
Richard  Estmonde 

1475  William  Bethum,  Lincoln 
Maurice  Berthram,  Merton 

1476  John  Bettys,  All  Souls 
William  South  worth,  Balliol 

1477  Roger  Hanley 

Thomas  Parmenter,  Merton 

1478  Geoffrey  Simeon,  New  College 
David  Ireland,  Magdalen 

1479  Robert  Gosbourne,  Merton 
John  Forster,  University 

1480  Nicholas  Halswell,  All  Souls 
John  Martin,  Magdalen 

1481  William  Porter,  New  College 
Ralph  Hamsterley,  Merton 

1482  Thomas  Karvour,  Magdalen 
Ralph  Stanhope,  Exeter 

1483  James  Babbe,  Exeter 
Robert  Lathys,  Queen's 

1484  Richard  Trappe,  New  College 
William  Craft,  or  Croft,  Magdalen 

1485  *  *  *  Smith 

*  *  *  Inglysset 


PROCTORS. 


21 


1486  Edmund  Frowceter,  Magdalen 
Robert  Arden,  Merton 

1487  John  Hobille,  New  College 
William  Bokhyng 

1488  John  Husey,  Magdalen 
Peter  Casely,  Exeter 

1489  William  Hewster,  Magdalen 
Robert  Boorton,  Merton 

1490  John  North,  Magdalen 
Robert  Wykis,  New  College 

1491  John  Wythers,  Magdalen 
Thomas  Hobbys,  All  Souls 

1492  John  Davys,  Merton 
William  Lambton 

1493  J9lm  Jolliff',  Exeter 

Richard  Bernyugham,  or  Barn- 
ingham,  Balliol 

1494  Anthony  Fisher,  Magdalen 
Robert  Dale,  Merton 

1495  William  Hasard,  Magdalen 
William  Marbyll 

1496  Rowland  Philippe,  Oriel 
Thomas  Crackinthorpe,  Queen's 

1497  Thomas  Drax,  Lincoln 
Richard  Sydnore,  Magdalen 

1498  Hugh  Brusey,  White  Hall 
John  Lethome,  University 

1499  Hugh  Brusey,  again 
Richard  Halse,  White  Hall 

1500  Edward  Darby,  Lincoln 
Thomas  Claydon,  New  College 

1501  John  Game,  All  Souls 
William  Dale 

1502  Hugh  Hawarden,  Brasenose 
John  Matson,  or  Mackson,  Mert. 

1503  John  Stokesley,  Magdalen 
Richard  Dudley,  Oriel 

1504  Laurence  Stubbs,  Magdalen 
John  Beverstone,  Merton 

1505  William  Patenson,  or  Batenson, 

Queen's 
John  Goolde,  Magdalen 

1506  Edward  Colyar,  University 
Richard  Stokes,  Magdalen 

1507  John  Lane,  New  College 
WTilliam  Thompson,  University 
Hugh  Poole,  All    Souls,  Senior 

Regent,  held  this  office  pro  tern- 
pore,  after  the  death  of  Thomp- 
son 

Thomas   Bentley,  New  College, 
was  elected  soon  afterwards 

1508  Robert  Carter,  Magdalen 
Rowland  Messynger,  Principal  of 

Little  University  Hall 

1509  Thos.  Heretage,  or  Eritage,  Oriel 
Richard  Duck,  or  Doke,  Exeter 

1510  John  Burges,  or  Burgeis,  Magd. 
John  Hewys,  Merton 

1511  William  Brooke,  Oriel 
Thomas  Southern* 

1512  Thomas  Pulton,  New  College 
Richard  Symons,  Merton 

1513  Thomas  Mede,  Exeter 
Thomas  Hobson,  University 


1514  Leonard  Hutchinson,  Balliol 
Thomas  Ware,  Oriel 

1515  John   Cottisford,   or   Cottysford, 

Lincoln 
William  Fossey,  All  Souls 

1516  Richard  Walker,  Merton 
Edmund  Grey,  New  College 

1517  Thomas  Irysh,  Exeter 
Thomas  Musgrave,  Merton 

1518  John  Stevyns,  Oriel 
Roger  Dyngley,  All  Souls 

1519  Thomas  Flower,  Lincoln 
Thomas  Alyn,  Brasenose 

1520  John  Booth,  Brasenose 
George  Croftys,  Oriel 

1521  Henry  Tyndall,  Merton 
John  Wylde 

1522  Thomas  Canner,  Magdalen 
Richard  Crispyne,  Oriel 

1523  Thomas  Canner,  Magd.,  again 
Edmund  Campion 

1524  Edward  Leighton,  Cardinal  Coll. 
Philip  Dale,  or  Bale,  Exeter 

1525  Anthony  Sutton,  Magdalen 
John  Tooker,  late  of  Exeter,  now 

of  Cardinal  College 

1526  Simon  Ball,  Merton 

Thomas  Byrton,  late  of  Magdalen, 
now  of  Cardinal  College 

1527  Arthur  Cole,  Magdalen 
Richard  Lorgan,  Oriel 

1528  John  Belletory,  Merton 
Walter  Buckler,  Cardinal  College 

1529  John  Warner,  All  Souls 
Thomas  Duke,  New  College 

1530  The  same  two 

1531  John  Pollard 

George  Cootes,  Cotys,  or  Cotes, 
Magdalen 

1532  William  Selwood,  New  College  . 
William  Pedyll,  Merton,  Princi- 
pal of  St.  Alban  Hall 

1533  John  Pekyns,  Exeter 
Owen  Ogelthorpe,  Magdalen 

1534  Dunstan  Lacy,  Lincoln 
John  Howell,  All  Souls 

John  Pollet,  or  Pollard,  vice  Lacy 
deceased 

1535  Edmund  Shethor,  All  Souls 
John  Pollet,  or  Pollard,  again 

1536  William  Wetherton,  All  Souls 
William  Pye,  Oriel 

1537  Hugh  West9n,  Lincoln 
Thomas  Knight,  New  College 

1538  Richard  Arderne,  Magdalen 
Thomas  Roberts,  Oriel 

1539  William  Smith,  Brasenose 
John  Stoyt,  Merton 

1540  Lewis  Reynold,  Magdalen 
John  Man,  New  College 

1541  Roger  Bromhall,  or  Bromholde; 

New  College 
John  Wyman,  Magdalen 

1542  John  Estwyke,  Merton 
William  Pye,  Oriel,  again 


22 


OFFICEKS  OF   THE   UNIVERSITY. 


1543  The  same  two 

1544  Nicholas  Alambrygg,  All  Souls 
William  Smith,  Brasenose,  again 

1545  John  Stoyt,  Merton,  again 
Simon  Parret,  or  Perrot,  Magd. 

1546  John  Smyth,  Oriel 

Simon  Parret,  or  Perrot,  Magd., 
again 

1547  Edmund  Crispyne,  Oriel 
Henry  Baylie,  New  College 

1548  John  Redman,  Magdalen 
Thomas  Symons,  Merton 

1549  Leonard  Lyngham,  Brasenose 
Eichard  Hughes,  Magdalen 

1550  Eoger  Ellyot,  All  Souls 
Thomas  Fryade,  New  College 

1551  William  Martiall,  Merton 
Peter  Rogers,  Ch.  Ch. 

1552  Thomas  Spencer,  Ch.  Ch. 
Maurice  Bullock,  New  College 

1553  The  same  two 

1554  Thomas  Coveney,  Magdalen 
Christopher  Hargreve,  Lincoln 

1555  William  Northfolke,  Oriel 
James  Gervays,  or  Gervys,  Mert. 

1556  Henry  Wotton,  Ch.  Ch. 
Thomas  Davys,  New  College 
William  Allyn,  Oriel,  vice  Wotton 

resigned 

1557  Francis  Babington,  All  Souls 
William  Allyn,  Oriel,  again 

1558  Alan  Cope,  Magdalen 
Walter  Bailey,  New  College 

1559  John  Daye,  Magdalen 

Edw.  Bramborow,  New  College 

1560  Robert  Leech,  Ch.  Ch. 
Thomas  Scot,  Trinity 

1561  Oliver  Wythington,  Brasenose 
Humphrey  Hall,  All  Souls 

1562  Roger  Marbeck,  Ch.  Ch. 
Roger  Giffard,  Merton 

1563  Thomas  Walley,  Ch.  Ch. 
Roger  Gifl'ard,  Merton,  again 

1564  Roger  Marbeck,  Ch.  Ch.,  again 
John  Watkyns,  All  Souls 

1565  Thomas  Garbrand,  alias  Herks, 

Magdalen 
John  Merick,  New  College 

1566  William  Leech,  Brasenose 
William  Stocker,  All  Souls 

1567  Adam  Squire,  Balliol 
Henry  Bust,  Magdalen 

1568  James  Charnock,  Brasenose 
Edmund  Campian,  St.  John's 

1569  John  Bereblock,  Exeter 
Thomas  Bodley,  Merton 

1570  Arthur  Atye,  Merton 
Thomas  Glasier,  Ch.  Ch. 

1571  Anthony  Blencowe,  Oriel 
Edmund  Fleetwood,  Merton 

1572  The  same  two 

1573  John  Tatham,  Merton 
Edmund  Lilly,  Magdalen. 

1574  John  Bust,  Ch.  Ck. 
Richard  JBawref,  Oriel 


1575^  John  UnderhilL  New  College- 
Henry  Savile,  Merton 

1576  The  same  two 

1577  John  Glover,  Ch.  Ch. 
Thomas  Dochen,  Magdalen 

1578  Ralph  Smyth,  Magdalen 
Clement  Colmer,  Brasenose 

1579  William  Zouch,  Ch.  Ch. 
Isaac  Upton,  Magdalen 

1580  Robert  Crayne,  Balliol 
Thomas  Stone,  Ch.  Ch. 

1581  Robert  Crayne,  Balliol,  again 
Richard  Maddock,  All  Souls 
Robert  Beaumont,  All  Souls,  vice 

Maddock  resigned 

1582  Robert  Cooke,  Brasenose 
John  Browne,  Ch.  Ch. 

1583  Thomas  Leyson,  New  College 
Richard  Eedes,  Ch.  Ch. 

1584  Thomas  Smith,  Ch.  Ch. 
Richard  Mercer,  Exeter 

1585  Thomas  Singleton,  Brasenose 
John  Bennet,  Ch.  Ch. 

1586  William  Watkinson,  Ch.  Ch. 
Giles  Thompson,  All  Souls 

1587  George  Dale,  Oriel 

John  Harmar,  New  College 

1588  Thomas  Ravys,  Ch.  Ch. 
Matthew  Gwynne,  St.  John's 

1589  John  Harding,  Magdalen 
John  King,  Ch.  Ch. 

1590  Jasper  Colmer,  Merton 
John  Eveleigh,  Exeter 

1591  Richard  Braunche,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Lloyd,  New  College 

1592  Thomas  Savile,  Merton 
Ralph  Winwood,  Magdalen 
Richard    Fisher,     Merton,     vice 

Savile  deceased 

1593  William  Aubrey,  Ch.  Ch. 
Richard  Latewar,  St.  John's 

1594  Henry  Foster,  Brasenose 
Henry  Cuffe,  Merton 

1595  Robert  Tinley,  Magdalen 
William  Pritchard,  Ch.  Ch. 

1596  Abel  Gower,  Oriel 
Rowland  Searchfield,  St.  John's 

1597  John  Parkhurst,  Magdalen 
Richard  Trafford,  Merton 

1598  Edward  Gee,  Brasenose 
Henry  Bellingham,  New  College 

1599  William  Osbourn,  All  Souls 
Francis  Sidney,  Ch.  Ch. 

1600  Nicholas  Langford,  Ch.  Ch. 
Laurence  Humphrey,  Magdalen 

1601  George  Benson,  Queen's 
Gerard  Massey,  Brasenose 

1602  Daniel  Puiy,  Magdalen 
Walter  Bennet,  New  College 

1603  Christopher  Dale,  Merton 
William  Laud,  St.  John's 

1604  William  Ballow,  Ch.  Ch. 
George  Darrell,  All  Souls 

1605  R,  Fitz-Herbert,  New  College 
John  Hanmer,  All  Souls 


PROCTORS. 


23 


1606  Simon  Baskervyle,  Exeter 
James  Mabbe,  Magdalen 

1607  Nathaniel  Brent,  Merton 
John  Tolson,  Oriel 

1608  Edward  Underhyll,  Magdalen 
John  Hamdon,  Ch.  Ch. 

1609  Charles  Greenwood,  University 
John  Flemmyng,  Exeter 

1610  Robert  Pincke,  New  College 
Samuel  Radcliffe,  Brasenose 

1611  Norwych  Spackman,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Dunster,  Magdalen 

1612  Thomas  Seller,  Trinity 
Richard  Corbet,  Ch.  Ch. 

1613  Anth.  Richardson,  Queen's 
Vincent  Goddard,  Magdalen 

1614  Jenkin  Vaughan,  All  Souls 
Samuel  Fell,  Ch.  Ch. 

1615  Hugh  Dicus,  Brasenose 
Richard  Baylie,  St.  John's 

1616  Robert  Sanderson,  Lincoln 
Charles  Croke,  Ch.  Ch. 

1617  Francis  Grevill,  Merton 
John  Harrys,  New  College 

1618  Daniel  Ingoll,  Queen's 
John  Drope,  Magdalen 

1619  Christopher  Wrenn,  St.  John's 
Brian  Duppa,  All  Souls 

1620  Matthew  Osbourn,  Wadham 
Samuel  Smith,  Magdalen 
Thomas    Fox,     Magdalen,    vice 

Smith  deceased 

1621  Matthias  Style,  Exeter 
Nicholas  Baylie,  Corpus 

1622  Griffin  Higgs,  Merton 
Richard  Stewart,  All  Souls 

1623  John  Smith,  Magdalen 
William  Oldis,  New  College 

1624  Daniel  Estcote,  Wadham 
Richard  Hill,  Brasenose 

1625  Nicholas  Brookes,  Oriel 
Samuel  Marsh,  Trinity 

1626  Hppton  Sydenham,  Magdalen 
Dionyse  Prideaux,  Exeter 

1627  Hugh  Halswell,  All  Souls 
Francis  Hyde,  Ch.  Ch. 

1628  Robert  Williamson,  Magdalen 
Robert  Lloyd,  Jesus 

1629  T.  Atkinson,  St.  John's 
William  Strode,  Ch.  Ch. 

1630  Ralph  Austen,  Magdalen 
Henry  Stringer,  New  College 

1631  A.  Bruch,  Brasenose,  resigned 
J.  Doughty,  Merton,  resigned 
John  Earle,  Merton 

L.  Washington,  Brasenose 

1632  Richard  Chaworth,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Meredith,  All  Souls 

1633  Thomas  Whyte,  Corpus 
Freeman  Page,  Exeter 

1634  Herbert  Pelham,  Magdalen 
John  Warren,  Wadham 


1635  John  Edwards,  St.  John's 
Guy  Carleton,  Queen's 

1636  Thomas  Browne,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Good,  New  College 

1637  Daniel  Lawford,  Oriel 
John  Glisson,  Trinity 

1638  Edward  Corbet,  Merton 
John  Nicholson,  Magdalen 

1639  Edward  Fulham,  Ch.  Ch. 
Robert  Heywood,  Brasenose 

1640  Peter  Allibond,  Lincoln 
Nicholas  Greaves,  All  Souls 

1641  Baldwyn  Acland,  Exeter 
Abraham  Woodhead,  Univei'sity 

1642  Edward  Young,  New  College 
Tristram  Sugge,  Wadham 

1643  George  Wake,  Magdalen 
William  Cartwryght,  Ch.  Ch. 

1644  William  Creed,  St.  John's 
Francis  Broad,  Merton 

1645  C.  Wheare,  Gloucester  Hall 
John  Michell,  Balliol 

1646  Richard  Wyatt,  Oriel 
Byrom  Eaton,  Brasenose 

1647  Robert  Waryng,  Ch.  Ch. 
Henry  Hunt,  -Magdalen 

1648  Joshua  Crosse,  Lincoln1 
Ralph  Button,  Merton 

1649  John  Maudit,  Exeter 
Hierome  Zanchy,  All  Souls 

1650  Thankful  Owen,  Lincoln 
Philip  Stephens,  New  College 

1651  Matthew  Unit,  Trinity 
Samuel  Lee,  Wadham 

1652  Francis  Howell,  Exeter 
Peter  Jarsey,  Pembroke 

1653  Philip  Ward,  Ch.  Ch. 
Robert  Gorges,  St.  John's 

1654  Thomas  Cracroft,  Magdalen 
S.  Chamock,  New  College 

1655  Samuel  Bruen,  Brasenose 
Edward  &  Wood,  Merton 
Richard  Franklin,  Merton,  vice 

Wood  deceased 

1656  Edward  Littleton,  All  Souls 
William  Carpender,  Ch.  Ch. 

1657  Samuel  Byfeild,  Corpus 
Samuel  Conant,  Exeter 

1658  George  Porter,  Magdalen 
Walter  Pope,  Wadham 

1659  George  Philipps,  Queen's 
Thomas  Wyatt,  St.  John's 

1660  Thomas  Tanner,  New  College 
John  Dod,  Ch.  Ch. 

1661  Nicholas  Meese,  Trinity 
Henry  Hawley,  Oriel 

1662  Thomas  Frankland,  Brasenose 
Henry  Bold,  Ch.  Ch. 

1663  Hon.  Nathaniel  Crewe,  Lincoln 
Thomas  Tomkyns,  All  Souls 

1664  John  Heame,  Exeter 
William  Shippen,  University 


The  Caroline  Cycle  was  disregarded  from  1648  to  1662. 


OFFICERS  OF   THE  UNIVERSITY. 


1665  Phineas  Bury,  Wadham 
David  Thomas,  New  College 

1666  Nathaniel  Hodges,  Ch.  Ch. 
Walter  Baylie,  Magdalen 

1637  George  Roberts,  Merton 

Edward  Bernard,  St.  John's 

1668  Richard  White,  St.  Maiy  Hall 
William  Durham,  Corpus 

1669  Nathaniel  Alsop,  Brasenose 
James  Davenant,  Oriel 

1670  Alexander  Pudsey,  Magdalen 
Henry  Smith,  Ch.  Ch. 

1671  John  Hersent,  New  College 
Alan  Carr,  All  Souls 

1072  George  Verman,  Exeter 

Thomas  Crosthwaite,  Queen's 

1673  Abraham  Campion,  Trinity 
Nathaniel  Salter,  Wadham 

1674  William  Frampton,  Pembroke 
Thomas  Huxley,  Jesus 

1675  John  Jones,  Ch.  Ch. 
Edward  Waple,  St.  John's 

1676  Baptist  Levinz,  Magdalen 
Nathaniel  Pelham,  New  College 

1677  Nathaniel  Wight,  Merton 
Richard  Warburton,  Brasenose 

1678  James  Hulet,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Clerke,  All  Souls 

1679  Samuel  Norris,  Exeter 
Hugh  Barrow,  Corpus 

1680  Charles  Hawles,  Magdalen 
Robert  Balch,  Wadham 

1681  John  Halton,  Queen's 
Richard  Oliver,  St.  John's 

1682  Roger  Altham,  Ch.  Ch. 
William  Dingley,  New  College 

1683  Henry  Gandy,  Oriel 
Arthur  Charlett,  Trinity 

1684  John  Massey,  Merton 
Philip  Clerke,  Magdalen 

1685  William  Breach,  Ch.  Ch. 
Thomas  Smith,  Brasenose 

1686  Edward  Hopkins,  Lincoln 
John  Walrond,  All  Souls 

1687  Thomas  Bennet,  University 
John  Harris,  Exeter 

1688  Thomas  Dunster,  Wadham 
William  Christmas,  New  College 

1689  William  Cradock,  Magdalen 
Thomas  Newey,  Ch.  Ch. 

1690  Francis  Browne,  Merton 
Francis  Bernard,  St.  John's 

1691  James  Gwillym,  Balliol 
Christopher  Wase,  Corpus 
Adam    Lugg.,    Balliol,    elected 

Junior  Proctor  on  death  of  J. 
Gwillym 

1692  William  Walker,  Oriel 
Benjamin  Browne,  Brasenose 

1693  Roger  Altham,  Ch.  Ch. 
Richard  Veeey,  Magdalen 

1694  Gabriel  Bamaby,  New  College 
Stephen  Napleton,  All  Souls 

1695  John  Bagwell,  Exeter 
John  Waugh,  Queen's 


16%  Henry  Edmonds,  Trinity 
William  Baker,  Wadham 

1697  Charles  Sloper,  Pembroke 
Griffin  Da  vies,  Jesus 

1698  Edw.  Lilly,  St.  John's 
Robert  Freind,  Ch.  Ch. 

1699  Richard  Watluns,  Magdalen 
T.  Mompesson,  New  College 

1700  John  Holland,  Merton 
William  Thompson,  Brasenose 

1701  John  Felling,  Ch.  Ch. 
Richard  Coleire,  All  Souls 

1702  John  Cooke,  Exeter 
Edmund  Perkes,  Corpus 

1703  Samuel  Adams,  Magdalen 
John  Eyans,  Wadham 

1704  Joseph  Smith,  Queen's 
Thomas  Smith,  St.  John's 

1705  Brune  Biokley,  New  College 
Peter  Foulkes,  Ch.  Ch. 

1706  George  Carter,  Oriel 
Edw.  Crank,  Trinity 

1707  William  Turton,  Magdalen 
Henry  Stephens,  Merton 

1708  James  Smethurst,  Brasenose 
Thomas  Stanley,  Brasenose,  vice 

Smethurst,  deceased 
Thomas  Terry,  Ch.  Ch. 

1709  William  Vesey,  Lincoln 
R.  Adderley,  All  Souls 

1710  William  Denison,  University 
William  Williams,  Exeter 

1711  William  Bradshaw,  New  College 
Thomas  Girdler,  Wadham 

1712  Seth  Eyre,  Magdalen 
William  Periam,  Ch.  Ch. 

1713  Edw.  Morse,  St.  John's 
Henry  Byne,  Merton 

1714  Charles  Gardiner,  Corpus 
Samuel  Newte,  Balliol 

1715  William  Dering,  Oriel 
Thomas  Dod,  Brasenose 

1716  Charles  Holt,  Magdalen 
John  White,  Ch.  Ch. 

1717  John  Stead,  All  Souls 

W.  Beaumont,  New  College 

1718  T.  Troughear,  Queen's 
Robert  Rogers,  Exeter 

1719  George  Shepheard,  Trinity 
John  Baker,  Wadham 

John   Chandler,   Wadham,    vice 
Baker  deceased 

1720  Robert  Brynker,  Jesus 
Benjamin  Slocock,  Pembroke 

1721  Henry  Gregory,  Ch.  Ch. 
William  Holmes,  St.  John's 

1722  Ralph  Webb,  Magdalen 
Henry  Levitt,  New  College 

1723  Richard  Streat,  Merton 
Rob.  Leyborne,  Brasenose 

1724  William  Le  Hunt,  Ch.  Ch. 
Rob.  Eyre,  All  Souls 

1725  John  Conybeare,  Exeter 
Barnaby  Smith,  Corpus 


PROCTORS. 


25 


1726  George  Newland,  Magdalen 
Philip  Speke,  Wadliam 

1727  John  Borrett,  Queen's 
John  Smith,  St.  John's 

1728  Carew  Eeynell,  New  College 
Eobert  Manaton,  Ch.  Ch. 

1729  George  Huddesford,  Trinity 
John  Woollin,  Oriel 

1730  Joseph  Andrews,  Magdalen 
Thomas  Robinson,  Merton 

1731  Thomas  Foxley,  Brasenose 
Oliver  Batteley,  Ch.  Ch. 

1732  Bichard  Hutchins,  Lincoln 
William  Wynne,  All  Souls 

1733  Eobert  Eden,  University 
James  Edgcumbe,  Exeter 

1734  John  Cox,  New  College 
William  Thomas,  Wadham 

1735  William  Wightwick,  Magdalen 
Bern.  Dowdeswell,  Ch.  Ch. 

1736  John  Stevens,  Merton 
William  Derham,  St.  John's 

1737  Thomas  Paget,  Corpus 
John  Land,  Balliol 

1738  Edw.  Trahern,  Brasenose 
Edw.  Eayner,  Oriel 

1739  John  Whitfield,  Ch.  Ch. 
Peter  Zinzan,  Magdalen 

1740  Eichard  Lydiatt,  New  College 
Savage  Tyndall,  All  Souls 

1741  Francis  Webber,  Exeter 
John  Lowry,  Queen's 

1742  John  Bruere,  Trinity 
George  Costard,  Wadham 

1743  James  Le  Marchant,  Jesus 
John  Collins,  Pembroke 

1744  Eichard  Hind,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Lloyd,  St.  John's 

1745  Thomas  Waldegrave,  Magdalen 
Robert  Speed,  New  College 

1746  William  Williamson,  Merton 
Thomas  Cawley,  Brasenose 

1747  George  Bingham,  All  Souls 
Joseph  Jane,  Ch.  Ch. 

1748  James  Fortescue,  Exeter 
John  Baker,  Corpus 

1749  Thomas  Townson,  Magdalen 
Prince  Pead,  Wadham 

1750  Francis  Harrison,  Queen's 
William  Cokayne,  St.  John's 

1751  George  Smith,  New  College 
Samuel  Dickens,  Ch.  Ch. 

1752  Thomas  Chapman,  Trinity 
Gilbert  White,  Oriel 

1753  Christopher  Eobinson,  Magdalen 
Christopher  Twynihoe,  Merton 

1754  Matthew  Maddock,  Brasenose 
Edw.  Small  well,  Ch.  Ch. 

1755  Hon.  J.  Tracy,  All  Souls 
Charles  Mortimer,  Lincoln 

1756  John  Coulson,  University 
John  Fowell,  Exeter 

1757  John  Eyre,  New  College 
Francis  Lernoult,  W'adham 


1758  William  Holwell,  Ch.  Ch. 
George  Home,  Magdalen 

1759  William  Wright,  Merton 
George  Austen,  St.  John's 

1760  John  Vivian,  Balliol 
Eichard  Skinner,  Corpus 

1761  Thomas  Barker,  Brasenose 
Thomas  Nowell,  Oriel 

1762  Ellis  Jones,  Ch.  Ch. 
Eichard  Scrope,  Magdalen 

1763  George  James  Sale,  New  College 
John  Long,  All  Souls 

1764  Thomas  Nicholson,  Queen's 
George  Stinton,  Exeter 

1765  William  Huddesford,  Trinity 
George  Smyth,  Wadham 

1766  Nathaniel  Haines,  Pembroke 
James  Bandinel,  Jesus 

1767  Francis  Atterbury,  Ch.  Ch. 
Samuel  Vickers,  St.  John's 

1768  Benjamin  Wheeler,  Magdalen 
E.  Whitmore,  New  College 

1769  James  Norman,  Merton 
Henry  Mayer,  Brasenose 

1770  William  Conybeare,  Ch.  Ch. 
J.  E.  Hayward,  All  Souls 

1771  John  Eussell,  Corpus 

C.  Tirrel  Morgan,  Exeter 

1772  Eichard  Chandler,  Magdalen 
James  Foster,  Wadham 

1773  Edw.  Bowerbank,  Queen's 
E.  D.  Shackleford,  St.  John's 

1774  Joshua  Berkeley,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Webber,  New  College 

1775  Eichard  Head,  Oriel 
Joseph  Chapman,  Trinity 

1776  Eichard  Wooddeson.'Magdalen 
Scrope  Berdmore,  Merton 

1777  John  Foley,  Brasenose 
Thomas  Pettingal,  Ch.  Ch. 

1778  George  Watkin,  Lincoln 
Joseph  Ingram,  All  Souls 

1779  John  Sarraude,  Exeter 
Philip  Fisher,  University 

1780  W.  Cooke,  New  College 
Alexander  Litchfield,  Wadham 

1781  Charles  Williams,  Magdalen 
John  Eandolph,  Ch.  Ch. 

1782  Thomas  Hardcastle,  Merton 
James  Davenport,  St.  John's 

1783  Eichard  Prosser,  Balliol 
Charles  Tahourdin,  Corpus 

1784  William  Stalman,  Brasenose 
Henry  Beeke,  Oriel 

1785  Martin  J.  Eouth,  Magdalen 
Phineas  Pett,  Ch.  Ch. 

1786  John  Coker,  New  College 
Hon.  D.  Finch,  All  Souls 

1787  Henry  Smith,  Queen's 
Eichard  Vivian,  Exeter 

1788  Edw.  Whitley,  Wadham 

J.  Bankes  Moulding,  Trinity 

1789  Thomas  Phillips,  Pembroke 
Edward  Morgan,  Jesus 


26 


OFFICERS  OF   THE  UNIVERSITY. 


1790  C.  Buckeridge,  St.  John's 
C.  T.  Barker,  Ch.  Ch. 

1791  Francis  Whitcombe,  Magdalen 
Thomas  Boys,  New  College 

1792  Thomas  Wright,  Brasenose 
Robert  Wall,  Merton 

1793  Clement  Cartwright,  All  Souls 
Charles  H.  Hall,  Ch.  Ch. 

1794  William  Filmer,  Corpus 
John  Cole,  Exeter 

1795  Henry  Davis,  Wadham 
George  Hutton,  Magdalen 

1796  William  Benson,  Queen's 
Thomas  Whitfield,  St.  John's 

1797  William  Blair,  New  College 
George  Illingworth,  Ch.  Ch. 

1798  James  Landon,  Oriel 
James  W.  Alexander,  Trinity 

1799  William  Cornish  Ellis,  Merton 
Egerton   Robert   Neve,  Merton, 

vice  Ellis,  deceased 
Samuel  Perrott  Parker,  Merton, 

vice  Neve  resigned 
Thomas  Butler,  Magdalen 

1800  John  Tench,  Brasenose 
William  Wood,  Ch.  Ch. 

1801  G.  F.  Nott,  All  Souls 
G.  S.  Faber,  Lincoln 

1802  Edward  Rodd,  Exeter 
Henry  Wetherell,  University 

1803  Brian  Broughton,  New  College 
Richard  Michell,  Wadham 

1804  Edward  Ellerton,  Magdalen 
Fred.  Barnes,  Ch.  Ch. 

1805  P.  Vaughan,  Merton 
T.  G.  Clare,  St.  John's 

1806  William  Marshall,  Balliol 
Richard  Budd,  Corpus 

1807  John  Dean,  Brasenose 
Edward  Copleston,  Oriel 

1808  William  Corne,  Ch.  Ch. 

J.  Goldesbrough,  Magdalen 

1809  F.  H.  Brickenden,  Worcester 
William  Everett,  New  College 

1810  Stephen  P.  Rigaud.  Exeter 
Joseph  Prust  Prust,  Exeter,  vice 

Rigaud  resigned 
Henry  Wheatley,  Queen  s 

1811  James  Ford,  Trinity 

R.  S.  Stevens,  Wadham 

1812  Charles  Wightwick,  Pembroke 
Thomas  Da  vies,  Jesus 

1813  H.  N.  Pearson,  St.  John's 
Kenneth  M.  R.  Tarpley,  Ch.  Ch. 

1814  William  Aldrich,  Magdalen 

B.  Bandinel,  New  College 

1815  Francis  Rowden,  Merton 
Richard  Stephens,  Brasenose 

1816  E.  Goodenough,  Ch.  Ch. 

C.  Wrottesley,  All  Souls 

1817  Thomas  Darke,  Exeter 
W.  H.  Turner,  Corpus 

1818  B.  P.  Symons,  Wadham 
William  Russell,  Magdalen 


1819  William  Wilson,  Queen's 
Nathaniel  Dodson,  St.  John's 

1820  P.  N.  Shuttleworth,  New  College 
A.  C.  Price,  New  College,  vice 

Shuttleworth  resigned 
John  Bull,  Ch.  Ch. 

1821  William  James,  Oriel 
William  M.  Kinsey,  Trinity 

1822  John  Moore,  Worcester 
Thomas  Sheriife,  Magdalen 

1823  Thomas  V.  Short,  Ch.  Ch. 
James  Smith,  Brasenose 

1824  John  Calcott,  Lincoln 

R,  W.  Huntley,  All  Souls 

1825  William  Dalby,  Exeter 
John  Watts,  University 

1826  G.  C.  Rashleigh,  New  College 
Wadham  Harbin,  Wadham 

1827  Charles  T.  Longley,  Ch.  Ch. 
Andrew  Edwards,  Magdalen 

1828  W.  A.  Bouverie,  Merton 
C.  L.  Swainson,  St.  John's 

1829  James  Thomas  Round,  Balliol 
Robert  Alder  Thorp,  Corpus 

1830  Joseph  Dornford,  Oriel 
Thomas  T.  Churton,  Brasenose 

1831  Daniel  Veysie,  Ch.  Ch. 
R.  M.  White,  Magdalen 

1832  Francis  Clerke,  All  Souls 
Richard  Young,  New  College 

1833  Henry  A.  Dodd,  Queen's 
John  P.  Lightfoot,  Exeter 

1834  James  H.  Dyer,  Trinity 
William  Harding,  Wadham 

1835  Edmund  G.  Bayley,  Pembroke 
Robert  Evans,  Jesus 

Henry  Reynolds,  Jesus.flice  Evans 
resigned 

1836  Robert  Hussey,  Ch.  Ch. 
Henry  Thorpe,  St.  John's 

L.  A.  Sharpe,    St.    John's,    vice 
Thorpe  resigned 

1837  W.  J.  Butler,  Magdalen 
William  Meech,  New  College 

1838  William  Ricketts,  Merton 
T.  T.  Bazely,  Brasenose 

1839  Jacob  Ley,  Ch.  Ch. 

A.  G.  Lethbridge,  All  Souls 

1840  Edw.  A.  Dayman,  Exeter 
James  Frederick  Crouch,  Corpus 

1841  John  Foley,  Wadham 
William  W.  Tireman,  Magdalen 
John  P.  Wilson,  Magdalen,  vice 

Tireman  resigned 

1842  William  Monkhouse,  Queen's 
J.  S.  Pinkerton,  St.  John's 

1843  A.  D.  Stacpoole,  New  College 
William  Edward  Jelf,  Ch.  Ch. 

1844  Henry  P.  Guillemard,  Trinity 
Richard  W.  Church,  Oriel 

1845  Thomas  Harris,  Magdalen 
John  T.  H.  Peter,  Merton 


BURGESSES. 


27 


1846  Henry  George  Liddell,  Ch.  Ch. 
Osborne   Gordon,  Ch.   Ch.,  vice 

Liddell  resigned 
Thomas  Chaffers.  Brasenose 

1847  James  Hannay,  Worcester 
Martin  Johnson  Green,  Lincoln 

1848  William  Andrews,  Exeter 
Thomas  Shadforth,  University 

1849  Heniy  Thomas  May,  New  Coll. 
John  Cooper,  Wadham 

1850  George  Marshall,  Ch.  Ch. 
Wm.  Geo.  Henderson,  Magdalen 

1851  John  H.  Pollen,  Merton 
James  Gram  Brine,  St.  John's 

1852  William  Charles  Lake,  Balliol 
Henry  Pritchard,  Corpus 

1853  Drummond  Percy  Chase,  Oriel 
John  William  Knott,  Brasenose 

1854  Robert  Cholmeley,  Magdalen 
Edward  Stokes,  Ch.  Ch. 

1855  J.  M.  Holland,  New  College 
Arthur  F.  Stopford,  All  Souls 
George  Fereman,  All  Souls,  vice 

Stopford  resigned 

1856  Edward  Boucher  James,  Queen's 
William  Ince,  Exeter 

1857  Edw.Wyndham  Tufnell, Wadham 
Frederick  Meyrick,  Trinity 

1858  Bartholomew  Price,  Pembroke 
Charles  W.  Heaton,  Jesus 

1859  Edw.  Tindal  Turner,  Brasenose 
Thos.  Jones  Prout,  Ch.  Ch. 
Charles  Waldegrave  Sandford,Ch. 

Ch.,  vice  Prout  resigned 

1860  Robert  Gandell,  Magdalen  Hall 
James  Henry  Eld,  St.  John's 

1861  Wm.  Basil  T.  Jones,  University 
George  Ridding,  Exeter 

1862  James  Riddell,  Balliol 
Thomas  Fowler,  Lincoln 

1863  William  Chambers,  Worcester 
George  William  Kitchin,  Ch.  Ch. 


1864  Stephen  Edwardes,  Merton 
Francis  Harrison,  Oriel 

1865  Henry  Furneaux,  Corpus 
Wm.  Wolfe  Capes,  Queen's 

1866  James  John  Hornby,  Brasenose 
William   Yates,  Brasenose,  vice 

Hornby  resigned 
George  Earlam  Thorley  .Wadham 

1867  Thomas  Vere  Bayne,  Ch.  Ch. 
Charles  E.  Hammond,  Exeter 

1868  Chas.  H.  Cholmeley,  Magdalen 
William  Gordon  Cole,  Trinity 

1869  Charles  Lee  Wingfield,  All  Souls 
Walter  F.  Short,  New  College 

1870  Henry  Deane,  St.  John's 
Henry  L.  Thompson,  Ch.  Ch. 

1871  Edward  Moore,  St.  Edmund  Hall 
James  Lee  Warner,  University 

1872  Thomas  Douglas  Page,  Pembroke 
William  W.  Jackson,  Exeter 

1873  Charles  Heniy  O.  Daniel,  Wore. 
Ingram  Bywater,  Exeter 

1874  Herbert  Salwey,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Wordsworth,  Brasenose 

1875  Charles  Lancelot  Shadwell,  Oriel 
James  Richard  Thursfield,  Jesus 

1876  John  Richard  Magrath,  Queen's 
Patrick  A.  Henderson,  Wadham 

1877  Henry  George  Woods,  Trinity 
Hugh  Edward  P.  Platt,  Lincoln 

1878  William  Wallace,  Merton 
John  Barclay  Thompson,  Ch.  Ch. 

1879  Henry  Francis  Pelham,  Exeter 
William  Little,  Corpus 

1880  Albert  Sidney  Chavasse,  Univ. 
Frederick  Ed.  Wan-en,  St.  John's 

1881  Clement  Nugent  Jackson,  Hert. 
Chas.  Buller  Heberden,Brasenose 

1882  Henry  Scott  Holland,  Ch.  Ch. 
Arthur  Lionel  Smith,  Trinity 

1883  WALTEB  LOCK,  Magdalen. 
ROWLAND    EDMUND    PEOTHEEO, 

All  Souls 


BUKGESSES. 

After  several  unsuccessful  attempts  on  the  part  of  the  University  to 
obtain  from  Queen  Elizabeth  permission  to  send  Burgesses  to  Par- 
liament, the  privilege  of  sending  two  was  granted  by  King  James  I.  by 
Letters  Patent  in  1604.  All  members  of  Convocation  are  electors. 
Some  special  provisions  for  the  mode  of  election  are  stated  before 
on  p.  5. 

Burgesses. 

1604  Sir  Daniel  Dunne,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls  and  Principal  of 

New  Inn  Hall 

Sir  Thomas  Crompton,  D.C.L.,  of  Merton 
1609  Sir  William  Byrde,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  vice  Crompton 

deceased 

1614  Sir  John  Bennett,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
Sir  Daniel  Dunne,  again 


28  OFFICERS   OF   THE   UNIVERSITY. 

1620  Sir  John  Bennett,  again 

Sir  Clement  Edmonds,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1621  Sir  John  Danvers,  vice  Bennett 

1624  Sir  George  Calvert,  M.A.,  of  Trinity 

Sir  Isaac  Wake,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 

1625  Sir  Thomas  Edmonds 
Sir  John  Danvers,  again 

1626  Jan.  17.    The  same 

Mar.  23.    Sir  Francis  Stewart,  M.A.,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  vice  Edmonds,  unseated 

upon  petition 
1628  Sir  Henry  Marten,  D.C.L.,  of  New  College 

Sir  John  Danvers,  again 
1640  Mar.  9.    Sir  Francis  Windebank,  B.A.,  of  St.  John's 

Sir  John  Danvers,  again 
Oct.  17.    Sir  Thomas  Roe,  -of  Magdalen 
John  Selden,  of  Hert  Hall 

1653  Jonathan  Goddard,  D.M.,  Warden  of  Merton,  alone ;  not  elected  by  Convo- 

cation, but  nominated  by  Oliver  Cromwell 

1654  John  Owen,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.,  alone 
1656  Hon.  Nathaniel  Fienes,  alone 

1659  Matthew  Hale,  of  Magdalen  Hall,  Sergeant  at  Law 

John  Mills,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.,  and  this  year  appointed 
Canon  again 

1660  Thomas  Clayton,  D.M.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  Regius  Professor  of 

Medicine 
John  Mills,  again 

1661  Hon.  Lawrence  Hyde,  M.A. 

Sir  Heneage  Finch,  Bart.,  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1674  Thomas  Thynne,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  vice  Finch  now  Lord  Finch 
1679  Feb.  27.  Hon.  Heneage  Finch,  of  Ch.  Ch. 

John  Edisbury,  D.C.L.,  of  Brasenose 

Aug.  19.  Sir  Leoline  Jenkins,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Principal  of  Jesus 

Charles  Perrott,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 
1681  The  same 
1685  Mar.  17.  The  same 

Nov.  23.  George  Clarke,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  vice  Jenkins  deceased 
1688  Sir  Thomas  Clarges,  of  Wadham 

Hon.  Heneage  Finch,  now  D.C.L.,  again 
1689-1690  The  same 
1695  Sir  William  Trumbull,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

Hon.  Heneage  Finch,  again 
1698  Sir  Christopher  Musgrave,  Bart.,  of  Queen's 

Sir  William  Glynne,  Bart.,  of  St.  Edmund  Hall 

1701  Jan.  3.  Sir  Christopher  Musgrave,  again 

Hon.  Heneage  Finch,  again 
Mar.  21  William  Bromley,  B.A.,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  vice  Musgrave  elected  for 

Westmoreland 
Nov.  25.  Hon.  Heneage  Finch  and  William  Bromley,  again 

1702  The  same 

1703  Nov.  22.  Sir  William  Whitlock,  vice  Finch  now  Lord  Guernsey/ 
1705  Sir  William  Whitlock,  again 

William  Bromley,  now  D.C.L.,  again 
1708, 1710, 1713, 1715  The  same 

1717  Dec.  4.  George  Clarke,  now  D.C.L.,  again,  vice  Whitlock  deceased 
1722  William  Bromley  and  George  Clarke,  again 
1727  The  same 
1732  Feb.  26.   Henry  Hyde,  Viscount  Cornbury,  D.C.L.,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  vice  Bromley 

deceased 

1734  Viscount  Combury  and  George  Clarke,  again 
1737  Feb.  9.    William  Bromley,  D.C.L.,  of  Oriel,  vice  Clarke  deceased 

Mar.  31.    Edward  Butler,  D.C.L.,  President  of  Magdalen,  vice  Bromley 

deceased 

1741  Viscount  Combury  and  Edward  Butler,  again 

1745  Nov.  12.    Peregrine  Palmer,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All   Souls,    vice 
Butler  deceased 


BURGESSES.  29 

1747  Viscount  Cornbury  and  Peregrine  Palmer,  again 

1750  Jan.  31.    Sir  Eoger  Newdigate,  Bart.,  D.C.L.,  of  University,  vice  Viscount 

Cornbury  now  Lord  Hyde  and  a  Peer 
1754  Sir  Roger  Newdigate,  again 

Pei'egrine  Palmer,  now  D.C.L.,  again 

1761  The  same 

1762  Dec.  16.  Sir  Walter  Wagstaffe  Bagot,  Bart.,  D.C.L.,  of  Magdalen,  vice  Palmer 

deceased 
1768  Feb.  3.  Sir  William  Dolben,  Bart.,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch., 

vice  Bagot  deceased 
Mar.  23.  Sir  Roger  Newdigate,  again 

Francis  Page,  D.C.L.,  of  New  College 
1774  The  same 

1780  Sir  William  Dolben  and  Francis  Page,  again 
1784,1790,1796  The  same 

1801  March  23.  Sir  William  Scott,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  University,  vice 

Page 

1802  Sir  William  Dolben  and  Sir  William  Scott,  again 
1806  Right  Hon.  Sir  William  Scott,  again 

Right  Hon.  Charles  Abbot,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1807,1812  The  same 

1817  June  10.  Right  Hon.  Robert  Peel,  M.A.,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  vice  Abbot,  now  Lord 

Colchester 

1818  Right  Hon.  Sir  William  Scott,  again 
Right  Hon.  Robert  Peel,  now  D.C.L.,  again 

1820  The  same 

1821  Aug.  22.  Richard  Heber,  M.A.,  of  Brasenose,  vice  Scott,  now  Lord  Stowell 

1822  Feb.  12.  Right  Hon.  Robert  Peel,  re-elected  after  accepting  office 

1826  Feb.  22.  Thomas  Grimston  Bvcknall-Estcourt,  M.A.,  of  Corpus,  vice  Heber 
June  14.  Right  Hon.  Robert  Peel,  again 

Thomas  G.  Bucknall-Estcourt,  now  D.C.L.,  again 

1828  Feb.  4.  Right  Hon.  Robert  Peel,  re-elected  after  accepting  office 

1829  Feb.  28.  Sir  Robert  Harry  Inglis,  Bart.,  D.C.L.,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  vice  Peel 

1830  Thomas  Grimston  Bucknall-Estcourt  and  Sir  Robert  Harry  Inglis,  again 
1831, 1832, 1835, 1837, 1841  The  same 

1847  Sir  Robert  Harry  Inglis,  again 

Right  Hon.  William  Ewart  Gladstone,  M.A.,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1852  The  same 

1853  Jan.  20.  Right  Hon.  William  Ewart  Gladstone,  now  D.C.L.,  re-elected  after 

accepting  office 

1854  Feb.  7.  Sir  William  Heathcote,  Bart.,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls, 

vice  Inglis 
1857  The  same  two 
1859  Feb.  12.  Right  Hon.  William  Ewart  Gladstone,  re-elected  after  accepting 

office 

April  29.  The  same  two 
1859  July  1.  Right  Hon.  William  Ewart  Gladstone,  re-elected  after  accepting 

1865  Sir  William  Heathcote,  Bart.,  again 
Gathorne  Hardy,  M.A.,  Oriel 

1866  Right  Hon.  Gathorne  Hardy,  now  D.C.L.,  re-elected  after  accepting  office 
1868  Right  Hon.  Gathorne  Hardy,  again 

Right  Hon.  John  Robert  Mowbray,  M.A.,  late  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  D.C.L. 
1874  Jan.  31.  The  same  two 

Mar.  14.  Right  Hon.  Gathorne  Hardy,  re-elected  after  accepting  office 
1878  John  Gilbert  Talbot,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch.,  now  D.C.L.  {vice  Hardy,  now  Viscount 

Cranbrook) 
1880  Right  Hon.  JOHN  ROBEBT  MOWBRAY  (since  Sir  J.  R.  Mowbray,  Bart.) 

JOHN  GILBEET  TALBOT. 

ASSESSOR  OF  THE  CHANCELLOR'S  COURT. 
The  Chancellor  has  jurisdiction  in  almost  all  causes,  whether  civil, 
spiritual,  or  criminal,  in  which  scholars  or  privileged  persons  resident 


30  OFFICERS  OF   THE  UNIVERSITY. 

within  the  precinct  of  the  University  are  parties.  For  the  exercise  of 
it  a  Court  is  holden  every  Friday  during  Term  in  the  Apodyterium  of 
the  Convocation  House,  in  which  the  Vice-Chancellor  is  the  presiding 
Judge,  and  the  two  Proctors  of  the  University  may,  if  they  please,  sit 
as  assessors.  But  for  the  better  despatch  of  business  the  Vice-Chan- 
cellor appoints  some  Doctor  or  Bachelor  of  Civil  Law  to  sit  with  him  as 
Assessor  and  to  act  as  Judge  for  him  in  his  absence.  The  annual 
stipend  of  such  Assessor  is  £40.  The  practice  of  the  Court  in  all  cases 
used  to  be  nearly  the  same  as  the  practice  of  the  Court  of  Admiralty : 
but  by  new  Eules,  made  in  pursuance  of  the  Act  25  and  26  Viet.  c.  26. 
s.  12,  the  form  of  procedure  in  civil  cases,  since  March  1, 1865,  very 
much  resembles  the  form  in  County  Courts.  Appeals  from  it  may  be 
made,  first  to  the  House  of  Congregation,  then  to  the  House  of  Convo- 
cation, (for  which  purpose  Delegates  to  hear  appeals  are  annually 
appointed  in  each  House,)  and  finally,  if  the  three  judgments  differ,  to 
the  Queen  in  Chancery. 

The  Eegistrar  of  the  Court  is  appointed  by  the  Chancellor.  He 
must  be  a  Master  of  Arts  or  a  Bachelor  of  Civil  Law.  Besides  the 
duty  of  registering  the  several  Acts  and  Orders  of  the  Court,  it  is  part 
of  his  office  to  attend  at  and  to  record  the  admissions  of  Principals  to 
the  several  Halls,  and  to  perform  all  manner  of  business,  whether  of 
contentious  or  voluntary  jurisdiction,  arising  from  the  authority  of  the 
Chancellor. 

Proctors  ad  lites,  three  in  number  at  the  least,  who  must  be  Masters 
of  Arts  or  Bachelors  of  Civil  Law,  or  else  either  Barristers  or  Solicitors, 
are  appointed  and  admitted  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  to  practise  in  the 
Court. 

Assessors  from  the  year  1766. 

1766  Robert  Chambers,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  University  and  Vinerian  Professor  of 
Common  Law ;  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall ;  afterwards  Chief  Justice 
of  Bengal 

1773  John  Cox,  B.C.L.,  St.  Mary  Hall 

1798  George  Lethicullier  Schoen,  D.C.L.,  St.  John's 

1801-  James  Blackstone,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall 

1812  John  David  Macbride,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Exeter ;  Principal  of 
Magdalen  Hall,  and  the  Lord  Almoner's  Professor  of  Arabic 

1840  John  Robert  Kenyon,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  Vinerian  Professor  of 
Common  Law 

1859  Mountague  Bernard,  B.C.L.,  All  Spuls,  Chichele  Professor  of  International 
Law  and  Diplomacy ;  afterwards  Member,  of  Her  Majesty's  Most  Hon. 
Privy  Council,  and  D.C.L. 

1871  Arthur  Robarts  Adams,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1876  THOMAS  EBSKINE  HOLLAND,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls;  Chichele  Pro- 
fessor of  International  Law  and  Diplomacy. 


PUBLIC  OBATOB. 

The  office  of  Public  Orator  was  first  permanently  established  in  1564, 
the  previous  custom  being  that  the  Chancellor  or  Vice-Chancellor 
selected  some  fit  person  on  each  occasion  to  perform  the  duties  attached 
to  it.  It  is  his  business  to  write  letters  and  addresses  and  to  make 


PUBLIC   OKATOR.  31 

orations  in  the  name  of  the  University  upon  public  occasions,  to  present 
those  on  whom  the  honorary  degree  of  Master  of  Arts  is  to  be  conferred, 
and  to  deliver  the  annual  Creweian  Oration  alternately  with  the  Pro- 
fessor of  Poetry.  He  is  one  of  those  appointed  to  adjudge  several  of 
the  University  Prizes.  He  must  be  a  Member  of  Convocation,  and  is 
elected  by  that  body.  The  stipend  originally  assigned  to  the  office  was 
a  yearly  pension  of  twenty  nobles,  £Q  13s.  4d.,  from  the  University 
Chest ;  which  was  increased  in  1811  by  a  grant  of  ,£70,  and  again  in 
1866  by  a  still  further  grant  of  <£60,  making  a  total  of  <£130  from  the 
same  source,  and  by  ,£20  from  Lord  Crewe's  benefaction. 

In  1635  King  Charles  I.  annexed  a  Canonry  of  Christ  Church  to  this 
office :  but  the  grant,  never  having  been  confirmed  by  Act  of  Parlia- 
ment, was  disregarded  in  1660,  when  Eobert  South  was  elected  Orator  ; 
and,  although  he  was  made  a  Canon  ten  years  afterwards,  that  dignity 
has  not  been  conferred  on  any  of  his  successors. 

A  Statute  made  by  the  University  Commissioners  in  1881  renders 
the  Public  Orator  subject  to  the  jurisdiction  of  the  Visitatorial  Board 
created  by  the  same  Statute. 

Orators. 

1564  Roger  Marbeck,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.  and 

Provost  of  Oriel 

1565  Thomas  Kingsmill,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor 

of  Hebrew 

1569  Toby  Mathew,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Archbishop  of  York 
1572  Arthur  Atye,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton,  and  Principal  of  Alban  Hall 
1582  Thomas  Smyth,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1594  Thomas  Wenman,  M.A.,  Balliol 
1597  Thomas  Cole,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 
1601  William  James,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1604  Isaac  Wake,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 
1621  John  King,  M.A.,  Student,  afterwards  Canon,  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1625  Philip  King,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter 
1629  William  Strode,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1645  Henry  Hammond,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
1648  Edward  Corbet,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton 
1648  Ralph  Button,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 
1660  Robert  South,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1677  Thomas  Cradocke,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1679  William  Wyatt,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall 
1712  Digby  Cotes,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall 
1746  Thomas  Lisle,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
1749  Roger  Mather,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Brasenose 
1760  Thomas  Nowell,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall,  D.D., 

and  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History 
1776  James  Bandinel,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Jesus 
1784  William  Crowe,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  New  College 
1829  John  Antony  Cramer,  M.  A.,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Principal  of 

New  Inn  Hall,  D.D. ;  afterwards  Dean  of  Carlisle 
1842  William   Jacobson,   M.A.,   Vice-Principal    of  Magdalen  Hall,   sometime 

Fellow  of  Exeter ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor  of  Divinity,  and  Bishop  of 

Chester 
Richard  Michell,  B.D.,  Vice-Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall,  sometime  Fellow 

of  Lincoln  and  Prelector  of  Logic ;   afterwards  Principal  of  Magdalen 

Hall,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Hertford  College 

1877  Thomas  Francis  Dallin,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Queen's 
1880  WILLIAM  WALTER  MERRY,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 


1842 

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32  OFFICERS   OF    THE   UNIVERSITY. 


CLEBKS  OF  THE  MARKET. 

Control  of  the  Market,  in  order  to  secure  fair  dealing  in  provisions  of 
all  kinds,  was  granted  to  the  Chancellor  by  King  Edward  III.  in  1355. 
In  the  days  when  prices  were  fixed  by  authority  it  was  the  Chancellor 
who  fixed  them  in  Oxford  ;  and  whatever  jurisdiction  in  such  matters 
can  now  be  exercised  by  magistrates  anywhere  is  exercised  by  the 
Chancellor  or  Vice-Chancellor  here.  Two  Clerks  of  the  Market  are 
annually  appointed,  one  by  the  Chancellor,  the  other  by  the  Vice- 
Chancellor.  They  must  be  either  Principals  of  Halls,  Masters  of  Arts, 
or  Bachelors  of  Divinity,  Medicine,  or  Law.  There  is  also  a  Deputy 
Clerk. 


KEEPER  OF  THE  ARCHIVES. 

This  office  was  instituted  in  1634.  It  is  the  Keeper's  duty  to  take 
charge  of  and  to  arrange  all  the  muniments  and  papers  concerning 
either  the  Estates,  Possessions,  Eights,  and  Privileges  of  the  Univer- 
sity, or  the  Endowments  of  Professorships,  and  all  the  Registers  and 
Eecords  of  the  University.  He  is  a  Delegate  of  Privileges  ex  ojficio. 
He  is  elected  by  Convocation.  The  yearly  stipend  of  the  office,  origin- 
ally .£40,  was  raised  in  1828  to  £100. 

A  Statute  made  by  the  University  Commissioners  in  1881  renders 
the  Keeper  of  the  Archives  subject  to  the  jurisdiction  of  the  Visitatorial 
Board  created  by  the  same  Statute. 

Keepers. 

1634  Brian  Twine,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Corpus 
1644  Gerard  Langbaine,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Queen's 
1658  John  Wallis,  D.D.,  Exeter,  Savilian  Professor  of  Geometry 
1703  Bernard  Gardiner,  D.C.L.,  Warden  of  All  Souls 
1726  Francis  Wise,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Trinity 
1767  John  Swinton,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Wadham 
1777  Benjamin  Buckler,  D.D ,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1781  Hon.  Thomas  Francis  Wenman,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  Regius  Pro- 
fessor of  Civil  Law 

1796  Whittington  Landon,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Worcester 
1815  James  Ingram,  B.D.,  Fellow,  afterwards  President,  of  Trinity 
1818  George  Leigh  Cooke,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus,  and  Sedleian  Professor  of 

Natural  Philosophy 

1826  Philip  Bliss,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's;  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall 
1857  JOHN  GRIFFITHS,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  Wadham, 
D.D. 

EEGISTKAB. 

The  Eegistrar  of  the  University  is  elected  by  Convocation.  He 
must  be  a  Master  of  Arts  or  a  Bachelor  of  Civil  Law.  He  attends  all 
meetings  of  the  Hebdomadal  Council,  of  both  Congregations,  and 
of  Convocation,  and  registers  all  acts,  such  as  Graces,  Admissions  to 
Degrees,  Elections,  Decrees,  Statutes,  Letters,  Addresses,  Leases,  and 


REGISTRAR.  33 

other  documents  to  which  the  common  seal  of  the  University  is 
affixed.  The  emoluments  of  the  office  formerly  varied,  depending  on 
the  number  of  persons  admitted  to  degrees  and  on  other  circumstances : 
the  annual  stipend  is  now  fixed  at  ,£600.  A  statute  made  by  the 
University  Commissioners  in  1881  renders  the  Registrar  subject  to 
the  jurisdiction  of  the  Visitatorial  Board  created  by  the  same  Statute. 

Registrars  from  the  year  1508. 

John  London,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College,  died  in  1508 

1508  Ralph  Barnack,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1517  Thomas  Fykes,  or  Fyghtkeys,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1521  James  Turbervyle,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  afterwards  Bishop  of 
Exeter 

1524  William  Tresham,  M.A.,  Merton 

1529  Robert  Tailer,  M.A.,  Merton ;  Principal  of  Alban  Hall 

1532  Richard  Smythe,  M.A. 

1535  Thomas  Key,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls;  afterwards  Master  of  University 

1552  William  Standish,  M.A.,  Magdalen 

1579  Richard  Cullen,  M.A.,  Magdalen 

1589  James  Hussey,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  New  College ;  afterwards  Prin- 
cipal of  Magdalen  Hall 

1600  Maurice  Merick,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  New  College 

1608  Thomas  French,  M.A.,  Merton 

1629  John  French,  M.A.,  Merton 

1651  William  Whittingham,  B.C.L.,  Oriel 

1659  Benjamin  Cooper,  M.A.,  Merton 

1701  George  Cooper  M.A.,  Merton 

1737  Henry  Fisher,  M.A.,  Jesus 

1761  Samuel  Forster,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Wadham 

1797  John  Gutch,  M.A.,  All  Souls 

1824  Philip  Bliss,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's ;  afterwards  Principal  of  St.  Mary 
Hall 

1853  Edward  Wetherell  Rowden,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  New  College ;  D.C.L. 

1870  EDWARD  TINDAL  TURNER,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


COLLEGES. 


THE  Colleges  are  distinct  corporate  bodies,  founded  at  various  times 
for  the  purpose  of  study,  and  nearly  (if  not  quite)  all  of  them  for  the 
purpose  of  education  also  ;  within  the  University,  but  independent  of 
it ;  governed,  as  to  their  own  concerns,  by  their  respective  Statutes ; 
each  having  a  mansion  for  the  residence  of  Members  of  the  Foundation 
and  for  the  reception  of  academical  students  ;  and  holding  property  of 
various  kinds  through  the  munificence  of  Founders  and  Benefactors. 
In  common  use  the  word  "  College"  signifies  the  mansion  of  each  Society 
as  well  as  the  Society  itself. 

Colleges  are  an  institution  peculiar  to  this  country.  There  are  none 
in  foreign  Universities,  nor  even  in  Scotland.  In  Oxford  there  are 
twenty-one  now  existing.  The  history  of  their  relation  to  the  Uni- 
versity is  too  large  a  subject  to  be  treated  here.  It  may  be  sufficient 
to  say,  that  for  more  than  four  hundred  years  previous  to  1855  no 
person  could  be  a  Member  of  the  University  who  had  not  his  name 
upon  the  books  of  some  College,  or  of  one  of  the  Academical  Halls 
which  are  described  further  on.  In  the  year  1855  a  Statute  was  made, 
by  which  Members  of  Convocation  were  permitted,  under  certain  con- 
ditions, to  open  Private  Halls  for  the  reception  of  students :  but  very 
few  have  hitherto  availed  themselves  of  the  permission.  Another 
Statute,  made  in  1868,  removed  the  old  restriction,  and  enabled  persons 
to  become  Students  and  Members  of  the  University  without  belong- 
ing to  any  College  or  Hall.  These  Students  are  commonly  called 
"  Unattached  "  (in  Latin,  Non  a?cripti). 

The  corporation  of  every  College,  except  three,  comprises  a  Head, 
Fellows  and  Scholars  in  various  numbers,  and  a  few  other  Members, 
whose  numbers,  offices,  and  titles  differ  in  different  Societies.  All  these 
are  Members  of  the  Foundation,  and  receive  stipends  from  the  corporate 
revenues.  The  three  exceptions  are  All  Souls,  Christ  Church,  and 
Keble.  At  All  Souls  there  are  no  Scholars :  at  Christ  Church,  which 
is  a  cathedral  establishment  as  well  as  an  academical  institution,  there 
is,  besides  the  Dean,  a  capitular  body  of  Canons,  while  those  who  answer 
in  most  respects  to  Fellows  are  called  Students  :  at  Keble  there  are  no 
Fellows.  At  Merton  the  Scholars  are  called  Postmasters,  at  Magdalen 
Demies  (in  Latin  Semi-Socii). 

The  Heads  of  Colleges  have  not  all  the  same  title.  The  title  is"  Master" 
at  University,  Balliol,  and  Pembroke  Colleges  ;  "  Warden"  at  Merton, 
New  College,  All  Souls,  Wadham,  and  Keble;  "Rector"  at  Exeter 
and  Lincoln  ;  "Provost"  at  Oriel,  Queen's,  and  Worcester  ;  "President" 


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at  Magdalen,  Corpus  Christi,  Trinity,  and  St.  John's  ;  "  Principal "  at 
Brasenose,  Jesus,  and  Hertford  ;  and  "  Dean  "  at  Christ  Church. 

All  the  Colleges,  except  Lincoln,  Keble,  and  Hertford,  are  now 
governed  by  Statutes  made  for  each  by  the  Commissioners  appointed 
under  the  Universities  of  Oxford  and  Cambridge  Act,  1877. 

In  Christ  Church  the  Dean,  Canons,  and  Students  are  the  Governing 
Body ;  in  Keble  the  Warden  and  Council,  in  every  other  College  the 
Head  and  Fellows.  Discipline  over  the  Junior  Members  of  each  Society 
is  exercised  by  the  Head,  his  Vicegerent,  and  certain  Officers  of  the 
College,  who  are  commonly  appointed  from  the  Fellows. 

In  almost  every  College  the  Head  is  elected  by  the  Fellows.  But 
the  Dean  of  Christ  Church  is  appointed  by  the  Crown,  the  Warden  of 
Keble  by  the  Council  of  that  College,  and  the  Principal  of  Hertford 
by  the  Chancellor  of  the  University.  Headships  are  tenable  for  life, 
but  subject  to  the  provisions  contained  in  the  new  Statutes  for  the 
retirement  on  a  pension  of  a  Head  who  has  become  permanently 
incapable  of  performing  the  duties  of  his  office,  or  for  his  deprivation 
for  grave  reasons. 

The  Fellowships  created  under  the  Statutes  of  1882  may  be  divided 
into  three  classes,  namely,  Professor  Fellowships,  Official  Fellowships, 
and  Ordinary  Fellowships,  but  the  representation  of  each  class  is  not 
provided  for  in  all  Colleges  alike.  Professor  Fellowships  are  annexed 
to  certain  University  Professorships,  and  constitute  part  of  their  emolu- 
ments ;  Official  Fellowships  are  tenable  by  the  holders  of  certain  College 
offices,  such  as  Tutors,  Chaplains,  and  Bursars,  so  long  as  they  contiuue 
to  hold  those  offices ;  Ordinary  Fellowships,  which  are  of  the  value  of 
£200  a  year,  and  are  tenable  for  seven  years  only,  may  be  awarded 
after  examination,  or  on  condition  of  the  holder  undertaking  definite 
literary  or  scientific  work  in  the  University  or  elsewhere,  or  may  be 
conferred  on  University  Professors  or  Eeaders.  The  Colleges  are  also 
empowered  to  elect  persons  of  distinction  to  Honorary  Fellowships, 
but  the  holders  of  such  Fellowships  have  no  share  in  the  government 
of  the  College,  and  derive  no  emolument  from  its  revenues. 

Scholarships  are  usually  of  the  value,  inclusive  of  all  allowances,  of 
<£80  a  year.  They  are  awarded  by  the  Head  and  Fellows  after  exami- 
nation, and  are  tenable  in  the  first  instance  for  two  years  only ;  their 
tenure  however  may  be  prolonged,  in  case  the  industry  and  good  con- 
duct of  the  Scholar  have  at  the  end  of  that  period  been  duly  certified,  for 
another  two  years,  at  the  expiration  of  which  a  further  extension  for 
one  year  is  in  special  cases  allowed.  As  a  general  rule  no  candidate  is 
eligible  for  an  Open  Scholarship  whose  age  on  the  day  of  election 
exceeds  nineteen  years. 

In  the  following  pages  the  several  Colleges  are  placed  in  the  reputed 
order  of  their  foundation. 


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UNIVEESITY  COLLEGE. 

THE  College  of  the  Great  Hall  of  the  University,  commonly  called 
University  College,  was,  according  to  popular  tradition,  founded  and 
endowed  by  King  Alfred  the  Great,  in  or  about  the  year  872.  No 
record  however  of  this  tradition  is  found  earlier  than  the  close  of  the 
fourteenth  or  the  beginning  of  the  fifteenth  century. 

The  first  historical  endowment  of  the  College  dates  from  the  year 
1249.  In  that  year  William  of  Durham,  said  to  have  been  Eector 
of  Wearmouth  and  Archdeacon  of  Durham,  bequeathed  a  sum  of  money 
to  provide  a  permanent  endowment  for  the  maintenance  of  a  certain 
number  of  "  Masters."  The  first  purchase  with  this  bequest  was  made 
in  1253,  and  the  first  Statutes  are  dated  1280. 

The  endowment  of  William  of  Durham  was  added  to  at  various  dates 
by  other  benefactors ;  among  others  by  King  Henry  IV,  at  the  instance 
of  Walter  Skirlow  or  Skirlaw,  Bishop  of  Durham,  in  1403  ;  by  Henry 
Percy,  Earl  of  Northumberland,  in  1455 ;  by  Bobert  Dudley,  Earl  of 
Leicester,  in  1587  ;  by  John  Freeston,  in  1592  ;  by  Eobert  Gunsley,  in 
1610  ;  by  Sir  Simon  Bennet,  in  1631 ;  by  Dr.  John  Badcliffe,  in  1714 ; 
and  by  Dr.  John  Browne,  in  1764. 

The  foundation  now  consists  (according  to  Statutes  made  in  1881 )  of 
a  Master,  thirteen  Fellows  (including  one  Civil  Law  Fellow),  seven- 
teen Scholars,  and  fifteen  Exhibitioners. 

The  Fellowships  are  tenable  for  seven  years,  but  this  term  may  be 
extended  under  certain  conditions. 

The  Civil  Law  Fellowship  was  founded  in  1837  by  Mary  Anne, 
Viscountess  Sidmouth,  in  honour  of  her  father,  Lord  Stowell,  some- 
time Fellow  of  this  Society.  It  is  open  to  Members  of  the  University 
of  Oxford  who  have  passed  all  the  Examinations  required  for  the  Degree 
of  Bachelor  of  Arts,  and  have  not  exceeded  twenty-eight  Terms  from 
their  Matriculation,  and  is  tenable  for  seven  years. 

The  Scholarships  are  of  the  value  of  ,£80  per  annum,  and  are  open 
to  all  who  have  not  exceeded  the  age  of  nineteen  on  the  day  of  election. 
They  are  tenable  in  the  first  instance  for  two  years,  but  this  term  is 
extended  to  four  years  in  case  of  good  conduct  and  industry,  and  may 
for  special  reasons  be  extended  to  five  years. 


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The  Heron  Exhibition  and  the  two  Lodge  Exhibitions  (annual  value 
not  exceeding  £70)  are  open  to  all  persons  in  need  of  support  at  the 
University  who  are  not  more  than  twenty-one  years  old  or  of  more  than 
six  Terms'  standing. 

The  three  Freeston  Exhibitions  (value  ,£50)  are  confined  in  the  first 
instance  to  the  Grammar  Schools  of  Normanton,  Wakefield,  Pontefract, 
and  Swillington,  and  the  four  Gunsley  Exhibitions  (value  not  less  than 
£4:5)  to  the  Grammar  Schools  of  Rochester  and  Maidstone. 

All  the  above  Exhibitions  are  held  on  the  same  tenure  as  the 
Scholarships. 


MASTERS. 

1332  Roger  de  Aswardby 
1362  John  de  Pocklyngton 
1378  William  de  Kexby 
1392  Thomas  Foston 
1396  Thomas  Duffield 
1398  Edmund  Lacy 
1403  John  Appleton 
1413  John  Castle,  or  Castell 
1420  Robert  Burton 
1426  Richard  Wytton 
1430  Thomas  Benwell,  or  Benyngwell 
1441  JohnMarton 
1474  William  Gregford 
1488  John     Rokysburgh,    or    Rokes- 

borough 

1509  Ralph  Hamsterley 
1518  Leonard  Hutchinson 

1546  John  Crayford 

1547  Richard  Salveyn 
1551  George  Ellison 

1557  Anthony  Salveyn 

1558  James  Dxigdale 


1561  Thomas  Key 

1572  William  James 

1584  Anthony  Gate 

1597  George  Abbot 

1609  John  Bancroft 

1632  Thomas  Walker 

1648  Joshua  Hoyle 

1655  Francis  Johnson 

1660  Thomas  Walker  restored 

1665  Richard  Clayton 

1676  Obadiah  Walker 

1689  Edward  Ferrar 

1691  Thomas  Bennett 

1692  Arthur  Charlett 
1722  Thomas  Cockman 
1744  John  Browne 
1764  Nathan  Wetherell 
1808  James  Griffith 
1821  George  Rowley 

1836  Frederick  Charles  Plumptre 
1870  George  Granville  Bradley 
1881  JAMES  FBANCK  BEIGHT. 


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II.  BALLIOL  COLLEGE. 

FOUNDED  by  John  Balliol,  of  Barnard  Castle  in  the  county  of  Dur- 
ham, and  Dervorgilla  his  wife  (parents  of  John  Balliol,  King  of  Scot- 
land). The  foundation  had  been  commenced  during  the  lifetime  of 
John  Balliol,  who  died  in  1269.  The  House  was  permanently  endowed 
by  his  widow,  who  in  the  year  1282  gave  to  it  the  earliest  statutes.  Its 
revenues  were  augmented  by  the  munificence  of  succeeding  Benefactors, 
particularly  of  Sir  William  Felton  and  Sir  Philip  Somervyle. 

There  are  now  fourteen  Fellowships  and  fifteen  Scholarships  on  the 
old  foundation  at  this  College  ;  the  latter  of  about  ,£80  a-year,  open  to 
candidates  under  nineteen  years  of  age.  There  are  five  Scholarships 
of  £60  a-year,  for  persons  educated  at  Blundell's  School,  Tiverton,  on 
the  foundation  of  Mr.  Peter  Blundell ;  one  of  which  is  to  be  filled  up 
annually  by  examination  at  the  School.  There  are  four  Mathematical 
Scholarships,  tenable  for  four  years,  of  the  value  of  ,£80  a-year.  There 
are  also  eight  Scholarships,  of  £SO  a-year,  tenable  for  four  years,  "  for 
the  encouragement  of  the  study  of  Law  arid  History,  and  of  the  study 
of  Natural  Science,  in  order  to  qualify  Students  for  the  professions  of 
Law  and  Medicine  respectively,"  founded  by  Hannah,  daughter  of  the 
late  Francis  Brakenbury,  as  a  grateful  memorial  of  her  deceased 
brothers,  James  B.  Brakenbury  and  Ealph  Brakenbury,  and  in  recog- 
nition of  an  ancient  connection  between  the  families  of  Balliol  and 
Brakenbury. 

Three  Exhibitions  (or  more,  according  to  circumstances)  of  ,£70 
a-year  are  annually  offered  by  the  College  for  open  competition  among 
all  Candidates  who  have  not  completed  the  eighth  Term  from  their 
matriculation.  There  are  also  a  certain  number  of  Minor  Exhibitions 
of  £4:0  a  year. 

The  Warner  Exhibition  (founded  in  1667  by  John  Warner,  Bishop 
of  Rochester)  of  about  <£90  a  year,  is  confined  to  natives,  or  those  whose 
fathers  were  natives,  of  Scotland. 

All  these  Scholarships  and  Exhibitions,  under  the  regulations  of  the 
Oxford  University  Commission  of  1882,  are  tenable  for  two  years; 
there  is  a  power  of  renewal  for  two  years  longer  if  the  College  are 
satisfied  with  the  Scholar  or  Exhibitioner  ;  and  a  further  power  of 


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extension  to  five  years  for  special  reasons.  They  can  only  be  held 
during  residence. 

The  Snell  Exhibitions  (ten  in  number  at  present)  were  added  in 
1677  by  John  Snell,  Esquire.  The  nomination  to  them  is  vested  in 
the  Principal  and  Professors  of  Glasgow  University,  and  the  election 
in  the  Master  and  Fellows  of  this  College.  One  or  two  of  these  are 
annually  filled  up  by  an  examination  held  at  Glasgow.  They  are 
tenable  during  residence  for  five  years. 

Two  Exhibitions  of  ,£100  a-year,  tenable  during  residence  for  four 
years,  have  been  founded  under  the  will  of  Richard  Jenkyns,  D.D.,  a 
former  Master  of  the  College ;  to  be  filled  up  by  competition  among 
those  members  of  the  College  who  have  not  exceeded  sixteen  Terms  of 
academical  standing. 


PROCURATORS. 

1  Hugo  de  Hertipoll 
William  de  Menyll 

PRINCIPALS  or  WARDENS. 

1282  Walter  de  Foderingey 
1296  Hugh  de  Warkenby 
1303  Stephen  de  Cornwall 
1309  Richard  de  Chickwell 
1321  Thomas  de  Waldeby 
1323  Henry  deSeton 
1327  Nicholas  de  Luceby 
1332  John  de  Pocklyngton 

MASTERS. 

1340  Hugh  de  Corbrygge 
1349  William  Kirnessale 
1356  Robert  de  Derby 

William  de  Kingston 
1361  JohnWycliff 
1366  JohnHugate 
1371  Thomas  Tyrwhyt 
1397  Humardus  Askham 
1406  William  Lambert,  or  Lambard 
1412  Thomas  Chase 
1423  Robert  Burleigh 
1429  Robert  Stapylton 
1432  William  Brandon 
1451  Robert  Thwaites 
1461  William  Lambton 
1472  JohnSegden 
1477  Robert  Abdy 


1494  William  Bell 

1497  Richard  Bernyngham 

1512  Thomas  Cisson 

1518  Richard  Stubbys 

1525  William  Whyte 

1539  George  Cootes,  or  Cotys 

1545  William  Wryght 

1547  James  Brokes 

1555  William  Wryght  again 

1559  Francis  Babington 

1560  Anthony  Garnet 
1563  Robert  Hooper 

1570  John  Piers 

1571  Adam  Squire 
1580  Edmund  Lilly 
1610  Robert  Abbot 
1617  John  Parkhurst 
1637  Thomas  Lawrence 
1648  George  Bradshaw 
1651  Henry  Savage 
1672  Thomas  Good 
1678  John  Venn 

1687  Roger  Mander 
1706  John  Baron 
1723  Joseph  Hunt 
1726  Theophilus  Leigh 
1785  John  Davy 
1798  John  Parsons 
1819  Richard  Jenkyns 
1854  Robert  Scott 
1870  BENJAMIN  JOWETT. 


Where  dates  are  wanting,  they  are  either  unknown  or  doubtful 


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III.  MERTON  COLLEGE. 

THIS  College,  originally  called  the  House  of  Scholars  of  Merton,  was 
founded  in  the  year  1264,  at  Maiden  in  Surrey,  by  Walter  de  Merton, 
sometime  Chancellor  of  England,  and  afterwards  Bishop  of  Rochester. 
The  first  body  of  Statutes  was  given  by  the  Founder  in  1264,  the  third 
and  last  in  1274,  in  which  year  the  House  of  the  Scholars  was  removed 
to  Oxford. 

Subsequent  benefactors  were— in  1380,  John  Wyllyott,  D.D.,  Chan- 
cellor of  Exeter,  who  invested  his  Estates  in  the  College  for  the  main- 
tenance of  Portionistse,  since  called  Post-Masters;  in  1604,  John 
Chamber,  Fellow  of  Eton,  Canon  of  Windsor,  who  left  moneys  for  the 
maintenance  of  two  Post-Masters  and  one  Fellow,  to  be  elected  from 
Foundationers  of  Eton ;  in  1753,  Henry  Jackson,  sometime  M.A.  of 
this  College,  and  afterwards  Minon  Canon  of  St.  Paul's,  who  founded 
certain  Exhibitions. 

Under  the  new  Statutes  made  by  the  University  of  Oxford  Commis- 
sioners in  1881,  the  number  of  Fellowships  with  emolument  is  not  to 
be  less  than  nineteen  and  may  be  raised  to  twenty-six.  Subject  to 
certain  reservations,  these  Fellowships  are  tenable  for  seven  years. 
Most  of  them  are  awarded  upon  the  results  of  an  examination,  but  the 
College  is  empowered,  within  certain  limits,  to  elect  without  examina- 
tion any  Professor  or  Public  Eeader  in  the  University  ;  any  person  of 
eminence  in  Literature,  Science,  or  Art,  who  shall  undertake  literary, 
scientific,  or  educational  work ;  and  any  person  who  has  been  appointed 
to  act  as  Bursar,  Tutor,  or  Lecturer  of  the  College. 

The  number  of  Postmasterships,  or  Scholarships,  is  eighteen,  but 
may  be  increased.  Provision  is  made  for  their  being  assigned,  in  a 
definite  rotation,  to  Classics,  Mathematics,  and  Natural  Science  re- 
spectively. Their  annual  value  is  ,£80,  inclusive  of  rooms  and  all 
allowances.  They  are  tenable  for  two  years  from  the  day  of  election, 
but  may  be  renewed  for  a  further  period  of  two  years,  if  the  Warden 
and  Fellows,  after  receiving  a  report  from  the  Tutors,  shall  declare 
themselves  satisfied  with  the  Postmaster's  industry  and  good  conduct. 
Under  special  circumstances,  they  may  be  again  extended  for  one  year 


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longer.  No  person  is  eligible  to  a  Postmastersliip  who  has  exceeded 
the  age  of  nineteen  on  the  day  of  election. 

Two  of  these  Postmasterships,  being  Chambers  Postmasterships,  are 
still  reserved  to  Candidates  educated  at  Eton  College,  if  any  shall  pre- 
sent themselves  "  of  sufficient  merit  for  election." 

There  are  also  four  Exhibitions  of  £QQ  a-year,  to  which  persons 
are  eligible  without  restriction  of  age.  These  are  awarded  after  the 
same  examinations  and  under  the  same  conditions  as  the  Postmaster- 
ships. 

There  is  also  an  Exhibition  Fund,  which  is  formed  for  the  purpose 
of  assisting  poor  students  and  of  promoting  study  among  the  Under- 
graduate Members  of  the  College. 

On  the  resignation  of  the  last  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall  in  1882, 
that  institution  (said  to  date  from  the  early  part  of  the  fifteenth  cen- 
tury) became,  by  virtue  of  a  Statute  made  by  the  University  of  Oxford 
Commissioners  in  1881,  united  with  Merton  College,  in  which  its  pro- 
perty, site,  and  buildings  are  now  vested. 


WARDENS. 

1272  Peter  de  Abendon,  alias  Lakyng 

1286  Richard  Warblysdon 

1295  John  de  la  More 

1299  John  Wanting 

1328  Robert  Treng 

1351  William  Durant 

1375  JohnBloxham 

1387  JohnWendover 

1398  Edmund  Beckyngham 

1416  Thomas  Rodborne 

1417  Robert  Gilbert 
1421  Henry  de  Abendon 
1438  EliasHolcot 

1455  Henry  Sever,  or  Sewer 
1471  JohnGygur 
1483  Richard  Fitzjames 

1507  Thomas  Harpur 

1508  Richard  Rawlyns 
1521  Rowland  Philipps 
1525  John  Chamber 
1544  Henry  Tyndall 


1545  Thomas  Raynolda 
1559  James  Gervays 
1562  John  Man 
1569  Thomas  Bickley 
1585  Henry  Savile 
1621  Nathaniel  Brent 

1645  William  Harvey 

1646  Nathaniel  Brent  again 
1651  Jonathan  Goddard 

1660  Edward  Reynolds 

1661  Sir  Thomas  Clayton 
1693  Richard  Lydall 
1704  Edmund  Marten 
1709  John  Holland 

1734  Robert  Wyntle 

1750  John  Robinson 

1759  Henry  Barton 

1790  Scrope  Berdmore 

1810  Peter  Vaughan 

1826  Robert  Bullock-Marsham 

1881  Hon.GEOKGE  CHARLES  BRODRICK. 


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IV.  EXETER  COLLEGE. 

THIS  College  was  founded  by  Walter  de  Stapledon,  Bishop  of  Exeter, 
in  1316  ;  and  was  incorporated  by  charter  of  Queen  Elizabeth  in  1565, 
under  the  name  of  Exeter  College  in  the  University  of  Oxford ;  and 
enlarged  by  a  second  endowment  given  in  that  year  by  Sir  William 
Petre,  Knight. 

There  are  at  present  twelve  Fellowships,  including  the  Chaplain 
Fellowship. 

There  are  twenty-one  or  more  Foundation  Scholarships :  of  these, 
eight  (called  Stapledon  Scholarships)  are  limited  to  persons  born  or 
educated  in  the  Diocese  of  Exeter,  and  either  one  or  two  (called  King 
Charles  the  First's  Scholarships)  to  persons  born  in  any  of  the  Channel 
Islands,  or  educated  at  Victoria  College,  Jersey,  or  Elizabeth  College, 
Guernsey.  The  rest  of  the  Scholarships  are  open.  Four  are  usually 
awarded  for  proficiency  in  Mathematics,  and  four  for  proficiency  in 
Natural  Science.  The  College  exercises  the  power  of  adding  to  the 
number  of  Open  Scholarships. 

The  Stapledon  Scholarships  are  of  the  value  of  not  less  than  .£60  a 
year  ;  the  remainder  of  £80. 

If  no  duly  qualified  candidates  present  themselves  for  the  limited 
Scholarships,  these  also  may  for  the  time  be  thrown  open. 

The  election  to  the  Open  Scholarships  takes  place  in  Hilary  Term. 
Candidates  for  all  the  above-mentioned  Scholarships  must  be  under 
nineteen  years  of  age. 

There  is  also  a  Scholarship  founded  by  Mr.  George  Eedsull  Carter  of 
the  value  of  ,£80  a  year,  for  which  persons  born  in  the  County  of  Kent 
who  are  already  members  of  the  College  have  a  preference  cseteris  paribus 
over  other  candidates.  Subject  to  this  reservation  the  Carter  Scholar- 
ship is  open. 

Two  Scholarships  have  been  founded  by  Miss  Marianne  Frances 
Hasker,  "  for  the  advancement  of  sound  learning  and  for  the  encourage- 
ment of  the  study  of  Theology  by  persons  intending  to  take  Holy 
Orders."  These  Scholarships  are  open  to  all  persons  born  British 
subjects. 


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There  are  various  Exhibitions  in  the  gift  of  the  College.  Of  these, 
two  have  the  same  limitation  as  King  Charles  the  First's  Scholarships, 
one  (How)  is  limited  to  sons  of  clergymen  with  preference  for  the 
Founder's  kin,  or,  in  default  of  these,  for  sons  of  clergymen  resident  in 
the  County  of  Somerset  or  of  Devon ;  one  (Gilford)  is  limited  in  the 
first  instance  to  Candidates  educated  at  Ashburton  School;  two  (Symes 
and  Michell)  are  restricted  to  students  of  Divinity  who  are  of  not  less 
than  two  Terms'  standing  in  the  University  ;  one  (Eichards)  to  persons 
already  members  of  the  College.  The  other  Exhibitions  are  open, 
and  are  awarded  for  proficiency  in  Classics  and  in  the  various  subjects 
of  the  Final  Schools.  The  College  has  power  to  add  to  the  number  of 
Open  Exhibitions.  Candidates  for  any  Exhibition  must  be  in  need  of 
assistance  at  the  University. 

There  is  no  limitation  of  age  for  the  Carter  and  Hasker  Scholarships 
or  for  the  Exhibitions. 


PERPETUAL  RECTORS,  THE  OFFICE 

HAVING  BEEN  ANNUAL  BEFOBE. 

1566  JohnNeale 
1570  Robert  Newton 
1578  Thomas  Glasier 
1592  Thomas  Holland 
1612  John  Prideaux 
1642  George  Hakewill 
1649  JohnConant 
1662  Joseph  Maynard 
1666  Arthur  Bury 
1690  William  Paynter 


1716  Matthew  Hole 

1730  John  Conybeare 

1733  Joseph  Atwell 

1737  James  Edgcumbe 

1750  Francis  Webber 

1771   Thomas  Bray  . 

1785  Thomas  Stinton 

1797  Henry  Richards 

1808  John  Cole 

1819  John  Collier  Jones 

1838  Joseph  Loscombe  Richards 

1854  JOHN  PKIDEAUX  LIGHTFOOT. 


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V.  OKIEL  COLLEGE. 

THIS  College  was  founded  by  Edward  II.  in  1326,  on  the  suggestion 
of  Adam  de  Brome,  his  almoner,  for  a  Provost  and  ten  Fellows.  The 
number  of  Fellowships  was  subsequently  increased  to  eighteen  by 
various  benefactions.  Four  were  founded  by  John  Frank,  Master  of 
the  Eolls,  who  died  A.D.  1441 ;  one  by  John  Carpenter,  Bishop  of 
Worcester,  about  the  year  1476 ;  one  by  William  Smyth,  Bishop  of 
Lincoln,  1567  ;  and  two  by  Kichard  Dudley,  Chancellor  of  the  Church 
of  Salisbury,  1529.  Queen  Anne  annexed  to  the  Provostship  a  Canonry 
of  Rochester,  which  has  since  been  severed  from  it  under  Statutes 
made  by  the  University  Commissioners  of  1877,  and  is  now  annexed 
to  the  Oriel  Professorship  of  the  Interpretation  of  Holy  Scripture. 

Several  Exhibitions  and  Scholarships  were  founded  in  this  College 
by  different  Benefactors  :  viz.  six,  of  inconsiderable  value,  by  Richard 
Dudley,  above  mentioned  ;  three  by  Dr.  Robinson,  Bishop  of  London, 
1718 ;  four  under  the  Will  of  Henry,  Duke  of  Beaufort,  1744 ;  two 
under  that  of  Mrs.  Ludwell,  1761 ;  one  (the  Rutland  Exhibition),  by 
the  Rev.  Richard  Twopeny,  1838 ;  and  two  under  the  Will  of  Dr. 
Ireland,  Dean  of  Westminster,  1842. 

By  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  under  the  Universities  Act 
1877  the  number  of  Fellows  (exclusive  of  Professor  Fellows)  will  be 
gradually  reduced  to  twelve.  The  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History 
and  the  Oriel  Professor  of  the  Interpretation  of  Holy  Scripture  will  be 
Professor  Fellows. 

Under  the  same  Statutes  there  are  at  least  ten  Scholarships  and 
four  Exhibitions,  called  the  Exhibitions  of  Adam  de  Brome,  tenable 
for  four  years  (which  may  be  extended  for  special  reasons  to  five 
years) ;  the  value  of  each  of  these  Scholarships  and  Exhibitions  (during 
residence)  being  £80  per  annum.  Candidates  for  these  Exhibitions 
must  be  deserving  persons  in  need  of  support  at  the  University ;  to 
a  Scholarship  no  one  is  eligible  who  has  attained  the  age  of  nineteen 
years. 

There  are  also  nine  Exhibitions  besides  those  last  above  named,  and 
two  Bible  Clerkships. 


ORIEL. 


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'    PROVOSTS. 
1326  Adam  de  Brome 
1332  William  de  Leverton 
1347  William  de  Hawkesworth 
1349  William  de  Daventrie 
1373  John  de  Colyntre 
1386  John  de  Middleton 
1394  JohndeMaldon 
1402  JohndePossell 
1410  William  de  Corffe 
1415  Thomas  de  Leintwarden 
1420  Henry  Kayle 
1425  Nicholas  Kerry 
1430  John  Carpenter 
1443  Walter  Lyhert,  le  Hart,  or  Hart 
1446  JohnHalse 
1449  Henry  Sampson 
1476  Thomas  Ha wkyns 
1479  John  Taylor    ' 
1493  Thomas  Cornish 
1507  Edmund  Wylsford 


1516  James  More 
1530  Thomas  Ware 
1538  Henry  Mynne 
1540  William  Haynes 
1550  John  Smyth 

1565  Roger  Marbeck 

1566  John  Belly 

1573  Anthony  Blencowe 
1618  William  Lewis 
1621  JohnTolson 
1644  JohnSaunders 
1653  Robert  Say 
1691  George  Royse 
1708  George  Carter 
1727  Walter  Hodges 
1757  Chardin  Musgrave 
1768  John  Clarke 
1781  JohnEveleigh 
1814  Edward  Copleston 
1828  Edward  Hawkins 
1882  DAVID  BINNING  MONBO. 


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VI.    THE   QUEEN'S  COLLEGE. 

FOUNDED  in  1340,  0.  S.,  by  Eobert  Eglesfield,  Chaplain  to  Philippa, 
Queen  of  Edward  III,  from  whom  it  is  called  the  Queen's  College. 

Under  the  new  Statutes  (1882)  the  College  consists  of  a  Provost,  from 
fourteen  to  sixteen  Fellows,  about  twenty-five  Scholars  (of  whom  four  or 
five,  to  be  called  Eglesfield  Scholars,  are,  if  suitable  candidates  present 
themselves,  to  be  natives  of  Cumberland  or  Westmoreland),  and  two 
Bible-Clerks. 

An  additional  Scholarship  was  founded  by  the  late  Bev.  Sir  E.  K. 
Jodrell,  Bart.,  M.A.,  of  the  College,  in  memory  of  his  father. 

The  Hastings  Exhibitions  are  open  to  candidates  from  the  schools  of 
Carlisle  and  St.  Bees  in  Cumberland,  Appleby  and  Heversham  in  West- 
moreland, Bradford,  Doncaster,  Giggleswick,  Leeds,  Bichmond,  Eipon, 
Sedbergh,  Wakefield,  and  York,  in  Yorkshire. 

There  are  also  Exhibitions  in  the  gift  of  the  College,  (Fitzgerald) 
for  natives  of  Middlesex,  (Thanet)  for  boys  from  Appleby  School, 
(Fox)  for  natives  of  Cumberland  and  Westmoreland  educated  at 
St.  Bees  School,  (Dixon)  for  natives  of  Whitehaven,  (Wilson)  for  boys 
from  Kirkby  Lonsdale  and  Kendal  schools,  besides  others  of  smaller 
value. 

The  Tylney  Exhibitioner  is  nominated  by  the  owner  of  Tylney  Hall ; 
the  Thomas  Exhibitions,  for  sons  or  orphans  of  clergymen  in  the  Diocese 
of  Carlisle,  and  the  Berry  Exhibitions,  for  sons  of  clergy  in  the 
Diocese  of  Manchester,  are  in  the  gift  of  Trustees,  of  whom  the 
Provost  is  one. 


PROVOSTS. 

1340  Richard  de  Retteford 

William  de   Muskam,  or   Mus- 

champe 

1350  John  de  Hotham 
1361?  Henry  de  Whitfelde 
1377  Thomas  de  Carlile 
1404  Roger  Whelpdale,  or  Quelpdale 
1421  Walter  Bell 
1426  Rowland  Bires,  or  del  Byrys 


1432  Thomas  de  Eglesfeld 
1442  William  Spenser 
1460  John  Peyrson,  or  Pereson 
1483  Henry  Boost,  or  Bost 
1487  Thomas  Langton 
1495  Christopher  Bainbrigg 
1508  Edward  Rigge 
1515  John  a  Pantry,  or  Pantre 
1534  William  Devenysh,   Denyse,  or 
Dennyson 


QUEENS. 


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1559  Hugh  Hodgson 
1561  Thomas  Francis 
1563  Lancelot  Shawe 
1565  Alan  Scot 
1575  Bartholomew  Bousfield 
1581  Henry  Robinson 
1599  Henry  Airay 
1616  Barnabas  Potter 
1626  Christopher  Potter 
1646  Gerard  Langbaine 
1658  Thomas  Barlow 


1677  Timothy  Haeton 

1704  William  Lancaster 

1717  John  Gibson 

1730  Joseph  Smith 

1756  Joseph  Browne 

1767  Thomas  Fothergill 

1796  Septimus  CoUinson 

1827  John  Fox 

1855  William  Thomson 

1862  William  Jackson 

1878  JOHN  EICHAKD  MAGKATH. 


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VII.    NEW  COLLEGE. 

THIS  College  was  founded  by  William  of  Wykeham,  Bishop  of  Win- 
chester, and  sometime  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  England,  undeij  a 
Charter  of  Eichard  the  Second,  dated  30th  June,  1379,  and  a  Deed  of 
Foundation  dated  26th  November,  1379,  for  a  Warden,  seventy  Fellows 
and  Scholars,  ten  Chaplains,  three  Clerks,  and  sixteen  Choristers. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Oxford  University  Commissioners  in 
1881,  and  approved  by  the  Queen  in  Council,  May  3, 1882,  the  Fellow- 
ships hereafter  are  to  be  divided  into  three  classes,  viz.  Professor 
Fellowships,  Tutorial, Fellowships,  and  Ordinary  Fellowships. 

The  Professor  Fellowships  are  to  be  five  in  number,  and  are  to  be 
annexed  to  the  Savilian  Professorships  of  Geometry  and  Astronomy ; 
the  Professorship  of  Logic  ;  a  Professorship  of  Ancient  History  ;  and 
a  Professorship  of  Physics  ;  and  the  holders  of  the  last  three  Professor- 
ships are  to  be  called  Wykeham  Professors. 

The  Tutorial  Fellowships  are  to  be  so  many,  not  exceeding  ten,  in 
number,  as  the  Warden  and  Fellows  may  deem  necessary. 

The  Ordinary  Fellowships  are  to  be  not.  less  than  fourteen  in  number, 
nor  more  than  will  make  up  the  whole  number  of  Fellowships  to 
thirty-six,  including  any  Fellowship  to  which  a  Bursar  may  have  been 
elected. 

So  soon  as  the  revenues  of  the  College  will  permit,  two  Ordinary 
Fellowships  (called  respectively  Winchester  and  Open  Fellowships)  are 
to  be  filled  up  annually  by  competition.  One  of  these  is  to  be  open  to 
all  persons  who  shall  have  been  educated  for  at  least  two  years  in  the 
School  of  Winchester  College,  or  have  been  for  at  least  twelve  Terms 
members  of  New  College ;  the  other  is  to  be  open  to  all  persons  who 
shall  have  passed  all  the  Examinations  required  by  the  University  for 
the  Degree  of  B.A. 

The  Scholarships  are  to  be  divided  into  two  Classes,  respectively 
called  Winchester  Scholarships  and  Open  Scholarships. 

The  Winchester  Scholarships  are  to  be  so  many  as  will  enable  the 
Warden  and  Fellows  to  elect  to  six  such  Scholarships  in  each  year, 
from  the  boys  receiving  education  in  the  School  of  Winchester  College ; 


NEW   COLLEGE. 


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no  distinction  being  made  between  members  of  the  foundation  of  Win- 
chester College  and  boys  not  members  thereof. 

The  Open  Scholarships  are  to  be  so  many  as  will  enable  the  Warden 
and  Fellows  to  elect  to  four  Open  Scholarships  in  each  year. 

No  Candidate  is  eligible  to  an  Open  Scholarship  whose  age  on  the  day 
of  election  shall  exceed  nineteen  years. 

The  emoluments  of  a  Scholarship,  inclusive  of  rooms  and  all  allow- 
ances, if  any,  are  to  be  .£80  a-year. 

Every  Scholarship  is  tenable  for  two  years  from  the  day  of  election  ; 
but  the  tenure  may  be  prolonged  for  a  further  period  of  two  years ;  and, 
for  special  reasons,  for  one  year  more. 

A  fund  is  to  be  established  for  the  purpose  of  maintaining  Exhibitions 
to  be  held  by  Undergraduate  Members  of  the  College. 

The  Choir  is  to  consist  of  such  a  number  of  Chaplains,  Lay-Clerks, 
and  Choristers,  as  the  Warden  and  Fellows  shall  from  time  to  time 
determine.  At  present  it  consists  of  three  Chaplains,  eight  Lay-Clerks, 
and  sixteen  Choristers. 


WARDENS. 

1376  Richard  de  Tonworthe 

1379  Nicholas  de  Wykeham 

1389  Thomas  de  Cranleigh,  or  Cranley 

1397  Richard  Malford 

1403  JohnBowke 

1429  William  Estcourt 

1435  Nicholas  Ossulbury 

1454  Thomas  Chaundler 

1475  Walter  Hyll 

1494  William  Porter 

1520  John  Rede 

1521  John  Young 
1526  John  London 
1542  Henry  Cole 
1551  Ralph  Skinner 
1553  Thomas  Whyte 
1573  Martyn  Colepeper 
1599  George  Ryves 
1613  Arthur  Lake 


1617  Robert  Pincke 

1647  Henry  Stringer 

1649  George  Marshall 

1658  Michael  Woodward 

1675  JohnNic#$as 

1679  Henry  Bee&on     , 

1701  Richard  Traffics 

1703  Thomas  Brathwaite 

1712  JohnCobb 

1720  JohnDobson 

1725  Henry  Bigg 

1730  John  Coxed 

1740  JohnPurnell 

1764  Thomas  Hay  ward 

1768  John  Oglander 

1794  Samuel  Gauntlett 

1822  Philip  Nicholas  Shuttleworth 

1840  David  Williams 

1860  JAMES  EDWARDS  SEWELL. 


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VIII.    LINCOLN    COLLEGE. 

FOUNDED  by  Eichard  Fleming,  Bishop  of  Lincoln,  in  1427,  for 
a  Eector  and  seven  Fellows ;  and  greatly  augmented  by  Thomas 
Botherham,  Bishop  of  Lincoln,  and  afterwards  Archbishop  of  York 
and  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  England,  who  added  five  Fellowships, 
and  gave  a  new  body  of  Statutes  in  1479. 

Scholarships  were  given  by  different  Benefactors,  the  chief  of  whom 
were  Lord  Crewe,  Bishop  of  Durham,  Eichard  Hutchins,  D.D.,  and 
John  Eadford,  D.D.,  Sectors. 

One  Scholarship  was  founded  in  1847  by  Mrs.  Tatham,  widow  of 
Edward  Tatham,  D.D.,  Eector ;  and  in  1857  the  Eev.  Henry  Usher 
Matthews,  M.A.,  left  by  Will  certain  moneys  for  the  foundation  of  an 
Open  Scholarship,  and  also  of  an  Exhibition  from  Shrewsbury  School. 

The  existing  Statutes,  enacted  under  the  authority  of  a  Parliamentary 
Commission  in  1855,  provide  for  a  Eector,  ten  Fellows,  and  fourteen 
Scholars,  on  the  Foundation.  Other  Scholarships  are  added  from  time 
to  time  from  the  proceeds  of  two  suspended  Fellowships. 


EECTOES. 
William  Chamberleyn 
1435  JohnBeke 
1460  John  Tristrope 
1480  George  Strangwayes 
1488  William  Bethome 
1493  Thomas  Banke 
1503  Thomas  Drax 
1519  John  Cottisford 
1539  HughWeston 
1556  Christopher  Hargreve 
1558  Henry  Heronshaw,  or  Henshaw 
1560  Francis  Babington 
1563  John  Bridgwater 
1574  John  Tatham 


1577  John  Underbill 
1590  Eichard  Kilbye 
1620  Paul  Hood 
1668  Hon.  Nathaniel  Crewe 
1672  Thomas  Marshall 
1685  Fitzherbert  Adams 
1719  JohnMorley 
1731  Eusebylsham 
1755  Eichard  Hutchins 
1781  Charles  Mortimer 
1784  John  Horner 
1792  Edward  Tatham 
1834  John  Eadford 
1851  James  Thompson 
1861  MAEK  PAITISON. 


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IX.   ALL  SOULS  COLLEGE. 

FOUNDED  in  1437,  by  Henry  Chichele,  sometime  Fellow  of  New 
College,  and  successively  Bishop  of  St.  David's  and  Archbishop 
of  Canterbury,  for  a  Warden,  forty  Fellows,  two  Chaplains,  and 
Clerks. 

The  Statutes  which  came  into  operation  on  May  3,  1882,  make 
provision  for  the  following  Fellowships: 

Fourteen  to  be  filled  up  after  examination  in  subjects  connected 

with  the  studies  of  Law  and  History ; 
Seven  to  be  filled  up  after  examination  in  such  other  subjects  as 

the  Warden  and  Fellows  may  from  time  to  time  determine ; 
Seven  to  be  filled  up  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Warden  and 
four  Fellows,  the  Bodleian  Librarian,  and  three  persons  appointed 
by  the  Hebdomadal  Council,  tenable  on  condition  of  under- 
taking some  literary  or  scientific  work  in  or  under  the  direction 
of  the  College  or  University ; 
Three  tenable  in  connection  with  certain  College  offices  by  persons 

who  have  been  Fellows ; 

Two  tenable  in  connection  with  certain  University  offices  by  per- 
sons who  have  been  Fellows ; 

Twelve  tenable  by  persons  who  have  been  Fellows  under  the  pro- 
visions of  these  Statutes,  with  an  annual  emolument  of  £50  ; 
Five  tenable  in  connection,  respectively,  with  the  Chichele  Chair 
of  International  Law,  the  Chichele  Chair  of  Modern  History,  the 
Eegius  Chair  of  Civil  Law,  the  Vinerian  Chair  of  English  Law, 
the  Chair  of  Political  Economy. 

The  College  may  also  elect  to  Fellowships  without  emolument  not 
more  than  three  persons  who  have  attained  distinction  in  the  service 
of  the  Crown,  the  profession  of  the  law,  in  literature,  science,  or  art : 
and  may  also  elect  any  Public  Reader  of  the  University  whose  Chair  is 
wholly  or  partly  endowed  by  the  College  to  a  Fellowship  without 
emolument  tenable  during  his  tenure  of  office. 

Except  where  the  contrary  is  stated,  these  Fellowships  are  all 
tenable  for  seven  years  and  are  of  the  annual  value  of  ,£200. 

E  2 


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ALL  SOULS. 


The  Reading  Room  of  the  Codrington  Library  is  open  to  Graduates 
of  the  University,  to  Barristers  on  the  Oxford  Circuit,  and  to  other 
persons  properly  recommended,  from  11  A.M.  to  4  P.M.  daily — the 
months  of  August  and  September,  all  Sundays,  and  some  few  other 
days  being  excepted. 


WARDENS. 

1437  Richard  Andrew 

1443  Roger  Keyes 

1445  William  Kele 

1459  William  Poteman 

1466  JohnStokys 

1494  Thomas  Hobbys 

1503  William  Broke  or  Brook 

1524  JohnCoale 

1527  Robert  Woodward 

1534  Roger  Stokeley 

1536  John  Warner 

1556  Seth  Holland 

1558  John  Pope 

1558  John  Warner  again 

1565  Richard  Barber 

1571  Robert  Hoveden 


1614  Richard  Moket 

1618  Richard  Astley 

1636  Gilbert  Sheldon 

1648  John  Palmer,  alias  Vaulx 

1660  Gilbert  Sheldon  restored 

1661  John  Meredith 
1665  Thomas  James 

1687  Hon.  Leopold  William  Finch 
1702  Bernard  Gardiner 
1726  Stephen  Niblett 
1766  Hon.  John  Tracy 
1793  Edmund  Isham 
1817  Hon.  Edward  Legge 
1827  Lewis  Sneyd 
1858  Francis  Knyvett  Leighton 
1881  Sir  WILLIAM  REYNELL  ANSON, 
Bail. 


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X.    ST.  MARY  MAGDALEN  COLLEGE. 

THIS  College  was  founded  in  1458,  by  William  of  Waynflete,  suc- 
cessively Head  Master  of  Winchester  and  Eton  Colleges,  and  Provost 
of  Eton,  Bishop  of  Winchester,  and  at  the  same  time  Lord  High  Chan- 
cellor of  England,  for  a  President,  forty  Fellows,  thirty  Scholars  called 
Demies,  a  Schoolmaster,  an  Usher,  four  Chaplains,  a  Steward,  an 
Organist,  eight  Clerks,  and  sixteen  Choristers. 

Under  the  existing  Statutes  (made  in  1882)  the  number  of  Fellow- 
ships within  the  College  is  to  be  not  less  than  thirty  nor  greater  than 
forty. 

Of  these  Fellowships  four  are  to  be  attached  to  the  four  Waynflete 
Professorships  in  the  University,  one  to  the  Professorship  of  Botany, 
and  one  to  the  Professorship  of  Mineralogy. 

Other  Fellowships,  not  exceeding  eleven  in  number,  may  be  held 
officially  by  persons  holding  the  office  of  Dean  of  Divinity,  Senior 
Dean  of  Arts,  Bursar,  or  Tutor  in  the  College.  Of  the  remainder, 
which  are  tenable  under  certain  conditions  for  seven  years,  two,  as  far 
as  practicable,  are  to  be  filled  up  in  every  year  ;  and  the  examination 
for  them  is  to  be  held  in  subjects  connected  with  the  studies  of  the 
University,  special  reference  being  had  in  the  examination  for  one 
Fellowship,  once  at  least  in  every  three  years,  to  excellence  in  The- 
ology, and  in  every  seven  years  once  at  least  to  excellence  in  Mathe- 
matics, and  once  at  least  to  excellence  in  Natural  Science  or 
Medicine. 

In  addition  to  Senior  Demyships  not  exceeding  eight  in  number,  to 
be  held  by  members  of  the  University  who  have  passed  all  the  Examina- 
tions required  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts,  the  number  of  Junior 
Demyships  is  fixed  at  thirty,  and  the  value  of  each  is  not  to  exceed 
,£80  a-year. 

In  every  year  elections  to  one  or  more  Demyships  are  to  take  place 
with  special  reference  to  proficiency  in  one  or  more  of  the  following 
subjects:  Mathematics,  Natural  Science,  Modern  History  and  Litera- 
ture, or  Modern  Languages,  if  candidates  sufficiently  qualified  in  these 
subjects  (who  shall  also  satisfy  the  electors  that  they  are  otherwise  fit 
to  be  members  of  the  College)  shall  present  themselves. 


54  MAGDALEN. 

The  constitution  of  the  Choir  remains  unaltered. 
The   examination  for  Demyships  is  held   in  the  week  after  the 
Encaenia. 


PRESIDENTS. 

1448  John  Horley,  or  Horaley 
1458  William  Tybard 
1480  Richard  Mayew 
1504  John  Claymond 
1516  JohnHygden 
1525  Laurence  Stubbs 
1528  Thomas  Knolles 
1536  Owen  Oglethorpe 

1552  Walter  Haddon 

1553  Owen  Oglethorpe  again 
1555  Arthur  Cole 

1558  Thomas  Coveney 
1561  Lawrence  Humphrey 
1590  Nicholas  Bond 
1608  John  Harding 
1610  William  Langton 
1626  Accepted  Frewea 


1644  John  Oliver 
1648  John  Wilkinson 
1650  Thomas  Goodwyn 

1660  John  Oliver  restored 

1661  Thomas  Pierce 
1672  Henry  Clerk 
1687  John  Hough 

1687  Samuel  Parker 

1688  Bonaventure  Gifford 
1688  John  Hough  restored 
1701  John  Rogers 

1704  Thomas  Bayley 
1706  Joseph  Harwar 
1722  Edward  Butler 
1745  Thomas  Jenner 
1768  George  Home 
1791  Martin  Joseph  Routh 
1855  FREDERIC  BULLET. 


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XI.    THE  KING'S  HALL  AND  COLLEGE  OF  BBASENOSE. 

FOUNDED  in  1509,  "by  the  joint  benefaction  of  William  Smith, 
Bishop  of  Lincoln,  and  Sir  Eichard  Sutton,  Knight,  of  Prestbury,  in 
Cheshire,  for  a  Principal  and  twelve  Fellows. 

Eight  Fellowships  were  afterwards  added ;  viz.  two  by  the  Will  of 
John  Williamson,  Rector  of  St.  George's,  Canterbury,  in  1522  ;  one  by 
John  Elton,  alias  Baker,  Canon  of  Salisbury,  in  1528  ;  one  by  William 
Porter,  Clerk,  in  1541 ;  one,  in  1538,  by  Edward  Barbie,  Archdeacon 
of  Stow ;  one,  in  1538,  by  William  Clyfton,  Sub-Dean  of  York  ;  one, 
in  1549,  by  Brian  Higden,  Dean  of  York ;  one,  in  1586,  by  Joyce 
Frankland,  of  London,  widow. 

Scholarships  and  Exhibitions  were  added  at  different  times  by 
various  benefactors ;  the  chief  of  whom  are,  John  Claymond,  D.D., 
President  of  Corpus  Christi  College  ;  John,  Lord  Mordaunt ;  Alexander 
Newell,  Dean  of  St.  Paul's ;  Samuel  Eadcliffe,  D.D.,  Principal  of  the 
College;  Thomas  Yate,  D.D.,  Principal  of  the  College;  William 
Grimbaldson,  M.D. ;  and  Sarah,  Duchess  Dowager  of  Somerset,  who 
founded  eighteen  Scholarships  for  persons  educated  at  the  Schools  of 
Manchester,  Marlborough,  and  Hereford,  and  also  four  Scholarships 
restricted  to  the  first  of  the  above-named  Schools,  all  at  present  tenable 
for  five  years,  unless  vacated  by  other  preferment.  In  failure  of  candi- 
dates properly  qualified  from  the  Schools,  these  Scholarships  are  now 
opened  to  general  competition. 

At  least  ,£900  a-year  is  charged  on  the  corporate  revenues  of  the 
College  for  the  endowment  of  Open  Scholarships  of  the  annual  value 
of  ,£80,  tenable  in  the  first  instance  for  two  years  and  renewable  for 
a  like  period.  Their  tenure  may  be  extended  under  special  circum- 
stances to  a  fifth  year. 

William  Hulme,  Esq.,  of  Kearsley,  in  the  county  of  Lancaster, 
founded,  in  1691,  four  Exhibitions,  now  increased  to  twenty  under 
a  scheme  framed  by  the  Charity  Commissioners  and  approved  by  the 
Queen  in  Council,  August  26, 1881.  Twelve  are  called  Junior  Exhi- 
bitions, and  are  to  be  awarded  after  a  competitive  examination.  They 
are  to  be  of  the  annual  value  of  £80,  and  to  be  tenable  in  Brasenose 


56  BBASENOSE. 

College  for  four  years.  They  are  to  be  open  to  Candidates  of  not  more 
than  twenty  years  of  age. 

Eight  are  called  Senior  Exhibitions,  and  are  to  be  awarded  in 
ordinary  cases,  after  competitive  examination,  to  Members  of  the 
College  who  have  resided  for  not  less  than  six  nor  more  than  twelve 
Terms,  and  who  have  been  placed  in  the  Honour  List  at  Moderations. 
Their  annual  value  is  to  be  ,£130,  and  they  are  to  be  tenable  for  four 
years. 

In  1842,  three  Exhibitions,  to  be  called  the  Colquitt  Clerical  Exhi- 
bitions, were  founded  by  the  three  Misses  Colquitt,  of  Green  Bank,  in 
the  county  of  Lancaster.  These  Exhibitions,  which  are  of  the  value 
of  £40  per  annum,  are  intended  to  assist  in  the  education  for  the 
Ministry  in  the  Church  of  England,  according  to  its  Articles  and 
Liturgy,  of  the  sons  of  indigent  or  deceased  Clergymen,  or  of  such 
Laymen  as  cannot,  unaided,  support  the  expenses  of  a  College  educa- 
tion. Undergraduate  Members  of  Brasenose,  who  have  resided  at  least 
one  Term,  are  eligible,  and  the  Exhibitions  are  not  tenable  after  four 
years  from  Matriculation. 

In  1875,  an  Open  Classical  Scholarship,  of  the  value  of  £100  per 
annum,  was  founded  by  Mrs.  Jane  Eobinson  in  memory  of  her  brother 
the  Eev.  John  Watson,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  the  College. 


PRINCIPALS. 
1510  Matthew  Smyth 
1548  John  Hawarden 
1565  Thomas  Blanchard 
1574  Eichard  Harrys 
1595  Alexander  Nowell 
1595  Thomas  Singleton 
1614  Samuel  Radcliffe 
1648  Thomas  Yate 
1648  Daniel  Greenwood 
1660  Thomas  Yate  restored 


1681  JohnMeare 

1710  Robert  Shippen 

1745  Francis  Yarborough 

1770  William  Gwyn 

1770  Ralph  Cawley 

1777  Thomas  Barker 

1785  William  Cleaver 

1809  Frodsham  Hodson 

1822  Ashhurst  Turner  Gilbert 

1842  Richard  Harington 

1853  EDWABD  HABTOPP  CBADOCK. 


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XII.    COKPUS  CHEISTI   COLLEGE. 

THIS  College  was  founded  in  the  year  1516,  by  Kichard  Fox,  Bishop 
of  Winchester  and  Lord  £rivy  Seal,  for  a  President,  three  Professors 
(whose  lectures  were  to  be  open  to  the  University  at  large),  twenty 
Fellows,  twenty  Scholars,  two  Chaplains,  and  two  Clerks. 

When  the  provisions  of  the  Statutes  made  by  the  University  of 
Oxford  Commissioners  in  1881  have  been  fully  carried  out,  it  will  con- 
sist of  a  President,  five  Professorial  Fellows,  five  or  six  Official  Fellows, 
three  Extraordinary  Fellows,  fourteen  Ordinary  Fellows,  and  thirty-six 
Scholars.  The  Professorial  Fellowships  will  be  annexed  respectively  to 
the  Chairs  of  Latin,  Jurisprudence,  Moral  Philosophy,  Comparative 
Philology,  and  the  Romance  Languages. 

The  College  at  present  consists  of  a  President,  fifteen  Fellows,  three 
of  whom  are  Professorial  Fellows,  and  twenty-five  Scholars.  The  pro- 
ceeds of  one  Fellowship  are  added  to  the  stipend  of  the  present  Professor 
of  Chinese. 

The  Scholarships  are  of  the  annual  value  of  £80,  and  are  tenable, 
under  certain  conditions,  for  four  or  five  years  from  Matriculation. 

Exhibitions  have  been  recently  instituted  by  the  President  and 
Fellows,  to  be  competed  for  yearly  by  Commoners  of  the  College. 


PRESIDENTS. 
1517  John  Claymond 
1537  Robert  Morwent 

1558  William  Cheadsey 

1559  William  Bocher,  or  Butcher 
1562  Thomas  Greneway 

1568  William  Cole 
1598  John  Rainolds 
1607  John  Spenser 
1614  Thomas  Anyan 
1629  John  Holt 
1631  Thomas  Jackson 


1640  Robert  Newlin 
1648  Edmund  Staunton 
1660  Robert  Newlin  restored 
1688  Thomas  Turner 

1714  Basil  Kennett 

1715  John  Mather 
1748  Thomas  Randolph 
1783  John  Cooke 

1823  Thomas  Edward  Bridges 
1843  James  Norris 
1872  John  Matthias  Wilson 
1881  THOMAS  FOWLEB. 


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XIII.   CHEIST  CHUKCH. 

THIS  Society,  founded  originally  by  Cardinal  Wolsey,  Cardinal  of 
St.  Cecilia  and  Archbishop  of  York,  on  the  site  of  the  Priory  of  St. 
Frideswide.  was  to  have  consisted  of  a  Dean,  Sab-Dean,  one  hundred 
Canons,  ten  Public  Eeaders,  thirteen  Chaplains,  an  Organist,  twelve 
Clerks,  and  thirteen  Choristers. 

This  imperfect  Foundation  continued  only  from  1526  to  1529,  when, 
before  its  completion,  the  Cardinal  having  fallen  into  disgrace,  King 
Henry  VIII.  suspended  the  Foundation,  which  he  re-established  in 
1532,  under  the  name  of  Henry  the  Eighth's  College,  for  a  Dean  and 
twelve  Canons.  This  was  again  suppressed  in  1545  ;  and  in  the  year 
following  the  Episcopal  See  was  removed  from  Osney  to  this  College, 
and  the  Church  of  St.  Frideswide  was  constituted  a  Cathedral,  by  the 
name  of  the  Cathedral  Church  of  Christ  in  Oxford,  for  the  maintenance 
of  a  Dean,  eight  Canons,  eight  Chaplains,  a  Schoolmaster,  an  Organist, 
eight  Clerks,  and  eight  Choristers  ;  together  with  one  hundred  Stu- 
dents ;  to  which  number  one  more  was  added  in  1664,  in  consequence 
of  a  Benefaction  from  William  Thurstone,  Esq. 

The  House  is  now  governed  by  Statutes  made  by  the  University  of 
Oxford  Commissioners,  which  became  law  in  1882. 

Under  these  Statutes,  there  is  a  body  of  Students  (equivalent  to 
Fellows)  who  are  divided  into  two  classes,  Official  and  Non-Official. 

There  is  also  a  body  of  Scholars.  Of  these,  three  are  elected  each 
year  from  Westminster  School,  and  hold  their  places,  in  the  first  in- 
stance, for  two  years ;  but  at  the  end  of  this  period  their  tenure  may 
be  extended  for  three  years  more  if  the  Governing  Body  shall  have 
declared  itself  satisfied  with  their  industry  and  good  conduct. 

There  are  also  five  Open  Scholarships  offered  for  competition  every 
year,  one  at  least  for  proficiency  in  Mathematics  and  one  at  least  for 
proficency  in  Natural  Science.  These  Scholars  hold  their  places  for 
two  years  ;  but  at  the  end  of  this  period  their  tenure  may  be  extended 
for  a  second  term  of  two  years  if  the  Governing  Body  shall  have  de- 
clared itself  satisfied  with  their  industry  and  good  conduct ;  and  again 
for  a  further  term  of  one  year,  under  similar  conditions  and  for  special 
reasons. 


CHEIST   CHUKCH. 


59 


Besides  these,  two  Scholars  are  elected  each  year  from  among  Under- 
graduate Members  of  the  House  who  have  been  in  residence  for  at  least 
three  Terms  and  have  the  leave  of  the  Dean  to  compete.  These 
Scholars  hold  their  places,  in  the  first  instance,  to  the  end  of  their 
sixteenth  Term  from  Matriculation,  but  at  the  end  of  this  period, 
under  special  circumstances,  their  tenure  may  be  extended  for  one 
year  more. 

All  these  Scholarships  are  of  the  annual  value  of  ,£80,  inclusive  of 
all  allowances. 

There  are  Open  Exhibitions  of  ,£45  a-year,  together  with  Tuition 
and  dinner  free,  tenable  in  the  first  instance  for  two  years,  at  the  end 
of  which  time  they  may  be  extended  by  the  Governing  Body  for  an 
additional  period  of  two  years  ;  and  also  Exhibitions  of  less  amount. 
Candidates  before  being  allowed  to  compete  must  satisfy  the  Dean  that 
without  such  assistance  they  cannot  maintain  themselves  at  College. 
There  is  no  other  limitation. 

Four  Fell  Exhibitions  of  £40  a-year,  tenable  for  four  years  during 
continuous  residence,  are  filled  up  by  competition  among  Commoners 
of  the  House  who  have  resided  not  less  than  three  Terms. 

The  Slade  Exhibition  of  £30  for  one  year  is  open  to  any  not  yet 
matriculated. 

The  Careswell  Exhibitions  are  filled  up  by  examinations  holden  each 
year  at  either  Shrewsbury  School  or  one  of  five  other  Schools  in  Salop, 
and  are  tenable  under  certain  conditions  for  ten  years. 


DEANS. 

1532  John  Hygden,  who  had  also  been 

Dean     of    Cardinal    Wolsey's 
foundation  in  1524 

1533  John  Oliver 
1546  Richard  Coxe 
1553  Richard  Martiall 
1559  George  Carew 
1561  Thomas  Sampson 
1565  Thomas  Godwyn 
1567  Thomas  Cowper 
1570  John  Piers 

1576  TobyMathew 
1584  William  James 
1594  Thomas  Kavys 
1605  John  King 
1611  William  Goodwyn 
1620  Richard  Corbet 
1629  Brian  Duppa 
1638  Samuel  Fell 


1648  Edward  Reynolds 

1651  John  Owen 

1660  Edward  Reynolds  again 

1660  JohnMorley 

1660  John  Fell 

1686  JohnMassey 

1689  Henry  Aldrich 

1711  Francis  Atterbury 

1713  George  Smalridge 

1719  Hugh  Boulter 

1724  William  Bradshaw 

1733  John  Conybeare 

1756  David  Gregory 

1767  William  Markham 

1777  Lewis  Bagot 

1783  Cyril  Jackson 

1809  Charles  Henry  Hall 

1824  Samuel  Smith 

1831  Thomas  Gaisford 

1855  HENRY  GEOEGE  LIDDELL. 


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XIV.    TEINITY  COLLEGE. 

THIS  College  was  originally  founded  and  endowed  by  Edward  the 
Third,  Eichard  the  Second,  and  the  Priors  and  Bishops  of  Durham. 
As  it  was  under  the  patronage  of  the  latter,  it  obtained  the  name  of 
Durham  College,  though  dedicated  from  the  beginning  to  the  Holy 
Trinity,  St.  Mary,  and  St..  Cuthbert. 

Being  merged  with  Eeligious  Houses  at  the  Beformation,  it  was 
suppressed  ;  and  Sir  Thomas  Pope,  Knt,  of  Tittenhanger  in  Hertford- 
shire, having  purchased  the  sight  and  buildings,  began  and  endowed 
a  new  Foundation,  in  1554,  for  a  President,  twelve  Fellows,  and 
twelve  Scholars.  The  Fellowships  and  Scholarships  are  entirely 
open. 

There  is  also  a  Scholarship,  nearly  coeval  with  Sir  Thomas  Pope's 
foundation,  founded  by  Eichard  Blount,  Esq.,  of  the  city  of  London, 
who  was  connected  by  marriage  with  the  Founder.  The  Henniker 
Scholarship  was  founded  in  the  year  1867,  by  Aldborough  Henniker, 
Esq.,  of  Calcote,  Somerset. 

An  Exhibition,  called  the  Unton  Pension,  was  given  by  Thomas 
Unton,  Clerk,  of  Drayton,  in  Shropshire,  in  1693  ;  a  second,  called  the 
Tylney  Exhibition,  by  Frederick  Tylney,  Esq.,  of  the  county  of  Hants, 
in  the  year  1720;  and  a  third  by  Edward  Cobden,  D.D.,  Arch- 
deacon of  London,  in  1784.  There  are  other  Exhibitions  in  the  gift 
of  the  College. 

In  1873  the  College  received  a  legacy  under  the  Will  of  Thomas 
Millard,  Esq.,  who  directed  the  income  to  be  applied  so  as  to  advance 
Mathematical  and  General  Science  in  the  College, 


PKESIDENTS. 

1556  Thomas  Slythurst 
1559  Arthur  Yeldard 
1599  Ralph  Kettel 
1643  Hannibal  Potter 
1648  Robert  Harris 

1658  William  Hawes 

1659  SethWard 

1660  Hannibal  Potter  restored 
1664  Ralph  Bathurst 


1704  Thomas  Sykes 

1706  William  Dobson 

1731  George  Huddesford 

1776  Joseph  Chapman 

1808  Thomas  Lee 

1824  James  Ingram 

1850  John  Wilson 

1866  Samuel  William  Wayte 

1878  JOHN  PEBCIVAL. 


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XV.    ST.  JOHN'S  COLLEGE. 

THIS  College  was  founded  in  1555,  by  Sir  Thomas  White,  Knt., 
Alderman  of  London.  The  original  foundation  consisted  of  a  Presi- 
dent, fifty  Fellows  and  Scholars,  one  Chaplain,  an  Organist,  six  Singing 
Men,  eight  Choristers,  and  two  Sextons. 

Under  the  Statutes  made  by  the  University  of  Oxford  Commissioners 
of  1877,  the  foundation  will  hereafter  consist  of — 

1.  Not  less  than  fourteen  nor  more  than  eighteen  Fellowships,  of 
which  seven  may  be  Official  Fellowships,  the  rest  tenable  for  seven 
years.    To  these  may,  at  future  times,  be  added  two  ex  officio  Fellow- 
ships, to  be  held  by  the  Laudian  Professor  of  Arabic  and  the  Professor 
of  Mechanics  and  Civil  Engineering. 

2.  Not  less  than  twenty-eight  Scholarships,  of  which  six  shall  be 
open,  fifteen  appropriated  to  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  two  to  Coventry 
School,  two  to  Bristol  School,  two  to  Eeading  School,  and  one  to 
Tunbridge  School. 

3.  Four   Senior   Scholarships,   also  confined   to   former  pupils    of 
Merchant  Taylors'  School. 

There  is  also  one  Open  Scholarship,  created  from  the  estate  of  William 
Lambe  by  Statute  35  and  36  Viet.  c.  cliv. 

In  1854,  four  Fellowships  tenable  for  fourteen  years  were  established 
in  this  College  in  pursuance  of  the  Will  of  Dudley  Fereday,  Esq.,  of 
Ettingshall  Park,  Staffordshire.  They  are  open,  with  certain  limita- 
tions and  under  certain  conditions  in  respect  of  literary  proficiency,  first, 
to  the  kindred  of  the  Founder ;  secondly,  to  natives  of  Staffordshire  ;  and 
in  case  of  a  Founder's  kin  or  Staffordshire  candidate  not  satisfying  the 
conditions,  then  to  any  other  person  whatever. 

Under  theWill  of  the  Rev.  John  Thomas  Casberd,  D.C.L.,  Prebendary 
of  Llandaff,  four  Scholarships  have  been  founded,  each  of  the  value  of 
^80  per  annum.  Candidates  to  be  Undergraduates  not  on  any  founda- 
tion, of  at  least  one  year's  standing  in  the  College. 


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ST.  JOHN  S. 


PRESIDENTS. 

1555  Alexander  Belsire 
1559  William  Elye 

1563  William  Stocke,  or  Stocker 

1564  John  Robinson 
1572  TobyMathew 
1577  Francis  Wyllis 
1590  Ralph  Hutchenson 
1605  John  Buckeridge 
1611  William  Laud 
1621  William  Juxon 
1633  Richard  Baylie 
1648  Francis  Cheynell 


1650  Thankful  or  Gracious  Owen 

1660  Richard  Baylie  restored 

1667  Peter  Mews,  or  Meaux 

1673  William  Levinz 

1698  William  Delaune 

1728  William  Holmes 

1748  William  Derham 

1757  William  Walker 

1757  Thomas  Fry 

1772  Samuel  Dennis 

1795  Michael  Marlow 

1828  Philip  Wynter 

1871  JAMES  BELLAMY. 


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XYI.   JESUS  COLLEGE. 

FOUNDED  by  Queen  Elizabeth,  in  1571,  on  the  petition  of  Hugh 
Price,  LL.D.,  Treasurer  of  St.  David's,  who  left  lands  for  the  mainten- 
ance of  a  Principal,  eight  Fellows,  and  eight  Scholars :  it  was  increased 
by  different  Benefactors,  so  that  the  Society  consisted  of  a  Principal, 
nineteen  Fellows,  and  eighteen  Scholars. 

The  College  now  consists  of  a  Principal  and  not  fewer  than  ten  nor 
more  than  fourteen  Fellows. 

In  the  elections  to  Non-official  Fellowships,  unless  one-half  of  the 
whole  number  of  Fellows  would  have  been  eligible  under  the  terms 
of  the  following  restrictions,  no  person  shall  be  eligible  unless  he  is  a 
native  of  Wales  or  Monmouthshire,  or  has  been  a  Welsh  Scholar  of 
Jesus  College,  or,  having  been  at  the  time  of  his  Matriculation  eligible 
to  a  Welsh  Scholarship,  has  been  for  the  eight  Terms  preceding  his 
Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts  a  member  of  the  College. 

There  are  twenty-four  Foundation  Scholarships,  of  which  twelve  are 
open  without  restriction  as  to  place  of  birth.  There  are  also  four 
Meyricke  Scholarships,  and  one  King  Charles  the  First's  Scholarship, 
and  about  sixteen  Meyricke  Exhibitions,  and  two  King  Charles  the 
First's  Exhibitions. 

The  King  Charles  the  First's  Scholarship  and  Exhibitions  are  re- 
stricted to  Candidates  born  in  Jersey  or  Guernsey  or  one  of  the  islands 
adjacent  to  them,  or  educated  for  two  out  of  the  three  years  last 
preceding  the  election  either  at  Victoria  College,  Jersey,  or  Elizabeth 
College,  Guernsey. 

The  other  Scholarships  and  the  Meyricke  Scholarships  and  Exhibi- 
tions are  restricted  to  candidates  who  are  either  (1)  natives  of  Wales 
or  Monmouthshire ;  or  (2)  sons  of  parents  who  have  been  resident  in 
Wales  or  Monmouthshire  for  a  period  of  not  less  than  seven  years  im- 
mediately preceding  the  day  of  election ;  or  (3)  have  a  knowledge  of 
and  are  able  to  speak  the  Welsh  language  ;  or  (4)  have  been  educated 
for  the  three  years  last  preceding  the  election  (or  last  preceding  their 
Matriculation  if  already  Members  of  the  University)  at  a  school  or 
schools  in  Wales  or  Monmouthshire ;  if  any  such  person  be  found  of 


b4:  JESUS. 

sufficient  merit,  and  fit  to  be  a  Scholar  or  Exhibitioner  of  the  College 
in  the  judgment  of  the  electors. 

The  Foundation  Scholarships,  and  the  Scholarships  and  Exhibitions 
on  King  Charles  the  First's  foundation,  are  open  only  to  Candidates 
under  nineteen  years  of  age.  There  is  no  restriction  as  to  age  for 
candidates  for  the  Meyricke  Scholarships  and  Exhibitions. 

Exhibitions  of  variable  amount  and  tenure,  for  the  assistance  of  such 
members  of  the  College  receiving  instruction  under  the  direction  of 
the  College  as  the  Principal  and  Fellows  may  deem  to  be  in  need  of 
assistance  at  the  University,  are  under  no  farther  restrictions. 

The  value  of  a  Scholarship  is  £8Q  a-year  and  of  an  Exhibition  £50. 


PRINCIPALS. 

1571  David  Lewes 

1572  Griffith  or  Griffin  Lloyd 
1586  Francis  Bevans 

1602  John  Williams 
1613  Griffith  Powell 

1620  Francis  Mansell 

1621  Sir  Eubule  Thelwall 
1630  Francis  Mansell  again 
1648  Michael  Roberts 
1657  Francis  Howell 

1660  Francis  Mansell  restored 

1661  Leoline  Jenkins 


1673  John  Lloyd 

1686  Jonathan  Edwards 

1712  John  Wynne 

1720  William  Jones 

1725  Eubule  Thelwall 

1727  Thomas  Pardo 

1763  Humphrey  Owen 

1768  Joseph  Hoare 

1802  David  Hughes 

1817  Henry  Foulkes 

1857  Charles  Williams 

1877  HUGO  DANIEL  HARPER. 


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XVII.   WADHAM  COLLEGE. 

ESTATES  were  purchased  for  the  endowment  of  this  College  by 
Nicholas  Wadham,  of  Meryfeild  in  Somersetshire,  Esq.;  and,  after  his 
death  in  1609,  his  widow  Dorothy,  daughter  of  Sir  William  Petre,  in 
pursuance  of  her  husband's  purpose,  proceeded  to  erect  the  buildings 
for  the  Society,  and  made  a  considerable  addition  to  its  revenues. 
The  College  was  founded  for  a  Warden,  fifteen  Fellows,  fifteen  Scholars, 
two  Chaplains,  and  two  Clerks ;  who  took  possession  of  the  buildings 
in  1613. 

At  the  present  time  the  number  of  Fellowships  is  eleven,  including 
one  held  by  the  Professor  of  Experimental  Philosophy,  under  the  pro- 
visions of  a  Statute  made  by  the  University  Commissioners  in  1881. 

Of  the  Fellowships  there  is  to  be  one  for  the  encouragement  of  the 
study  of  Medicine,  to  be  maintained  from  the  fund  given  by  John 
Wills,  D.D.,  Warden  1783-1806,  who  was  a  great  Benefactor  to  the 
College. 

The  election  of  Fellows  takes  place  on  the  Wednesday  after  Com- 
memoration. 

There  are  eighteen  Scholarships,  including  five  on  the  foundation  of 
Humphrey  Body,  D.D.,  Regius  Professor  of  Greek  1698,  and  sometime 
Fellow  of  the  College. 

The  election  to  two  of  Dr.  Hody's  Scholarships  is  made  after  an  ex- 
amination in  the  Hebrew  language  and  literature,  and  in  the  election 
to  the  other  three  special  regard  is  to  be  had  to  knowledge  of  Greek. 

The  Scholarships  are  of  the  value  of  ,£80  a-year.  They  are  tenable 
in  the  first  instance  for  two  years,  but  in  the  case  of  all  Scholars  whose 
conduct  and  industry  are  satisfactory  this  term  is  prolonged  to  four 
years,  to  which  for  special  reasons  a  fifth  may  be  added.  A  Scholar- 
ship can  in  no  case  be  held  for  longer  than  five  years. 

Candidates  for  Scholarships  must  be  under  nineteen  years  of  age  on 
the  day  of  election,  except  in  the  case  of  Dr.  Hody's  Scholarships  for 
Hebrew,  for  which  the  limit  of  age  is  twenty. 

The  election  of  Scholars  takes  place  on  the  sixth  of  December. 

From  the  income  of  Dr.  Hody's  fund  prizes  are  to  be  given  within 


66  WADHAM, 

the  College  on  such  conditions  as  the  Warden  and  Fellows  may  deter- 
mine, for  proficiency  in  the  Greek  language  and  literature,  or  in  Greek 
Archaeology. 

There  is  a  general  Exhibition  fund,  formed  from  the  funds  given  for 
Exhibitions  by  Mr.  Goodridge,  Mr.  Pigot,  Sir  Benjamin  Maddox, 
Bishop  Lisle  as  Executor  to  Mr.  Somerscales,  Mr.  Warner,  and  Dr. 
Gerard,  with  the  residue  of  Dr.  Hody's  Fund. 

In  1874  the  sum  of  ,£2440  was  given  to  the  College  by  the  Execu- 
tors of  the  late  Mr.  Philip  Wright  of  Manchester  ;  and  from  this  fund 
two  Exhibitions,  now  of  ,£50  a-year  each,  have  been  established  for 
Scholars  of  the  Manchester  Grammar  School. 

By  the  Will  of  Benjamin  Parsons  Symons,  D.D.,  sometime  Warden, 
who  died  in  1877,  the  sum  of  ,£1000  Consols  was  given  to  the  College 
to  found  an  Exhibition  for  a  Commoner. 


WARDENS.       , 
1613  Robert  Wright 
1613  John  Flemmyng 
1617  William  Smyth 
1635  Daniel  Escott  or  Estcote 
1644  JohnPytt 
1648  JohnWilkins 
1659  Walter  Blandford 
1665  Gilbert  Ironside 
1689  Thomas  Dunster 


1719  William  Baker 

1724  Robert  Thistlethwayte 

1739  Samuel  Lisle 

1744  George  Wyndham 

1777  James  Gerard 

1783  John  Wills 

1806  William  Toumay 

1831  Benjamin  Parsons  Symons 

1871  John  Griffiths 

1881  GEORGE  EABLAM  THOBLEY. 


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XVIII.   PEMBKOKE  COLLEGE. 

THIS  College,  originally  Broadgates  Hall,  was  founded  in  the  year 
1624,  by  King  James  the  First,  at  the  costs  and  charges  of  Thomas 
Tesdale,  Esquire,  of  Glympton  in  Oxfordshire,  and  Eichard  Wight- 
wick,  B.D.,  Sector  of  Ilsley,  Berks,  for  a  Master,  ten  Fellows,  and  ten 
Scholars,  or  more  or  fewer ;  and  obtained  its  name  from  William 
Herbert,  Earl  of  Pembroke,  who  was  Chancellor  of  the  University 
when  it  was  founded. 

Subsequent  Benefactors  were,  King  Charles  I.,  Sir  John  Benet, 
afterwards  Lord  Ossulstone,  Sir  John  Phillips,  Bart.,  Francis  Wight- 
wick,  Esq.,  Mrs.  Sophia  Sheppard,  Dame  Juliana  Stafford,  the 
Reverend  William  Oades,  George  Townsend,  Esq.,  the  Eight  Eeverend 
George  Morley,  sometime  Lord  Bishop  of  Winchester,  Francis  Eous, 
Esq.,  sometime  Provost  of  Eton  College,  Edmund  Boulter,  Esq.,  Dame 
Elizabeth  Holford,  Dr.  Eatcliffe,  sometime  Master  of  the  College,  the 
Eeverend  William  Phipps,  M.A.,  sometime  Scholar,  and  the  Eeverend 
Christopher  Cleoburey,  sometime  Fellow. 

A  Scholarship  was  founded  by  subscription  in  1861  in  grateful  com- 
memoration of  the  Eeverend  Thomas  Frederick  Henney,  M.A.,  for 
many  years  "Vice-Gerent  and  Tutor  of  the  College. 

Queen  Anne  annexed  a  Canonry  of  Gloucester  to  the  Mastership  for 
ever. 

The  constitution  of  the  College  by  Statutes  of  the  Commissioners 
made  in  pursuance  of  the  Universities  of  Oxford  and  Cambridge  Act 
1877,  is  now  as  follows  : — 

The  College  is  to  consist  of  a  Master,  of  not  less  than  ten  Fellows, 
and  of  not  less  than  twelve  Scholars. 

Two  of  the  Fellows  are  styled  Sheppard  Fellows.  Of  these,  one  is 
to  be  called  to  the  Bar,  and  the  other  is  to  proceed  to  the  degree 
of  D.M. 

There  are  at  present  twenty-three  Scholarships ;  all  of  which  are 
tenable  for  four  years,  with  the  exception  of  the  Townsend  Scholar- 
ships, which  are  tenable  for  eight  years  ;  the  holders,  however,  sharing 
in  the  emoluments  during  four  years  only. 

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PRINCIPALS  OF  BROADGATES 
HALL. 

1436  William  Wytham 

1443  John  Atkynson 

1443  Robert  Halle  , 

1443  William  Selby 

1445  Thomas  Tange,  or  Tonge 

1447  Robert  Haberforth 

1450  William  Lyster 

1453  Robert  Topclyff 

1458  Thomas  Walton 

*  *  *  * 
1503  Roger  Sandford 

1505  Brian  Hygden 

1508  Scobyl 

1511  John  Noble 

*  *  *          * 

1537  John  Story 
1542  Thomas  Yonge 
1546  Robert  Weston 
1549  Thomas  Randolph 


1556  ?  James  Gervays 

*          *        J*          * 

1619  JohnBudden 

1620  Thomas  Clayton 

MASTERS  OF  PEMBROKE 
COLLEGE. 

1624  Thomas  Clayton 

1647  Henry  Wightwick 

1647  Henry  Langley 

1660  Henry  Wightwick  restored 

1664  John  Hall 

1709  Colwell  Brickenden 

1714  Matthew  Panting 

1738  John  Ratcliffe 

1775  William  Adams 

1789  William  Sergrove 

1796  John  Smith 

1809  George  William  Hall 

1843  Francis  Jeune 

1864  EVAN  EVANS. 


XIX.    WOKCESTER  COLLEGE. 


THIS  College,  established  in  1283  as  a  School  for  Benedictine  monks 
under  the  name  of  Gloucester  Hall1  or  College,  received  its  charter  of 
incorporation  in  1714  as  a  foundation  for  a  Provost,  six  Fellows,  and 
six  Scholars,  under  the  Will  of  Sir  Thomas  Cookes,  Bart.  It  has  been 
further  endowed  by  subsequent  Benefactors,  Mrs.  Sarah  Eaton,  Dr.  Clarke, 
Dr.  Finney,  Lady  Holford,  Mr.  Kay,  and  Mr.  Barnes. 

Under  the  Statutes  of  1882  the  College  will  consist  of  a  Provost,  nine 
(or  ten)  Fellows,  and  nineteen  Scholars :  five  on  the  Foundation  of  Sir 
Thomas  Cookes,  for  persons  educated  at  Bromsgrove  School ;  four  on 
that  of  Mrs.  Eaton,  for  sons  of  Clergymen  of  the  Church  of  England, 
or  of  some  Church  in  communion  therewith,  needing  assistance  at  the 
University  ;  the  remainder  are  open  ;  namely,  one  on  the  Foundation 
of  Dr.  Finney  ;  five  on  that  of  Dr.  Clarke  ;  one  on  that  of  Mr.  Barnes, 
of  the  value  of  ,£120,  for  the  encouragement  of  Biblical  studies ;  and 
three  others. 

There  will  also  be  from  six  to  ten  Exhibitions,  two  of  which  are 
connected  with  the  Charterhouse  School,  and  three  with  Bromsgrove 
School. 


PRINCIPALS  OF  ST.  JOHN  BAP- 
TIST'S HALL  COMMONLY  CALLED 
GLOUCESTEE  HALL. 

1560  William  Stocke,  or  Stocker 

1563  Thomas  Palmer 

1564  William  Stocke  again 
1576  Henry  Russell 

Cristopher  Bagshaw 
1581  John  Delabere 
1593  JohnHawley 
1626  DegoryWhear 
1647  Tobias  Garbrand,  (dia8  Herks 
1660  JohnMaplet 


1662  Byrom  Eaton 

1692  Benjamin  Woodroffe 

1712  Richard  Blechynden 

PROVOSTS  OF  WORCESTER 
COLLEGE. 

1714  Richard  Blechynden 
1736  William  Gower 
1777  William  Sheffield 
1795  Whittington  Landon 
1839  Richard  Lynch  Cotton 
1881  WILLIAM  INGE. 


1  Gloucester  Hall  wag  founded  in  the  year  1283,  for  the  use  of  the  Benedictine  Monks 
of  the  Monastery  of  St.  Peter  in  Gloucester.  Several  additional  Buildings  were  after- 
wards added  by  the  Monks  of  that  order,  in  different  parts  of  England,  for  the  edifi- 
cation of  those  of  their  own  Societies.  After  the  dissolution  of  Monasteries,  in  the 
time  of  Henry  VIII.,  on  making  Oxford  a  See,  it  was  converted  into  the  Episcopal 
Palace  ;  but  in  the  year  1559,  it  was  purchased  by  Sir  Thomas  White,  the  Founder  of 
St.  John's  College,  who  gave  it  the  name  of  "  St.  John  Baptist  Hall,"  though  it  was  more 
generally  called  "Gloucester  Hall." 


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XX.    KEBLE  COLLEGE. 

THE  College  was  built  by  subscription  as  a  memorial  to  the  late 
Rev.  John  Keble,  Vicar  of  Hursley,  near  Winchester,  sometime  Fellow 
and  Tutor  of  Oriel  College,  and  Professor  of  Poetry  in  the  University 
of  Oxford.  The  College  was  incorporated  by  Royal  Charter  bearing 
date  June  6, 1870,  and  by  this  Charter  it  is  declared  to  be  "  founded 
and  constituted  with  the  especial  object  and  intent  of  providing  persons 
desirous  of  academical  education,  and  willing  to  live  economically,  with 
a  College  wherein  sober  living  and  high  culture  of  the  mind  may  be 
combined  with  Christian  training  based  upon  the  principles  of  the 
Church  of  England." 

The  College  is  governed  by  a  Warden  and  a  Council  of  not  less  than 
nine,  nor  more  than  twelve,  members.  The  whole  charge  and  super- 
intendence of  the  discipline  and  internal  administration  is  lodged  by 
the  Charter  in  the  hands  of  the  Warden. 

By  a  decree  of  Convocation,  passed  April  18,  1871,  this  College  was 
admitted  to  the  privileges  mentioned  in  Statt.  Tit.  II.  Sect,  vi.,  On  the 
Foundations  for  Academical  Study  and  Education. 

WAEDEN. 

1870  EDWAED  STUAKT  TALBOT. 


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XXI.    HERTFORD  COLLEGE. 

ABOUT  the  year  1282  Elias  de  Hertford  converted  into  a  Hall  for 
students  certain  premises  in  Oxford,  which  were  thereafter  known  by 
the  name  of  Hertford,  Hert,  or  Hart  Hall. 

In  1740,  Dr.  Richard  Newton,  then  Principal  of  Hart  Hall,  obtained 
a  charter  of  incorporation  for  the  Society,  under  the  title  of"  The  Prin- 
cipal and  Fellows  of  Hertford  College,  in  the  University  of  Oxford ;" 
but,  the  endowments  proving  insufficient,  the  College  was  in  consequene 
dissolved  in  1805.  A  part  of  the  property  of  the  dissolved  College  was 
transferred  to  the  University,  and  the  Hertford  Scholarship  was  endowed 
therefrom.  The  remainder  was  transferred  to  Magdalen  Hall  under  the 
following  circumstances. 

Magdalen  Hall,  originally  designed  by  Bishop  Waynflete  for  students 
previously  to  their  admission  into  Magdalen  College,  and  governed  by  one 
of  the  Fellows  of  that  College,  became,  in  1602,  an  independent  Hall. 
In  1816,  the  President  and  Fellows  of  Magdalen  College,  being  desirous 
of  recovering  the  site  of  the  Hall,  obtained  an  Act  of  Parliament 
(36  Geo.  Ill,  c.  136),  enabling  them  to  acquire  for  Magdalen  Hall  the 
site  and  buildings  previously  occupied  by  Hertford  College.  The 
Principal  and  other  Members  of  the  Hall  were  accordingly  removed  to 
these  premises  in  1822,  and  received,  as  stated  above,  the  residue  of  the 
property  formerly  held  by  Hertford  College. 

In  1874,  an  Act  was  passed  (37  and  38  Viet.  c.  55),  by  which  Magdalen 
Hall  was  dissolved,  and  the  Principal  and  Scholars  thereof  were,  to- 
gether with  certain  Fellows  mentioned  in  the  Act,  incorporated  as 
a  College  of  the  University  of  Oxford  under  the  name  of  "  The  Prin- 
cipal, Fellows,  and  Scholars  of  Hertford  College,  in  the  University  of 
Oxford,"  and  invested  with  "  all  such  rights  and  privileges  as  are 
possessed  or  enjoyed  or  can  be  exercised  by  other  Colleges  in  the  University 
of  Oxford:' 

This  Society  consists  at  present  of  a  Principal  appointed  by  the  Chan- 
cellor of  the  University,  nineteen  Fellows,  and  forty  Scholars. 

The  new  Foundation  consists  of  an  endowment  for  fifteen  Fellow- 


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HERTFORD. 


ships,  thirty  Scholarships,  and  sundry  Lectureships.  There  are  also 
(besides  two  unendowed  Fellowships)  two  Fellowships  tenable  only  by 
married  men  for  a  limited  number  of  years.  The  thirty  Scholarships 
are  of  the  annual  value  of  ,£100,  and  tenable  for  five  years.  Most  of 
them  are  open. 

Of  the  ten  Scholarships  formerly  belonging  to  the  dissolved  Magdalen 
Hall,  and  tenable  for  at  least  three  years,  four  founded  by  the  Eev.  John 
Meeke  and  two  by  the  Rev.  William  Lucy  are  now  of  the  annual  value 
of  £4Q,  and  are  limited  in  the  first  instance  to  persons  educated  at  the 
Free  Grammar  School  of  Worcester  and  Hampton  Lucy  School  respect- 
ively, but  in  the  absence  of  qualified  candidates  from  these  Schools 
are  thrown  open  to  general  competition.  The  other  four,  three  founded 
by  Mr.  Henry  Lusby  and  one  as  a  memorial  of  Dr.  Macbride,  late  Prin- 
cipal of  Magdalen  Hall,  are  open,  and  worth  at  least  ,£50  a  year. 

There  are  also  two  Exhibitions,  founded  respectively  by  Dr.  Thomas 
White  and  Dr.  Henry  Bruusell,  in  the  gift  of  the  Principal. 


PRINCIPALS  OF  HERT  HALL. 

1360  Nicholas  Hawe 

1378  Richard  de  Tonworthe 

1381  Nicholas  de  Wykeham 

1384  Thomas  de  Cranleigh,  or  Cranley 

1387  John  Walter 

1388  William  Ware 
1391  John  Wryngton 

1397  John  Wytnam 

1398  Thomas  Tenkelden 

1399  Thomas  Turke 

1401  John  Wyte,  or  Whyte 
1405  Thomas  Morant,  or  Moronde 

1407  John  Stone 

1408  John  Green 

1410  Simon  le  Writer 

1411  William  Andrew 

1412  Gilbert  Kymer,  or  Kemer 
1414  William  Payne 

1416  William  More 
1420  William  Prentys 

1425  JohnGorsych 

1426  JohnHeyth 

1426  Richard  Here,  or  Hery 

1428  John  Heyth,  junior 

1436  Michael  Trewynard 

1438  JohnWestlake 

1441  Robert  Carew 

1443  Michael  Trewynard  again 

1443  William  Sende 

1445  John  Andrew 

1448  Walter  Windsore 

1451  John  Treganson 

1463  William  Summayster 

1465  John  Fermour 

1468  Richard  Mayoh 

1472  JohnjEarrow 

1478  Walter  Cawse 

1482  James  Babbe 

1486  Walter  Cawse  again 

1488  Richard  Panter 


1495  Trott 

1496  William  Glover 
1501  JohnRugge 
1503  William  Ewen 
1506  John  Parkhouse 
1510  Thomas  Mede 
1514  Thomas  Irysh 
1522  John  Moreman 
1527  John  Whyte 
1535  JohnFrenche 

1541  Roger  Bromhall,  or  Bromolde 

1544  William  More 

1546  Thomas  Vyvian 

1550  Philip  Rondell 

1599  John  Eveleigh 

1604  Theodore  Price 

1622  Thomas  lies 

1633  Philip  Parsons 

1654  Philip  Stephens 

1660  Timothy  Baldwyn 

1663  John  Lamphire 

1688  William  Thornton 

1707  Thomas  Smith 

1710  Richard  Newton 

PRINCIPALS  OF  HERTFORD 
COLLEGE. 

1740  Richard  Newton 

1753  William  Sharp 

1757  David  Durell 

1775  Bernard  Hodgson,  on  whose  death 
in  1805  the  College  of  Dr. 
Newton's  foundation  was  dis- 
solved 

PRINCIPALS      OF      HERTFORD 

COLLEGE     AS     BECONSTITUTEJD     IN 

1874. 

1874  Richard  Michell 
1879  HEKBY  BOYD. 


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HALLS1. 


THE  Academical  Halls  now  existing  in  Oxford  are  mansions  for  the 
reception  of  students,  who  live  in  them  under  discipline  and  instruc- 
tion, and  pass  through  the  course  of  study  to  their  several  degrees, 
precisely  in  the  same  way  as  other  students  who  reside  in  Colleges. 
But  the  term  "  Hall"  implies  also  the  society  of  students  belonging  to 
each;  and  in  this  sense  there  is  a  very  important  difference  be- 
tween Halls  and  Colleges,  inasmuch  as  Halls  are  not  corporate  bodies, 
and  have  no  endowments  for  Fellows,  and  all  the  property  which  they 
own  is  held  in  trust  for  them  by  the  University.  In  two  Halls  some 
provision  for  the  Principals  has  been  made  by  Benefactors ;  and 
there  are  three  in  which  a  few  Exhibitions  or  Scholarships  have  been 
founded. 

In  early  times  students  resorting  to  Oxford  took  up  their  abode  in 
lodging-houses,  generally  called  Halls,  under  the  charge  of  a  Master 
or  Principal  chosen  by  themselves ;  and  they  removed  from  one  Hall 
to  another  at  their  pleasure.  The  number  of  such  Halls  on  record  is 
so  great,  that  we  must  suppose  that  very  many  of  them  were  very 
small.  Brian  Twyne,  at  the  end  of  his  Apologia,  has  given  the  names 
of  more  than  180;  and  Sir  John  Peshall,  from  Wood's  MSS.,  enu- 
merates as  many  as  200.  But  Colleges  gradually  took  the  place  of  all 
the  smallest,  partly  by  the  actual  occupation  of  their  sites,  principally 
by  offering  better  instruction  and  other  advantages  to  students  ;  so 
that  when  the  Earl  of  Leicester  was  Chancellor,  in  the  reign  of  Queen 
Elizabeth,  there  were  but  eight  remaining  open  ;  and  three  of  these 
were  subsequently  converted  into  Colleges. 

Among  the  many  steps  taken  by  Lord  Leicester  for  the  restoration 
of  good  order  and  discipline  in  the  University  there  are  two  which  have 
tended  to  assimilate  Halls  to  Colleges  in  most  things  concerning  the 
residence  of  students  within  them.  He  secured  for  himself  and  his 
successors  the  right  of  appointing  Principals  to  all  Halls,  except  one 
in  the  gift  of  Queen's  College  ;  and  he  caused  an  ancient  Statute  to  be 
put  in  force,  which  required  that  every  student  should  belong  to,  and 
should  reside  within  the  walls  of,  some  College  or  Hall.  The  modifi- 
cation of  that  Statute  in  1855  by  the  institution  of  Private  Halls,  and 
the  removal  of  its  restrictions  in  1868,  have  been  already  mentioned  at 
page  34,  and  will  be  further  spoken  of  at  page  81. 

1  Although,  under  Statutes  made  by  the  University  Commissioners  of  1877,  the  re- 
maining Halls  are,  with  a  partial  exception  in  the  case  of  St.  Edmund  Hall,  destined 
to  be  ultimately  absorbed  into  various  Colleges,  this  article  is  retained  as  being  generally 
applicable  to  the  condition  of  the  Halls  at  the  time  of  publication. 


74  HALLS. 

The  Heads  of  Halls  are  styled  "  Principals."  In  two  of  the  three 
which  still  remain  the  Principal  is  appointed  by  the  Chancellor  of  the 
University ;  in  the  third,  St.  Edmund  Hall,  the  appointment  is  made 
by  the  Provost  and  Fellows  of  Queen's  College.  The  Chancellor 
is  the  Visitor  of  all.  Halls  are  governed  by  the  Statute  Aularia, 
a  code  of  regulations  printed  in  the  Statute  Book,  which  were  made 
originally  by  the  University,  and  have  been  amended  from  time 
to  time  by  Convocation.  The  Principal  of  each  Hall  is  assisted 
in  the  exercise  of  discipline  and  in  his  other  duties  by  a  Vice- 
Principal  and  other  Officers  (when  necessary),  who  are  appointed 
by  himself. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  University  Commissioners  of  1877, 
St.  Mary  Hall  will  ultimately  become  united  to  Oriel  College,  and 
New  Inn  Hall  to  Balliol  College,  while  St.  Edmund  Hall  will  be 
partially  united  to  Queen's  College. 


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ST.  MARY  HALL. 

THIS  Hall  was  originally  a  tenement  on  the  present  site,  given  by 
Henry  Kelpe,  a  citizen  of  Oxford,  in  1239,  to  the  Sector  of  St.  Mary's 
Church,  and  his  successors.  It  continued  to  be  the  Parsonage-house 
of  the  Eectors  till  Edward  II.,  in  1325,  gave  the  Church  with  all  its 
appurtenances  to  Oriel  College.  It  was  converted  by  that  Society,  in 
1333,  into  a  separate  place  of  education,  and  subsequently  became  an 
independent  Academical  Hall,  receiving  successive  enlargement  and 
improvements  in  its  buildings,  principally  at  the  expense  of  former 
Principals,  King,  Nowell,  Dean,  and  Hampden. 

Thomas  Nowell,  D.D.,  formerly  Principal  of  the  Hall,  left,  by  Will, 
certain  shares  in  the  Oxford  Canal  Navigation,  for  founding  an  Exhi- 
bition at  the  Hall,  and  for  other  purposes  therein  mentioned.  The 
Exhibition  is  now  of  the  value  of  ,£30  per  annum,  and  tenable  for 
four  years  from  Matriculation ;  preference  being  given  first  to  kin  of 
the  Founder  or  of  his  Wife,  then  to  the  lawful  descendants  of  the 
Eev.  John  Eawbone  (sometime  Vice-Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall)  by 
Jane  Mary  his  wife. 


PRINCIPALS. 

1436  William  Croten 
1438  Henry  Sampson 
1445  Kichard  Wylcyer 
1450  John  Smyth 
1452  Henry  Popy 
1458  Thomas  Parys 
1469  Thomas  Sadler 

*  *  *  * 

1499  JohnTaylour 

1502  Kichard  Vaughan 

1502  Kichard  Dudley 

1506  Thomas  Heretage,  or  Eritage 

1511  William  Brooke 

1521  Richard  Lorgan 

1530  Robert  James 

1532  John  Rixman 

1537  William  Pye 

1543  Anthony  Albon 

1547  Morgan  Philipps 

1550  William  Northfolke 

1553  William  Woode 


1556  William  Allyn,  Allen,  or  Alan 

1560  John  Raw 

1565  JohnHorlock 

1570  Richard  Pygott 

1578  Thomas  Philipson 

1587  George  Dale 

1591  Ralph  Braddyll 

1632  John  Saunders 

1644  Nicholas  Brookes 

1656  Thomas  Cole 

1660  Martin  Lluellin 

1664  Joseph  Crowther 

1690  William  Wyatt 

1712  John  Hudson 

1719  William  King 

1764  Thomas  Nowell 

1801  PhineasPett 

1815  John  Dean 

1833  Renn  Dickson  Hampden 

1848  Philip  Bliss 

1857  DBUMMOND  PEKCY  CHASE. 


76 


ST.  MAEY  MAGDALEN  HALL. 


THE  history  of  this  Hall  is  briefly  given  under  the  account  of  Hert- 
ford College,  at  page  71. 


PRINCIPALS. 

Richard  Barnes 
1487  Richard  Gotynden 
1499  Edward  Grove 
1502  John  Stokesley 
1505  John  Longland 
1507  William  Hasard,  or  Azard 
1509  Richard  Stokes 
1511  JohnCaley 

1526  Henry  Wystyng,  or  Whytyng 
1529  Robert  Parkhouse 
1529  Christopher  Rookes 
1532  JohnBurges 

1536  John  Green 

1537  Richard  Engest 

1541  Simon  Parret,  or  Perrot 
1550  John  Redman 
1553  Thomas  Coveney 
1558  Adrian  Hawthorne 


1567  Robert  Lyster 

1602  James  Hussey 

1605  John  Wilkinson 

1643  Thomas  Read 

1646  John  Wilkinson  restored 

1648  Henry  Wilkinson,  junior 

1662  James  Hyde 

1681  William  Levet 

1694  Richard  Adams 

1716  Digby  Cotes 

1745  William  Denison 

1755  William  Denison,  junior 

1786  Matthew  Lamb 

1788  Henry  Ford 

1813  John  David  Macbride 

1868  RICHAED  MICHELL,  who  in  1874 
became  Principal  of  Hertford 
College,  and  died  in  1879. 


77 


NEW  INN  HALL. 

THIS  Hall,  situate  on  the  west  side  of  the  North  Bailey,  was  for- 
merly known  by  the  name  of  Trilleck's  Inn,  from  the  circumstance  of 
its  belonging  to  John  Trilleck,  Bishop  of  Hereford.  Trilleck  dying 
intestate  in  1360,  it  became,  together  with  two  other  tenements  ad- 
joining, the  property  of  his  brother  Thomas,  who  six  years  after  (he 
being  then  Bishop  of  Eochester)  conveyed  them  to  Mr.  Hugh  Pern- 
bridge,  Mr  Eoger  Otterey,  and  Walter  Brown,  Rector  of  the  Church 
of  St.  Magnus,  in  London  ;  and  they  to  William  of  Wykeham,  Bishop 
of  Winchester.  William  of  Wykeham  gave  them,  with  three  gardens, 
adjoining  on  the  west  side,  also  a  messuage  called  Eose  Hall,  and  a 
garden  adjoining,  to  the  Warden  and  Fellows  of  New  College,  in  1392. 
The  first  Principal  on  record  occurs  in  1438. 

In  the  time  of  the  civil  war,  from  1642  to  1646,  this  Hall  was  used 
as  a  mint  for  Charles  I.,  to  which  the  different  Colleges  and  Halls  sent 
their  plate  to  be  melted  down  for  His  Majesty's  use. 

It  was  restored  to  the  purposes  of  Academical  instruction  by  Dr. 
Cramer,  Principal,  afterwards  Dean  of  Carlisle,  who  erected,  at  his 
own  expense,  a  handsome  building,  with  suitable  offices,  for  the  recep- 
tion of  students.  A  Chapel  was  added  in  1868  by  the  present 
Principal. 


PEINCIPALS. 

1438  William  Freman 

1444  Jeffrey  or  Griffith  Eberiow 

1445  William  Wytney 

1457  Philip  Bergavenny,  or  Abergey- 
ney 

1461  Walter  Pavy 

1462  Edward  Hanyngton 

1468  Laurence  Cocks 

1469  Denis  Hogan 
1469  Philip  Welsh 
1484  John  Lychfeild 
1490  Richard  Carpenter 
1497 Powtrell 

1499  Richard  or  Robert  Bond 

1500  Christopher   Wardall,   or   War- 

thiall 

1504  Richard  Salter 
1506  John  Lacy 
1510  William  Balborow 
1514  John  Worthiall 
1520  John  Payne 

1528  Roger  Carew 

1529  Thomas  Barrett 

1529  Henry  Wight 

1530  William  Roberts 

1534  Rowland  Merick 

1535  William  Roberts  again 
1542  Richard  Richardson 
1545  David  Lewes 

1548  John  Gybbons 


1550  William  Aubrey 

1561  John  Griffith 

1564  Robert  Lougher,  or  Luffer 

1570  Richard  Bray 

1571  Felix  Lewes 

1575  Robert  Lougher  again 

1580  Daniel  Dunne 

1581  Edmund  or  Edward  Price 

1584  JohnEstmond 

1585  Francis  Bevans 

1586  Robert  Crayne 
1592  JohnFarrer 
1609  JohnBudden 
1619  Charles  Twysden 
1622  Robert  Lodington 
1626  Christopher  Rogers 
1644  Christopher  Prior 

1646  Christopher  Rogers  again. 

1662  John  Lamphire 

1663  William  Stone 
1684  Thomas  Bayley 
1709  John  Brabourne 
1726  George  Wigan 
1732  De  Blossiers  Tovey 
1745  William  Walker 
1761  William  Blackstone 
1766  Robert  Chambers 
1803  James  Blackstone 
1831  John  Antony  Cramer 
1847  Henry  Wellesley 

1866  HENRY  HUBERT  CORNISH. 


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ST.  ALBAN  HALL. 


THIS  Hall  took  its  name  from  Eobert  de  St.  Alban,  a  citizen  of 
Oxford,  who  conveyed  the  tenement  to  the  nuns  at  Littlemore,  near 
Oxford,  in  1230.  On  the  dissolution  of  Littlemore  nunnery,  it  was 
given  by  Henry  VIII.  to  George  Owen,  D.M.,  Physician  to  the  King, 
and  Fellow  of  Merton  College,  who  conveyed  it  to  Sir  John  Williams 
(afterwards  Lord  Williams  of  Thame)  and  Sir  John  Gresham.  By 
permission  of  Edward  VI.  they  assigned  it  over  to  John  Pollard,  and 
Robert  Perrot,  Esqrs.,  in  1547,  by  whom  it  was  finally  transferred  to 
the  Warden  and  Fellows  of  Merton  College,  and  was  some  time  after 
established  as  an  Academical  Hall. 


PRINCIPALS. 

1437  Roger  Martin 
1439  Eobert  Ashe 
1444  John  Gygnr 
1450  William  Shyrefe 
1452  William  Eomsey 
1468  Thomas  Danet 
1477  Richard  Fitzjames 
Thomas  Lynley 
Robert  Gosbourne 


Ralph  Hamsterley 
Hugh  Saunders,  cut 


las  Shakspeere 


1501 

1503  JohnForster 
1507  John  Beverstone 
1507  William  Byese 

1509  Richard  Walker 

1510  John  Pokyswell,  or  Poxwell 
1514  John  Hoper 

Simon  Balle 
1527  Walter  Buckler 
1530  Robert  Tailer 
1532  William  Pedyll 

1535  Robert  Huyck 

1536  Richard  Smyth 

1539  Humphrey  Burneford 
1543  JohnEstwyck 
1547  William  Marshall 


1567  Arthur  Atye 

Richard  Radclyffe 
1599  Robert  Masters 
1603  Henry  Masters 
1614  Anthony  Morgan 
1621  Richard  Parker 

1624  Edward  Chaloner 

1625  Richard  Zouch 
1661  Giles  Sweit 

1664  Thomas  Lamplugh 

1673  Narcissus  Marsh 

1679  Thomas  Bouchier 

1723  James  Bouchier 

1736  Robert  Leyborne 

1759  Francis  Randolph 

1797  Thomas  Winstanley 

1823  Peter  Elmsley 

1825  Richard  Whately 

1831  Edward  Cardwell 

1861  William  Charles  Salter,  on  whose 
resignation  in  1882,  the  Hall, 
by  virtue  of  a  Statute  made 
by  the  University  Commis- 
sioners in  1881,  became  com- 
pletely united  with  Merton 
College. 


79 


ST.  EDMUND  HALL. 

ST.  EDMUND  HALL  is  sometimes  said  to  derive  its  name  from 
St.  Edmund,  Archbishop  of  Canterbury  in  the  reign  of  Henry  III. 

It  appears  to  have  been  purchased  in  the  year  1269  by  the  Canons 
of  Osney,  and  soon  afterwards  devoted  by  them  to  the  purposes  of  Aca- 
demical instruction.  The  earliest  Principals  on  record  are  William 
Boys  and  John  de  Cornubia,  the  latter  of  whom  was  Principal  in  the 
year  1317.  After  the  dissolution  of  religious  houses,  it  was  granted  by 
Henry  VIII.  to  two  citizens  of  Oxford,  through  whom  it  came,  by 
purchase,  into  the  possession  of  William  Denyse  (sometimes  written 
Devenysh,  or  Dennyson),  Provost  of  Queen's  College.  It  was  by  him 
devised,  in  1557,  to  Queen's  College,  which  Society  procured,  A.D. 
1559,  an  Act  of  Congregation,  confirmed  by  the  Chancellor,  which 
vested  in  them  the  perpetual  right  of  nominating  the  Principal. 

In  1763,  George  Holme,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Queen's  College, 
and  Eector  of  Hedleigh,  Hants,  bequeathed  the  sum  of  ,£1000  to  the 
University,  in  trust  to  apply  it,  with  accumulated  interest,  to  the  pur- 
chase of  the  Advowson  of  a  Living,  to  which  the  Principal  of  St.  Ed- 
mund Hall  should  be  presented.  In  1821  the  Advowson  of  Gatcombe 
was  purchased,  to  which  the  University  first  presented  in  1844. 

Members  of  this  Hall  are  admitted  to  any  of  the  Lectures  given  in 
Queen's  College. 


PRINCIPALS. 

1317  John  de  Cornubia 

1319  Robert  Luc  de  Comubia 

1325  JohndeBere 

1351 Thorp 

1381  William  Hamsterley 

1385  Edward  Upton 

1390  William  Taylour 

1390  Henricus  Presbyter,  or  Circester 

1399  Henry  Rumworth 

1408  Henry  Bermingdon,  or  Benning- 

ham 

1410  Peter  Clerke,  alias  Payne 
1414  John  Derley,  Darley,  or  Derling 
1434  William  Bryton 
1438  John  Thamys,  or  Themys 
1461  Thomas  Lee,  or  Leigh 
1478  Richard  Broke 
1499  Humphrey  Wystow 
1501  Thomas  Cawse 
1503  William  Patynson 
1505  Christopher  Fallowfield 
1508  John  Pyttys 
1520  John  Cuthbertson 
1528  Myles  Brathwayte 
1530  William  Robertson 
1538  Ottewell  Toppyng 


1540  Thomas  Peyrson 
1546  Ralph  Rudde 

1569  Nicholas  Cooke 

1570  Nicholas  Pullen 
1572  Philip  Johnson 
1576  Henry  Robinson 
1581  Thomas  Bowsfield 
1601  John  Aglionby 
1610  John  Rawlinson 
1632  AdamAiray 
1658  Thomas  Tully 
1676  Stephen  Penton 

1684  Thomas  Crosthwaite 

1685  John  Mill 

1707  Thomas  Pearson 
1722  Henry  Felton 
1740  Thomas  Shaw 
1751  George  Fothergill 
1760  George  Dixon 
1787  William  Dowson 
1800  George  Thompson 
1824  Anthony  Grayson 
1843  William  Thompson 
1854  John  Barrow 
1861  John  Branthwaite 
1864  EDWAKD  MOORE. 


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PEIVATE  HALLS. 

A  Statute  passed  in  1882  (in  substitution  for  an  earlier  one  dating 
from  1855)  enacts ,  that  any  Member  of  Convocation  above  the  age  of 
twenty-eight  may,  under  certain  conditions,  obtain  from  the  Vice- 
Chancellor,  with  the  consent  of  the  Hebdomadal  Council,  a  licence  to 
open  a  suitable  building  as  a  Private  Hall  for  the  reception  of  Aca- 
demical students  with  the  title  of  "  Licensed  Master,"  and  make  pro- 
vision for  the  proper  government  of  the  students  under  his  charge. 
They  are  subject  to  all  other  Statutes  of  the  University,  and  they 
partake  in  its  privileges,  and  are  admissible  to  its  degrees,  in  the  same 
way  as  other  students. 

The  Private  Halls  now  existing  are — 

CHAKSLEY'S  HALL. 
WILLIAM  HENRY  CHAESLEY,  M.A.,  Licensed  Master. 


TURRELL'S  HALL. 
HENRY  JOSEPH  TURRELL,  M.A.,  Licensed  Matter. 


UNATTACHED  STUDENTS.  81 


STUDENTS  WHO  DO  NOT  BELONG  TO  ANY  COLLEGE 
OR  HALL. 


IN  the  year  1868  the  restrictions  of  an  ancient  Statute,  which  has 
heen  already  mentioned,  were  removed  ;  and  persons  are  now  permitted, 
under  certain  conditions  prescribed  in  Statt.  Tit.  III.  Sect.  I.  and  IV, 
to  become  Students  and  Members  of  the  University  without  being 
members  of  any  College  or  Hall.  Such  persons  keep  their  statutable 
residence  in  houses  or  licensed  lodgings  within  the  limit  of  a  circle 
the  centre  of  which  is  Carfax,  and  the  radius  a  line  one  mile  and  a 
half  in  length  ;  they  enjoy  the  same  rights  of  profiting  by  Professors' 
lectures,  of  competing  for  University  Prizes,  of  attaining  distinction  in 
the  Public  Examinations,  and  of  being  admitted  to  degrees  and  to  all 
the  consequent  privileges,  as  are  enjoyed  by  other  students. 

The  reception  of  students  into  the  University  under  the  prescribed 
conditions,  and  the  exercise  of  discipline  over  them  during  their  resi- 
dence in  Oxford,  are  committed  to  a  Delegacy  consisting  of  the  Vice- 
Chancellor,  the  Proctors,  a  Censor,  the  Controller  of  Lodging  Houses, 
and  three  Members  of  Convocation  nominated  by  the  Vice-Chancellor 
and  Proctors,  to  hold  office  for  six  years.  The  Censor,  who  is  similarly 
nominated,  holds  office  for  five  years. 

The  Students  are  under  the  supervision  of  the  Censor,  who  is  charged 
with  the  care  of  their  conduct  and  studies. 

There  are  also  Tutors  appointed  by  the  Delegates  to  give  instruc- 
tion to  the  Students. 


82  AFFILIATED   COLLEGES. 


AFFILIATED  COLLEGES. 


BY  a  Statute  of  the  University  passed  in  1880,  any  College  or  In- 
stitution within  the  United  Kingdom  or  in  any  part  of  the  British 
Dominions,  being  a  place  of  education  in  which  the  majority  of  the 
students  are  of  the  age  of  17  at  least,  may  on  certain  conditions  be 
admitted  to  the  privileges  of  an  Affiliated  College.  The  conditions  are 
in  effect  as  follows  : — 

The  College  or  Institution  must  be  incorporated  by  Royal  Charter 
or  otherwise  established  on  a  permanent  and  efficient  footing  ;  it  must 
allow  the  University  to  be  represented  on  its  Governing  Body  and  to 
take  part  in  its  examinations ;  it  must  have  been  admitted  to  the  pri- 
vileges of  an  Affiliated  College  by  a  vote  of  Convocation ;  and  the 
connexion  between  it  and  the  University  must  be  terminable  at  the 
will  of  either  body. 

Any  person  who  has  completed  a  course  of  three  years  at  such  a 
College,  and  obtained  honours  at  its  second  or  final  examination,  may, 
without  being  previously  matriculated,  be  admitted  to  the  First  Public 
Examination  in  this  University ;  and  if  he  passes  that  Examination, 
and  is  matriculated  in  the  next  following  Term,  he  is  absolved  from 
Eesponsions,  and  may,  as  regards  all  provisions  affecting  academical 
standing,  reckon  the  Term  in  which  he  was  matriculated  as  the  fifth 
Term  from  his  matriculation. 

If  further  he  obtains  honours  at  the  First  or  Second  Public  Exa- 
mination, he  may  be  admitted  B.A.  after  eight  Terms  of  academical 
residence,  provided  he  has  then  passed  his  Final  Examination. 

The  effect  of  this  Statute  is  to  reduce  the  period  of  necessary  aca- 
demical residence  for  a  person  coming  from  an  Affiliated  College  from 
three  to  two  years. 

The  institutions  at  present  admitted  to  these  privileges  are — 

1880  June  1.  St.  David's  College,  Lampeter. 
1882  June  15.  University  College,  Nottingham. 


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PBOFESSOBSHIPS. 


1 


THE  pages  immediately  following  contain  an  account  of  the  founda- 
tion of  each  of  the  Professorships  now  existing  within  the  University, 
and  of  the  manner  in  which  the  appointments  to  them  are  now  made. 

It  may  here  be  mentioned  that  one  of  the  chief  features  in  the  legis- 
lation carried  out  by  the  University  Commissioners  under  the  Act  of 
1877  has  been  the  augmentation  of  the  value  of  many  of  the  Professor- 
ships, by  attaching  to  them  Fellowships  and  other  emoluments  drawn 
from  the  revenues  of  Colleges,  while  the  endowment  of  many  new  Chairs 
has  been  provided  for  from  the  same  sources. 

As  a  general  rule  Professorships  are  now  tenable  for  life.  Except 
in  the  case  of  those  Chairs  the  appointment  to  which  belongs  to  the 
Crown,  and  of  a  few  others,  the  election  to  every  Professorship  is  vested 
in  an  Electoral  Board  consisting  of  not  fewer  than  five  or  more  than 
seven  members,  and  provision  is  made  for  the  representation  on  each 
Board  of  the  College  (if  any)  from  whose  revenues  the  Professorship  is 
endowed  or  augmented. 

The  general  duties  of  Professors  are  regulated  under  a  Statute  made 
by  the  Commissioners  defining  the  amount  of  residence,  number  of 
lectures,  and  course  of  instruction  required  of  each.  The  particular 
duties  assigned  to  each  Professor  are  partly  regulated  by  the  same 
Statute,  and  partly  by  Statutes  made  by  the  same  Commissioners  for  the 
several  Professorships.  Under  another  Statute  of  the  Commissioners,  a 
Visitatorial  Board  has  been  constituted,  consisting  of  the  Vice-Chan- 
cellor and  six  other  members  of  the  University  of  the  degree  of  M.A. 
at  the  least,  to  which  is  committed  the  duty  of  enforcing  the  per- 
formance of  the  obligations  attaching  to  the  Professorships. 


REGIUS  PROFESSORSHIPS  or  DIVINITY,  CIVIL  LAW,  MEDICINE, 
HEBREW,  AND  GREEK. 

THESE  five  Professorships,  founded  by  King  Henry  VIII,  were  settled 
and  confirmed  by  him  in  1546.  To  each  of  them  he  assigned  a  yearly 
stipend  of  ,£40,  to  be  paid  by  the  Dean  and  Chapter  of  Westminster, 
then  newly  founded  ;  but  they  relieved  themselves  of  the  charge  by 
making  over  to  the  King  certain  estates  with  which  he  had  partly  en- 
dowed them  ;  and  the  Dean  and  Chapter  of  Christ  Church  were  then 
charged  by  the  King  with  the  payment  of  the  stipends  of  the  Professors 
of  Divinity,  Hebrew,  and  Greek ;  the  Professors  of  Civil  Law  and 
Medicine  receiving  theirs  from  the  Eoyal  Exchequer.  The  appointment 
to  each  Professorship  is  made  by  the  Crown. 

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84  PKOFESSORS. 


KEGITTS  PROFESSOESHIP  OF  DIVINITY. 

King  James  I  augmented  the  endowment  of  this  Professorship  by 
annexing  to  the  Chair,  in  1605,  a  Canonry  of  Christ  Church  and  the 
Eectory  of  Ewelme  in  Oxfordshire.  The  Eectory  has  since  been 
severed  from  the  Professorship  by  an  Act  of  Parliament  passed  in  187] . 

Professors. 

1535  Richard  Smyth,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Merton,  and  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall 
1548  Peter  Martyr,  D.D.,  of  the  University  of  Padua,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1554  Richard  Smyth  again;  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1556  Joannes   Fraterculus  (a  Spaniard),  B.D.,  Divinity  Reader  of  Magdalen 
College 

1559  Richard  Smyth  again 

1560  Lawrence  Humphrey,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  President,  of  Magdalen ; 

D.D. 

1589  Thomas  Holland,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Balliol ;  Rector  of  Exeter 
1612  Robert  Abbot,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Salisbury 
1615  John  Prideaux,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Worcester 
1642  Robert  Sanderson,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Lincoln 
1648  Robert  Crosse,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln 
1648  Joshua  Hoyle,  D.D.,  Master  of  University 
1654  John  Conant,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Exeter 

1660  Robert  Sanderson,  D.D.,  restored ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Lincoln 

1661  William  Creed,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  St.  John's 
1663  Richard  Allestree,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1680  William  Jane,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1707  John  Potter,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;  Bishop  of  Oxford ;  afterwards  Arch- 
bishop of  Canterbury 

1737  George  Rye,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Archdeacon  of  Oxford 
1741  John  Fanshawe,  D.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  and  Regius  Professor  of  Greek 
1763  Edward  Bentham,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1776  Benjamin  Wheeler,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
1783  John  Randolph,  D.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Professor  of  Poetiy,  and  Regius 

Professor  of  Greek ;  Bishop  of  Oxford  ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Bangor,  then 

of  London 

1807  Charles  Henry  Hall,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Dean 
1809  William  Howley,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch;  afterwards  Bishop  of  London, 

Archbishop  of  Canterbury 
1813  William  Van  Mildert,  D.D.,  Queen's ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Llandajff  and 

Dean  of  St.  Paul's,  Bishop  of  Durham 
1820  Frodsham  HodfSon,  D.D.,  Principal  of  Brasenose 
1822  Charles  Lloyd,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Bisiiop  of  Oxford 
1829  Edward  Burton,  D.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1836  Renn  Dickson  Hampden,  D.D.,  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall ;  afterwards 

Bishop  of  Hereford 
1848  William  Jacobson,  M.A.,  Vice-Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall  and  Public 

Orator,    sometime    Fellow    of   Exeter;   D.D.,    afterwards    Bishop    of 

Chester 
1865  Robert    Payne   Smith,   M.A.,   Pembroke;    D.D. ;    afterwards    Dean    of 

Canterbury 

1871  James  Bowling  Mozley,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Magdalen ;  D.D. 
1878  WILLIAM  INCE,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter ;  D.D. 


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REGIUS  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  CIVIL  LAW. 

King  James  I  augmented  the  endowment  of  this  Professorship  by 
annexing  to  the  Chair,  in  1617,  a  Lay  Prebend  in  the  Church  of 
Salisbury,  since  commuted  for  an  annual  payment  ot  ,£100  by  the 
Ecclesiastical  Commissioners.  The  existing  Professor  at  present  re- 
ceives an  additional  stipend  of  £300  a-year  from  the  University  Chest. 

Under  Statutes  made  for  All  Souls  College  by  the  University  Com- 
missioners of  1877  the  endowment  of  the  Professorship  is  to  be  aug- 
mented to  ,£700  a-year  from  the  College  revenues,  and  a  Fellowship 
in  the  College,  with  an  emolument  of  £200  a-year,  is  also  to  be  attached 
to  the  Chair. 

In  connexion  with  this  Professorship  a  temporary  Readership  of 
Roman  Law  has  been  established,  for  particulars  of  which  see  post, 
page  116. 

Professors. 

1546  John  Story,  D.C.L.,  Principal  of  Broadgates  Hall 

1553  William  Aubrey,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls  and  Principal  of  New  Inn 

Hall ;  D.C.L. 

1554  William  Mowse,  or  Mosse,  D.C.L. 

1559  John  Griffith,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall, 
D.C.L. 

1566  Robert  Lougher,  or  Luffer,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls  and  Principal  of 
New  Inn  Hall 

1577  Griffith  or  Griffin  Lloyd,  D.C.L.,  Principal  of  Jesus 

1587  Albericus  Gentilis,  D.C.L.,  incorporated  from  the  University  of  Perugia 

1611  John  Budden,  D.C.L.,  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall  and  afterwards  of  Broad- 
gates  Hall 

1620  Richard  Zouch,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall 

1661  Giles  Sweit,  D.C.L.,  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall 

1672  Thomas  Bouchier,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls;  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall 

1712  James  Bouchier,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Soul&;  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall 

1736  Henry  Brooke,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1754  Robert  Jenner,  D.C.L.,  Trinity 

1767  Robert  Vansittart,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1789  Hon.  Thomas  Francis  Wenman,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  and  Keeper  of 
the  Archives 

17%  French  Laurence,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1809  Joseph  Phillimore,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1855  Travers  Twiss,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  University 

1870  JAMES  BRYCE,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  D.C.L. 


REGIUS  PKOFESSORSHIP  OF  MEDICINE. 

James  I  augmented  the  endowment  of  this  Professorship  by 
annexing  to  the  Chair,  in  1617,  the  Mastership  of  the  Hospital  at 
Ewelme  in  Oxfordshire.  The  endowment  was  further  augmented  by 
the  addition  of  the  Tomlins  Praelectorship  of  Anatomy,  in  1624,  and  of 
the  Aldrichian  Professorship  of  Anatomy,  in  1803.  These  however 
were  separated  from  the  Regius  Professorship  by  a  Statute  approved 
by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1858,  and  the  Aldrichian  Professorship  of 
the  Practice  of  Medicine,  with  an  emolument  of  about  £130  a-year, 


86  PROFESSORS. 

was  then  annexed  to  the  Chair.     The  Professor  acts  as  an  Examiner  in 
all  examinations  for  Degrees  in  Medicine  granted  by  the  University. 

Professors. 

1546  John  Warner,  D.M.,  Warden  of  All  Souls 

1554  Thomas  Francis,  D.M.,  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Provost  of  Queen's 

1561  Walter  Bailey,  B.M.,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1582  Anthony  Aylworth,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1597  Bartholomew  Warner,  D.M.,  St.  John's 

1612  Thomas  Clayton,  D.M.,  Balliol ;  Principal  of  Broadgates  Hall,  Master  of 

Pembroke 

1647  Thomas  Clayton,  D.M.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Pembroke  ;  Warden  of  Merton 
1665  James  Hyde,  D.M.,  Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall 
1681  John  Luffe,  D.M.,  St.  Mary  Hall 
1698  Thomas  Hoy,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 
1718  Joshua  Lasher,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1729  William  Beauvoix,  D.M.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Pembroke 

1730  William  Woodford,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  New  College 
1759  John  Kelly,  D.M.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1772  William  Vivian,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1801  Sir  Christopher  Pegge,  D.M.,  Ch.  Ch.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1822  John  Kidd,  D.M.,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1851  James  Adey  Ogle,  D.M.,  Trinity 

1857  HENRY  WENTWOBTH  ACLAND,  D.M.,  Ch.  Ch.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls 


BEGIUS  PEOFESSOESHIP  OF  HEBEEW. 

King  Charles  I  augmented  the  endowment  of  this  Professorship  by 
annexing  to  the  Chair,  in  1630,  a  Canonry  of  Christ  Church. 

Professors. 

1546  Thomas  Harding,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1548  Richard  Bruern,  B.C.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln  ;  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1559  Thomas  Neale,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  New  College 

1569  Thomas  Kingsmill,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen,  Public  Orator 

1591  John  Harding,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen ;  B.D. 

1598  William  Thome,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College. 

1604  John  Harding  again,  D.D. ;  President  of  Magdalen 

1610  Richard  Kilbye,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln 

1621  Edward  Meetkirk,  B.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  D.D. 

1626  John  Moms,  B.D.,  All  Souls  ;  D.D. 

1648  Edward  Pococke,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus,  Laudian  Professor  of  Arabic ;  D.D. 

1691  Roger  Altham,  B.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  D.D. 

1697  Thomas  Hyde,  D.D.,  Queen's,  Bodley's  Librarian,  and  Laudian  Professor  of 
Arabic 

1703  Roger  Altham  again 

1715  Robert  Clavering,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  University ;  Bishop  of  LlandafF, 
afterwards  of  Peterborough 

1747  Thomas  Hunt,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Hertford,  Laudian  and  Lord  Almoner's  Pro- 
fessor of  Arabic 

1774  Richard  Browne,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Trinity,  Lord  Almoner's  Pro- 
fessor of  Arabic 

1780  George  Jubb,  B.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  D.D. 

1787  Benjamin  Blayney,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Hertford;  D.D. 

1802  Joseph  White,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Wadham,  Laudian  Professor  of  Arabic 

1814  Richard  Laurence,  D.C.L.,  University ;  afterwards  Archbishop  of  Cashel 

1822  Alexander  Nicoll,  M.A.,  Balliol ;  D.C.L. 

1828  Edward  Bouverie  Pusey,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  D.D. 

1882  SAMUEL  ROLLES  DBIVEK,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College;  D.D. 


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EEGIUS  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  GREEK. 

The  endowment  of  this  Professorship  received  no  augmentation  until 
the  year  1865,  when  the  Dean  and  Chapter  of  Christ  Church  increased 
the  Professor's  stipend  to  ,£500  a  year. 

Under  Statutes  made  for  Christ  Church  by  the  University  Com- 
missioners in  1877  this  augmentation  is  maintained,  and  on  the  next 
vacancy  in  the  Professorship  it  is  to  be  increased  to  ,£900  a-year,  but 
such  augmentation  is  not  to  take  effect  unless  the  Professor  shall  be  or 
become  a  Student  of  Christ  Church. 

Professors. 

1546  Nicholas  Harpesfeild,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1548  Giles  Lawrence,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1553  George  Etheridge,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1559  Giles  Lawrence  again ;  D.C.L. 

1585  John  Harmar,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  Head  Master,  afterwards 
Warden,  of  Winchester  College,  D.D. 

1590  Henry  Cufie,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1597  John  Perin,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's;  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1615  John  Hales,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1619  John  Harrys,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  afterwards  Warden  of  Win- 
chester College 

1622  John  South,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1625  Henry  Stringer,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  New  College  ;  D.D. 

1650  John  Harmar,  M.A.,  sometime  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1660  Joseph  Crowther,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's  ;  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall 

1665  William  Levinz,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Presidenf,  of  St.  John's ;  D.M. 

1698  Humphrey  Hody,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Wadham 

1705  Thomas  Milles,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Waterford  and  Lismore 

1707  Edward  Thwaytes,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Queen's ;  Professor  of  Moral  Philosophy 

1712  Thomas  Terry,  M.A.,  Student,  afterwards  Canon,  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  D.D. 

1735  John  Fanshawe,  D.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor  of 
Divinity 

1747  Thomas  Shaw,  D.D.,  Principal  of  St.  Edmund  Hall 

1751  Samuel  Dickens,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  D.D. 

1763  William  Sharp,  D.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  sometime  Principal  of  Hertford 

1782  John  Randolph,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  and  Professor  of  Poetry ;  after- 

wards Regius  Professor  of  Divinity,  D.D. 

1783  William  Jackson,  M.A.,  Student,  afterwards  Canon,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  D.D.,  and 

Bishop  of  Oxford 

1811  Thomas  Gaisford,  M.A.,  Student,  afterwards  Dean,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  D.D. 
1855  BENJAMIN  JOWETT,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Master,  of  Balliol. 

MARGARET  PROFESSORSHIP  or  DIVINITY. 

This  Professorship,  the  oldest  existing  in  the  University,  was  founded 
in  1502  by  Margaret,  Countess  of  Eichmond,  mother  of  Henry  VII, 
and  endowed  with  an  annual  pension  of  twenty  marks.  In  1627  King 
Charles  I  annexed  to  it  a  Prebend  in  Worcester  Cathedral,  which  was 
commuted  by  Act  of  Parliament  in  1840  for  a  Canonry  of  Christ 
Church.  Originally  the  election  was  vested  in  the  Graduates  in  Divinity, 
and  the  office  became  vacant  every  two  years,  but  was  continued  by 
re-election  for  life.  Now,  from  1858,  not  only  all  Graduates  in  Divinity, 
but  all  those  Members  of  the  Congregation  of  the  University  who  are 


88  PROFESSORS. 

at  least  in  Deacon's  Orders,  are  electors,  and  the  election  is  for  life. 
The  Professor  must  be  either  a  Graduate  in  Divinity  or  a  Master  of 
Arts  of  seven  years'  standing  and  in  Priest's  Orders. 

Professors. 

1497  Edmund  Wylsford,  D.D.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Oriel 
1500  John  Roper,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

John  Kynton,  D.D.,  a  Franciscan  friar 
1530  William  Mortimer,  D.D. 
1540  Hugh  Weston,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln 
1548  ?  Christopher  Goodman,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1554  John  Smyth,  B.C.,  Provost  of  Oriel 

1561  Francis  Babington,  D.D.,  Rector  of  Lincoln 

1562  Herbert  Westphaling,  B.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  D.D. ;  afterwards  Bishop  of 

Hereford 

1564  James  Calfhill,  B.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

156-5  Edward  Cradocke,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  D.D. 

1594  John  Williams,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls  ;  D.D.,  Principal  of  Jesus 

1613  Sebastian  Benefleld,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1626  Samuel  Fell,  D.D.,  Canon,  afterwards  Dean,  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1638  Thomas  Lawrence,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 

1648  Francis  Cheynell,  B.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1652  Henry  Wilkinson,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen  and  Canon  of  Ch.Ch. 

1660  Thomas  Barlow,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's,  and  Bodley's  Librarian ;  after- 
wards Bishop  of  Lincoln 

1676  John  Hall,  D.D.,  Master  of  Pembroke ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Bristol 

1691  Henry  Maurice,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Jesus 

1691  Thomas  Sykes,  B.D.,  Fellow,  afterwards  President,  of  Trinity ;  D.D. 

1705  John  Wynne,  D.D.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Principal,  of  Jesus;  afterwards 
Bishop  of  St.  Asaph,  Bath  and  Wells 

1715  William  Delaune,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1728  Thomas  Jenner,  B.D.,  Fellow,  afterwards  President,  of  Magdalen ;  D.D. 

1768  Thomas  Randolph,  D.D.,  President  of  Corpus 

1783  Timothy  Neve,  D.D.,  Chaplain  of  Merton,  sometime  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1798  Septimus  Collinson,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's 

1827  Godfrey  Faussett,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen;  D.D. 

1853  CHABLES  ABEL  HEUBTLEY,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Corpus ;  D.D. 

SAYILIAN  PKOFESSOKSHIPS  OF  GEOMETET  AND  ASTKONOMY. 

In  the  year  1619  Sir  Henry  Savile,  Knight,  Warden  of  Merton 
College,  founded  and  endowed  two  Professorships,  one  in  Geometry, 
and  the  other  in  Astronomy.  The  Professors  may  be  chosen  from  any 
part  of  Christendom,  provided  they  are  persons  of  good  character  and 
repute,  well  skilled  in  mathematics,  and  twenty-six  years  of  age :  if 
Englishmen,  they  must  be  M.A.  at  the  least.  The  endowment  of  each 
Chair  was  augmented  from  the  revenues  of  New  College  under  an 
ordinance  of  the  University  Commissioners  of  1854. 

Under  Statutes  made  for  New  College  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877 
a  Fellowship  in  the  College,  with  an  emolument  of  ,£200  a-year,  will 
ultimately  be  attached  to  each  Chair,  and  in  addition  to  the  income  of 
such  Fellowship  and  to  that  arising  from  the  Savilian  endowment,  each 
Professor  is  to  receive  from  the  College  an  annual  payment  of  ,£400, 
which,  however,  in  years  when  the  income  from  the  Savilian  endow- 
ment exceeds  £300,  is  to  be  reduced  by  the  amount  of  the  excess. 
The  effect  of  these  provisions  is  that  the  emoluments  of  each  Professor- 
ship will  ultimately  be  not  less  than  £900  a  year. 


GEOMETRY  AND   ASTRONOMY.  89 


SAYILIAN  PROFESSOR  OF  GEOMETRY. 

The  Professor  is  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Chancellor  of 
the  University,  the  President  of  the  Eoyal  Society,  the  Warden  of  New 
College,  a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  Warden  and 
Fellows  of  New  College  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion,  the 
8adlerian  Professor  of  Pure  Mathematics  in  the  University  of  Cam- 
bridge, the  Sedleian  Professor  of  Natural  Philosophy,  and  a  person 
nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  to  act  as  an 
Elector  on  that  occasion.  If  the  Warden  of  New  College  is  unable  to 
act  as  an  Elector,  the  College  may  appoint  a  person  to  act  in  his 
stead. 

Professors. 

1619  Henry  Briggs,  M.A.,  Merton,  sometime  Fellow  of  St.  John's,  Cambridge 

1631  Peter  Turner,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton;  D.M. 

1649  John  Wallis,  M.A.,  Exeter,  sometime  Fellow  of  Queen's,  Cambridge ;  D.D. 

1704  Edmund  Bailey,  M.A.,  Queen's ;  D.C.L. ;  Astronomer  Royal 

1742  Nathaniel  Bliss,  M.A.,  Pembroke;  Astronomer  Royal 

1765  Joseph  Betts,  M.  A.,  Fellow  of  University 

1766  John  Smith,  D.M.,  St.  Mary  Hall,  sometime  of  Balliol 
1797  Abram  Robertson,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch.;  D.D. 

1810  Stephen  Peter  Rigaud,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1827  Baden  Powell,  M.A.,  Oriel 

1861  Henry  John  Stephen  Smith,  M.A.,  F.R.S.,  Fellow  of  Balliol,  Fellow  of 

Corpus 
1883  Vacant. 

SAVILIAN  PROFESSOR  OF  ASTRONOMY. 

The  Professor  will  hereafter  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the 
Chancellor  of  the  University,  the  President  of  the  Eoyal  Society, 
the  Astronomer  Eoyal,  the  Eadcliffe  Observer,  the  Warden  of  New 
College,  a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  Warden  and 
Fellows  of  New  College  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion,  and 
a  person  similarly  nominated  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council.  If  the 
Warden  of  New  College  is  unable  to  act  as  an  Elector,  the  College 
may  appoint  a  person  to  act  in  his  stead. 

The  Professor  has  the  charge  of  the  University  Observatory,  (see 
post,  p.  127). 

Professors. 

1621  John  Bainbridge,  D.M.,  Merton,  sometime  of  Emmanuel,  Cambridge 

1643  John  Greaves,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1649  Seth  Ward,  M.A.,  Wadham,  sometime  Fellow  of  Sidney  Sussex,  Cambridge ; 
D.D. ;  President  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Salisbury 

1661  Christopher  Wren,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls;  D.C.L. 

1673  Edward  Bernard,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's;  D.D. 

1691  David  Gregory,  M.A.,  Balliol,  incorporated  from  Edinburgh;  D.M. 

1709  John  Caswell,  M.A.,  Wadham,  Vice-Principal  of  Hert  Hall 

1712  John  Keil,  M.A.,  Balliol,  incorporated  from  Edinburgh;  D.M. 

1721  James  Bradley,  M.A.,  Balliol ;  Astronomer  Royal,  D.D.,  Reader  in  Experi- 
mental Philosophy 

1763  Thomas  Hornsby,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus,  and  Reader  in  Experimental 
Philosophy;  Professor  of  Natural  Philosophy ;  D.D. 

1810  Abram  Robertson,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch.,  Professor  of  Geometry 


90  PROFESSORS. 

1827  Stephen  Peter  Rigaud,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Exeter,  Professor  of 

Geometry 

1839  George  Henry  Sacheverell  Johnson,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Queen's 
1842  William  Fishburn  Donkin,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  University 
1870  CHARLES  PRITCHARD,  M.A.,  F.R.S.,  F.R.A.S.,  (M.A.,  and  sometime  Fellow 

of  St.  John's,  Cambridge,)  D.D.,  Fellow  of  New  College. 

SEDLEIAN  PROFESSOKSHIP  OF  NATURAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  by  Sir  William  Sedley,  of  Aylesford 
in  Kent,  Bart.,  who  by  his  Will,  dated  October  20,  1618,  bequeathed 
the  sum  of  ,£2000  to  the  University,  to  be  laid  out  in  the  purchase  of 
lands,  for  its  endowment ;  and  his  bequest  took  effect  in  1621.  The 
stipend  arising  from  this  endowment  now  amounts  to  about  £320  a 
year,  and  is  further  augmented  by  an  annual  payment  of  £270  from 
the  revenues  of  Queen's  College  under  an  ordinance  of  the  University 
Commissioners  of  1854. 

Under  Statutes  made  for  Queen's  College  by  the  Commissioners  of 
1877  this  augmentation  is  hereafter  to  be  increased  from  the  College 
revenues  by  such  an  amount  as  shall  raise  the  income  of  the  Professor- 
ship to  £900  a  year. 

Under  another  Statute  of  the  same  Commissioners  the  Professor  is 
hereafter  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Vice-Chancellor, 
the  President  of  the  Royal  Society,  the  Provost  of  Queen's  College, 
a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  Queen's  College  to  act  as  an 
Elector  on  that  occasion,  the  Professor  of  Experimental  Philosophy, 
the  Savilian  Professor  of  Geometry,  and  a  person  nominated  on  each 
occasion  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that 
occasion.  If  the  Provost  of  Queen's  College  is  unable  to  act  as  an 
Elector,  the  College  may  appoint  a  person  to  act  in  his  stead. 

Professors. 

1621  Edward  Lapworth,  D.M.,  St.  Alban  Hall 

1636  John  Edwards,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's ;  D.M. 

1648  Joshua  Crosse,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1660  Thomas  Willis,  B.M.,  Ch.  Ch. ;  D.M, 

1675  Thomas  Millington,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls;  knighted 

1704  James  Fayrer,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen;  D.D. 

1720  Hon.  Charles  Bertie,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1741  Joseph  Browne,  D.D.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Queen's 

1767  Benjamin  Wheeler,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen,  and  Professor  of  Poetry; 

D.D.,  Regius  Professor  of  Divinity 
1782  Thomas  Hornsby,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Corpus,  Savilian  Professor  of 

Astronomy  and  Reader  in  Experimental  Philosophy ;  D.D. 
1810  George  Leigh  Cooke,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 
1853  BARTHOLOMEW  PRICE,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  F.R.S. 

WHYTE'S  PBOFESSOBSHIP  OF  MOKAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  in  the  year  1621  by  Thomas  Whyte, 
D.D.,  Canon  of  Christ  Church,  who  charged  an  estate  in  Essex,  which 
he  then  conveyed  to  the  University,  with  an  annual  stipend  of  £100 
for  the  Professor  and  with  other  payments.  He  made  the  Chair  tenable 
for  five  years  only,  or  at  the  most  for  ten,  and  appointed  the  Vice- 


MOKAL  PHILOSOPHY.  91 

Chancellor,  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church,  the  Presidents  of  Magdalen 
and  St.  John's,  and  the  two  Proctors,  to  be  the  electors. 

In  1673  a  practice  began  of  electing  one  of  the  Proctors,  usually  the 
Senior,  to  the  office ;  in  course  of  time  the  Lectures  were  entirely 
dropped ;  and  at  length  the  Professorship  was  so  forgotten,  that  it  was 
never  mentioned  in  the  Oxford  Calendar  before  the  year  1831,  the 
abuse  having  continued,  with  one  exception  only,  till  February  1829. 

The  Professorship  was  established  on  a  new  footing  by  a  Statute 
which  was  approved  by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1858. 

It  is  now  regulated  by  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877, 
under  which  the  stipend  of  the  Professor  will  be  ultimately  raised  to 
.£900  a-year,  namely,  ,£100  from  the  original  endowment,  arid  the 
residue,  including  the  emoluments  of  a  Fellowship  in  Corpus  Christi 
College  attached  to  the  Professorship,  from  the  revenues  of  that 
College. 

The  Professor  is  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Yice-Chancellor, 
the  Margaret  Professor  of  Divinity,  the  Regius  Professor  of  Modern 
History,  the  Vinerian  Professor  of  English  Law,  the  Waynflete  Pro- 
fessors of  Moral  and  Metaphysical  Philosophy,  a  member  of  Corpus 
Christi  College  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  College  to  act  as 
an  Elector  on  that  occasion,  and  a  person  nominated  as  a  permanent 
Elector  by  that  College,  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation  (at 
present,  Henry  G.  Liddell,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Christ  Church). 

Professors. 

1621  William  Price,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1630  Thomas  Ballow,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1634  Edward  Fulham,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1638  George  Gisbey,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1643  John  Berkenhead,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1648  Edward  Copley,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1649  Henry  Wilkinson,  B.D.,  Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall 

1654  Francis  Howell,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter ;  afterwards  Principal  of  Jesus 

1657  William  Carpender,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1660  Francis  Palmer,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1664  Andrew  Crispe,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1668  Nathaniel  Hodges,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1673  Abraham  Campion,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Trinity,  Senior  Proctor 

******** 

1708  Edward  Thwaytes,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Queen's,  and  Regius  Professor  of  Greek, 
not  a  Proctor 

1829  William  Mills,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1834  Eenn  Dickson  Hamrden,  D.D.,  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall;   afterwards 

Regius  Professor  of  Divinity,  Bishop  of  Hereford 
1836  William  Sewell,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1841  Charles  William  Stocker,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1842  George  Henry  Sacheverell  Johnson,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Queen's,  Savilian 

Professor  of  Astronomy 

1845  Henry  George  Liddell,  M.A.,  Student,  afterwards  Dean,  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1846  John  Matthias  Wilson,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  President,  of  Corpus 
1851  John  Matthias  Wilson,  B.D.,  re-elected 

1856—1858  Vacant 

1858  John  Matthias  Wilson,  B.D.,  re-elected 

1874  John  Richard  Turner  Eaton,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Mertou 

1878  Thomas  Hill  Green,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1882  WILLIAM  WALLACE,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 


92  PKOFESSORS. 


CAMDEN  PEOFESSOESHIP  OF  ANCIENT  HISTOEY. 

The  Professorship  of  Ancient  History  was  founded  in  the  year  1622 
by  William  Camden,  Esq.,  Clareneieux  King  at  Arms,  who  endowed  it 
with  an  annual  stipend  of  ,£140,  charged  upon  the  manor  of  Bexley  in 
Kent,  which  he  gave  to  the  University.  The  stipend  is  at  present  aug- 
mented to  £600  out  of  the  University  Chest. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  University 
and  Brasenose  College  respectively,  the  original  endowment  will 
ultimately  be  augmented  from  the  revenues  of  the  College  to  £900 
a- year,  and  the  Professor  will  be  ex  officio  a  Professorial  Fellow  of  that 
Society. 

The  Professor,  who  has  hitherto  been  elected  by  Convocation,  is 
hereafter  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  ^Vice-Chancellor, 
the  Regius  Professor  of  Greek,  the  Corpus  Christi  Professor  of  the 
Latin  Language  and  Literature,  the  Eegius  Professor  of  Modern 
History,  and  a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  Principal  and 
Fellows  of  Brasenose  College  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion. 

Professors. 

1622  Degory  Whear,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter ;  Principal  of  Gloucester  Hall 

1647  Robert  Waryng,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1648  Lewis  du  Moulin,  D.M.,  incorporated  from  Leyden 

1660  John  Lamphire,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College  ;  D.M.,  Principal  of  New  Inn, 

and  of  Hert,  Halls 

1688  Henry  Dodwell,  M.A.,  Hert  Hall,  incorporated  from  Dublin 
1691  Charles  Aldworth,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
1720  Sedgwick  Harrison,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 
1727  Richard  Frewin,  D.M.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1761  John  Warneford,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 
1773  William  Scott,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  University ;   D.C.L. ;   afterwards  Lord 

Stowell 

1785  Thomas  Warton,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Trinity;  sometime  Professor  of  Poetry 
1790  Thomas  Winstanley,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Hertford ;  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall, 

D.D. 

1823  Peter  Elmsley,  M.A.,  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall,  D.D 
1825  Edward  Cardwell,B.D.,Fellow  of  Brasenose ;  afterwards  Principal  of  St.  Alban 

Hall,  D.D. 
1861  GEOBGE  EAWLINSON,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

TOMLINS  PEOFESSOESHIP  OF  ANATOMY. 

A  Lecture  in  Anatomy  was  founded  in  1624  by  Richard  Tomlins, 
Esq.,  of  Westminster,  who  assigned  it  to  the  Eegius  Professor  of  Medi- 
cine for  the  time  being ;  and  to  this  was  annexed  in  1803  the  Pro- 
fessorship of  Anatomy  founded  by  Dr.  Aldrich.  By  a  Statute,  approved 
by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1858,  both  were  annexed  to  the  Linacre 
Professorship  of  Physiology. 

Under  a  Statute  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877,  the  emoluments 
arising  from  the  joint  foundations  are  to  be  applied,  in  such  manner  as 
the  University  shall  from  time  to  time  determine,  to  the  payment  of 
a  Demonstrator  or  Demonstrators  in  Anatomy  appointed  by  the  Linacre 
Professor  of  Human  and  Comparative  Anatomy.  See  post,  p.  110. 


MUSIC.  93 


PROFESSOKSHIP  OF  Music,  WITH  OFFICES  OF  CHOEAGUS 
AND  PE^CENTOB. 

William  Heather,  Doctor  in  Music,  founded  this  Professorship  in  the 
year  1626,  making  the  office  annual,  and  vesting  the  appointment  in 
the  Proctors.  He  also  made  provision  for  a  Choragus,  or  Master  of 
Musical  Praxis,  to  be  elected  by  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Dean  of 
Christ  Church,  the  Wai  den  of  New  College,  and  the  Presidents  of 
Magdalen  and  St.  John's.  He  assigned  to  his  Professor  a  stipend  of 
£3,  to  which  the  University  at  once  added  £2  5s.  (a  sum  previously 
received  by  the  ancient  Reader  in  Moral  Philosophy),  and  to  which 
Nathaniel,  Lord  Crewe,  Bishop  of  Durham,  afterwards  added  £30. 
The  stipend  of  the  Choragus  was  £13  6s.  8d. 

By  a  new  Statute,  approved  by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1857,  the 
Professor  is  elected  for  life  by  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Warden  of  New 
College,  the  President  of  Magdalen,  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church,  the 
President  of  St.  John's,  the  two  Proctors,  the  two  Savilian  Professors, 
and  the  Professor  of  Poetry  ;  and  the  Choragus  is  elected  by  the  Vice- 
Chancellor,  the  two  Proctors,  the  Professor  of  Music,  and  the  Public 
Orator ;  each  election  being  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation. 
And  it  has  been  enacted  that  there  shall  be  a  Preecentor  or  Coryphxus, 
nominated  by  the  Professor  of  Music,  subject  to  the  approval  of  Con- 
vocation, who  is  to  assist  the  Choragus.  The  stipend  of  the  Professor 
is  augmented  to  ,£100  out  of  the  University  Chest,  besides  the  benefac- 
tion of  Lord  Crewe.  The  stipend  of  the  Choragus  is  the  same  as 
Dr.  Heather  left  it,  but  he  shares  with  the  Praecentor  in  the  fees  paid 
by  Students. 

Professors,  holding  also  the  office  of  Choragus. 

1626  Richard  Nicholson,  B.  Mus.,  Organist  of  Magdalen 

1639  Arthur  Philipps,  B.Mus.,  Organist  of  Magdalen 

1656  John  Wilson,  D.  Mus. 

1661  Edward  Lowe,  Organist  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1(582  Richard  Goodson,  Organist  of  New  College,  afterwards  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1718  Richard  Goodson,  his  son,  B.  Mus.,  Organist  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1741  William  Hayes,  B.  Mus.,  Organist  of  Magdalen;  D.  Mus. 

1777  Philip  Hayes,  D.  Mus.,  Organist  of  New  College,  Magdalen,  and  St.  John's 

1797  William  Crotch,  B.  Mus.,  Organist  of  Ch.  Ch.  and  St.  John's ;  D.  Mus. 

In  the  year  1848  the  offices  were  divided. 
Professors. 

1848  Sir  Henry  Rowley  Bishop,  D.  Mus.,  Magdalen 

1855  Sir  FREDERICK  ARTHUR  GORE  OUSELEY,  Bart.,  M.A.  and  D.  Mus.,  Ch.  Ch. 

Choragi. 

1848  Stephen  Elvey,  D.  Mus.,  Organist  of  New  College  and  St.  John's 
1860  CHARLES  WILLIAM  CORFE,  D.Mus.,  Organist  of  Ch.  Ch. 

Pr&centores  or  Coryphaei. 

1856  Charles  William  Corfe,  D.  Mus.,  Organist  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1863  Leighton  George  Hayne,  D.  Mus.,  Queen's 

1883  Vacant. 


94  PROFESSORS. 


LAUDIAN  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  ARABIC. 

Founded  in  1636  by  William  Laud,  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  and 
Chancellor  of  the  University,  who  endowed  it  with  lands  in  the  parish 
of  Bray,  in  Berkshire,  which  gave  but  a  small  stipend.  The  income  has 
subsequently  been  augmented  to  ,£300  out  of  the  University  Chest. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877,  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  St.  John's  College  respectively,  future  Professors  will  receive, 
in  addition  to  the  emoluments  arising  from  Archbishop  Laud's  bene- 
faction, an  annual  payment  of  ,£'450  from  the  revenues  of  the  College. 
From  the  time  when  such  sum  shall  become  payable  the  holder  of  the 
Professorship  is  to  be  ex  ojficio  a  Fellow  of  the  College. 

The  Professor  is  hereafter  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the 
Secretary  of  State  for  India,  the  President  of  St.  John's  College,  the 
Regius  Professor  of  Hebrew,  the  Boden  Professor  of  Sanskrit,  and 
Bodley's  Librarian.  If  the  President  of  St.  John's  College  is  unable 
to  act  as  an  Elector,  the  College  may  appoint  a  person  to  act  in  his 
stead. 

Professors. 

1636  Edward  Pococke,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor  of 
Hebrew,  D.D. 

1691  Thomas  Hyde,  D.D.,  Queen's,  Bodley's  Librarian;  afterwards  Regius 
Professor  of  Hebrew 

1703  John  Wallis,  M.A.,  Demy,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Magdalen ;  B.D. 

1738  Thomas  Hunt,  M.A.,  Hert  Hall ;  Fellow  of  Hertford ;  afterwards  Lord 
Almoner's  Professor  of  Arabic,  D.D.,  and  Regius  Professor  of  Hebrew 

1774  Joseph  White,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Wadham ;  D.D.i;  afterwards  Regius  Professor 
of  Hebrew 

1814  Thomas  Winstanley,  D.D.,  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall,  and  Camden  Pro- 
fessor of  Ancient  History 

1823  Wyndham  Knatchbull,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1840  Stephen  Reay,  M.A.,  St.  Alban  Hall ;  B.D. ;  Sub-Librarian  of  the  Bodleian 

1861  ROBEBT  GANDELL,  M.A.,  Magdalen  Hall ;  Fellow  of  Hertford. 

PROFESSORSHIP  OF  BOTANY. 

In  compliance  with  the  Will  of  Henry  Danvers,  Earl  of  Danby,  by 
whose  munificence  during  the  period  1622 — 1633  the  Botanic  Garden 
was  founded,  the  impropriate  Rectory  of  Kirkdale  in  Yorkshire  was 
conveyed  to  the  University  for  the  purpose,  1.  of  paying  ,£40  a-year  to 
a  Gardener  ;  2.  of  building  a  house  for  the  Gardener ;  3.  of  defraying  the 
necessary  expenses  of  the  Garden ;  and  then  (if  possible)  establishing 
a  Professor.  This  bequest  took  effect  in  1659  ;  and  in  1669,  although 
the  revenue  was  very  small,  the  University  elected  a  Professor,  assigning 
to  him  a  stipend  of  ,£40  a-year.  But  that  Professor,  Dr.  Morison,  stands 
alone ;  no  immediate  successor  was  elected  by  Convocation. 

In  1728,  William  Sherard,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  St.  John's 
College,  bequeathed  to  the  University  his  Library  and  very  valuable 
Herbarium,  and  ,£3000  for  the  endowment  of  a  Professorship,  vesting 
the  nomination  in  the  College  of  Physicians.  Dr.  Sherard's  bequest 


BOTANY  AND   POETBY.  95 

took  effect  in  1734,  and,  in  compliance  with  a  condition  in  his  Will, 
the  University  then  charged  its  rents  and  revenues  with  an  annual  pay- 
ment of  ,£150  for  the  maintenance  of  the  Garden. 

In  1793  King  George  III  granted  the  sum  of  ,£200  yearly,  which 
was  reduced  by  fees  of  office  to  £182,  half  to  augment  the  stipend  of 
the  Professor,  and  half  towards  the  maintenance  of  the  Garden  ;  which 
sum,  since  the  remission  of  certain  stamp  duties  in  1855,  has  been  paid 
from  the  University  Chest. 

To  this  foundation  Dr.  Sibthorp  (who  was  Professor  of  Botany 
1784 — 96)  attached  a  Professorship  of  Rural  Economy  \  but  the  two 
Professorships  are  now  separated,  a  Statute  made  for  Magdalen  College 
by  the  University  Commissioners  of  1877  having  provided  that  in  the 
event  of  the  two  Professorships  ceasing  to  be  combined,  but  not  other- 
wise, a  Fellowship  in  the  College  should  be  attached  to  the  Professorship 
of  Botany,  and  further  that  the  emoluments  of  that  Professorship  should 
be  augmented  from  the  College  revenues  to  £300  a-year. 

The  Professor  of  Botany  is  hereafter  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  con- 
sisting of  the  Visitor  and  President  of  Magdalen  College,  the  Presidents 
of  the  Linnaean  Society  and  of  the  College  of  Physicians,  a  person  nomi- 
nated by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  as  a  permanent  Elector,  subject  to 
approval  by  Convocation,  the  Linacre  Professor  of  Human  and  Com- 
parative Anatomy,  and  the  Professor  of  Botany  in  the  University  of 
Cambridge. 

The  charge  and  supervision  of  the  Botanic  Garden  are  committed 
to  the  Professor  of  Botany,  to  be  exercised  by  him  subject  to  such 
authority  as  may  for  the  time  being  be  vested  in  the  Curators  of  the 
Garden. 

Professors. 

1669  Robert  Morison,  D.M.,  University 

1684  Jacob  Bobart 

1720  Edwin  Sandys,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  Wadham 

1724  Gilbert  Trowe,  P.M.,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1734  John  Jacob  Dillenius,  St.  John's ;  D.M. 

1747  Humphrey  Sibthorp,  D.M.,  Magdalen 

1784  John  Sibthorp,  D.M.,  University 

1796  George  Williams,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1834  Charles  Giles  Bridle  Daubeny,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1868  Marmaduke  Alexander  Lawson  (M.A.  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge), 

M.A.,  Magdalen 
1883  Vacant. 

PROFESSORSHIP  OF  POETRY. 

Founded  by  Henry  Birkhead,  sometime  of  Trinity,  afterwards  Fellow 
of  All  Souls,  a  Barrister  of  the  Inner  Temple,  and  D.C.L.,  who  be- 
queathed for  the  endowment  an  estate  which  he  held  by  lease  from  the 
Dean  and  Chapter  of  Durham.  His  bequest  took  effect  in  1708.  The 
fee-simple  of  the  estate  has  since  been  purchased  by  the  University. 
The  yearly  stipend  of  the  Professorship  consists  of  £80  from  the  rent 
of  the  estate,  and  is  increased  by  £20  from  the  Benefaction  of  Nathaniel, 

1  See  post,  page  102. 


9b  PROFESSORS. 

Lord  Crewe,  Bishop  of  Durham.  The  Professor  is  elected  by  the  Mem- 
bers of  Convocation  for  five  years,  on  the  expiration  of  which  he  may 
be  re-elected  for  five  years  more.  He  must  be  at  the  least  a  Master  of 
Arts  or  a  Bachelor  of  Civil  Law. 

Prof esso  rs. 

1708  Joseph  Trapp,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Wadham 

1718  Thomas  Warton,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen;  B.D. 

1728  Joseph  Spence,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor 

of  Modern  History 

1738  John  Whitfield,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1741  Robert  Lowth,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College;   afterwards  successively 

Bishop  of  St.  David's,  Oxford,  and  London 
1751  William  Hawkins,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Pembroke 
1756  Thomas  Warton,  M.A.,  FeUow  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Camden  Professor  of 

Ancient  Histoiy 
1766  Benjamin  Wheeler,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen;  afterwards  Professor  of 

Natural  Philosophy,  D.D.,  and  Regius  Professor  of  Divinity 
1776  John  Randolph,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor  of 

Divinity,  and  D.D. 

1783  Robert  Holmes,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  D.D. 
1793  James  Hurdis,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen;  D.D. 
1802  Edward  Copleston,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Oriel;  afterwards 

Bishop  of  Llandafi',  and  Dean  of  St.  Paul's 
1812  John  Josias  Conybeare,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Professor  of  Anglo-Saxon ; 

Prebendary  of  York 

1821  Henry  Hart  Milman,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Brasenose,  afterwards  Pre- 
bendary of  Westminster  and  Dean  of  St.  Paul's 
1831  John  Keble,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Oriel 
1842  James  Garbett,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Brasenose 
1852  Thomas  Legh  Claughton,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Trinity;  afterwards 

Bishop  of  Rochester ;  Bishop  of  St.  Alban's 

1857  Matthew  Arnold,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Hon.  D.C.L. 
1867  Sir  Francis  Hastings  Doyle,  Bart.,  B.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls ; 

M.A.,  Hon.  D.C.L. 
1877  JOHN  CAMPBELL  SHAIEP,  M.A.,  Balliol,  Principal  of  the  University  of  St. 

Andrew's. 


THE  LOED  ALMONER'S  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  ARABIC. 

The  origin  of  this  Professorship  cannot  be  ascertained,  for  the  records 
of  the  Almonry  Office  anterior  to  the  year  1724  perished  in  a  fire  which 
took  place  many  years  ago  in  St.  James's  Palace.  But  it  is  probable 
that  the  first  appointment  was  made  in  the  reign  of  George  I,  and 
that  no  person  held  it  before  the  eminent  Orientalist  John  Gagnier, 
whose  name  is  now  the  first  on  record,  and  who,  in  1717,  was  appointed 
by  the  Vice-Chancellor  to  give  public  Lectures  in  Arabic  in  the  absence 
of  the  Laudian  Professor. 

The  Professor  is  appointed  by  the  Lord  High  Almoner.  The  yearly 
stipend,  which  at  first  was  only  ,£25,  was  raised  to  ,£50  in  1770  ;  but 
this  sum  is  considerably  reduced  by  fees  of  office  in  the  Exchequer. 

Professors. 

1724  John  Gagnier,  M.A.,  of  Cambridge 

1741  Thomas  Hunt,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Hertford,  and  Laudian  Professor  of  Arabic  ; 
D.D. ;  afterwards  Regius  .Professor  of  Hebrew. 


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1748  Richard  Browne,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Trinity ;  D.D. ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor 

1780  Henry  Ford,  B.A.,  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall,  D.C.L. 
1813  John  David  Macbride,  D.C.L.,  Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall 
1868  Thomas  Chenery  (M.A.,  of  Cains  College,  Cambridge),  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
1878  GEOKGK  FREDERICK  NICHOLL,  M.A.,  Balliol. 


REGIUS  PKOFESSOBSHIP  or  MODEKN  HISTOKY. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  hy  King  George  I  in  1724,  with  an 
annual  stipend  of  ,£400,  reduced  by  fees  of  office  to  <£371,  to  be  paid 
from  the  Exchequer.  This  stipend,  since  the  remission  of  certain 
stamp  duties  in  1855,  has  been  paid  from  the  University  Chest.  Under 
an  ordinance  of  the  University  Commissioners  the  endowment  has  been 
augmented  by  the  annual  sum  of  ,£250  from  the  revenues  of  Oriel 
College. 

Regulations  concerning  the  duties  of  the  Professor  were  made  by 
Letters  Patent  under  the  Great  Seal  in  1859.  The  original  regulations 
comprised  a  scheme  for  instruction  in  modern  languages,  which  is  now 
provided  by  Sir  Robert  Taylor's  bequest. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  Oriel  College  respectively,  the  stipend  of  the  Professor  will 
ultimately  be  ,£900  a-year,  namely,  ,£300  from  the  University  Chest, 
and  the  residue,  including  the  emoluments  of  a  Professor-Fellowship  in 
Oriel  College  annexed  to  the  Chair,  from  the  revenues  of  that  College. 

Professors. 

1724  David  Gregory,  M.A.,  Student,  afterwards  Dean,  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1736  William  Holmes,  D.D.,  President  of  St.  John's 

1742  Joseph  Spence,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College,  sometime  Professor  of  Poetry 

1768  John  Vivian,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1771  Thomas  Nowell,  D.D.,  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall 

1801  Henry  Beeke,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1813  Edward  Nares,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton ;  D.D. 

1841  Thomas  Arnold,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1842  John  Antony  Cramer,  D.D.,  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall,  and  Public  Orator 
1848  Henry  Halford  Vaughan,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1858  Goldwin  Smith,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  University 

1866  WILLIAM  STUBBS,  M.A..  sometime  Fellow  of  Trinity,  Fellow  of  Oriel ; 
Hon.  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Hon.  Fellow  of  Balliol ;  D.D. 


PKOFESSOBSHIP  or  EXPEEIMENTAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

This  Professorship  is  due  to  the  bounty  of  Nathaniel,  Lord  Crewe, 
Bishop  of  Durham  1674—1722,  who  desired  that  ,£30  out  of  the  annual 
Benefaction  of  ,£200  which  he  bequeathed  to  the  University  should 
be  paid  to  "  a  Reader  of  Experimental  Philosophy."  It  began  in  1749, 
when  his  bequest  was  first  received  ;  but  Public  Lectures  on  the  sub- 
ject were  previously  given.  To  this  small  stipend  King  George  IV, 
while  Prince  Regent,  added  a  grant  of  £100  a-year  from  the  revenues 
of  the  Crown ;  which  sum,  since  the  remission  of  certain  stamp  duties 


98  PROFESSORS. 

in  1855,  has  been  paid  from  the  University  Chest.  The  University 
has  further  augmented  the  stipend  to  £300  a-year ;  and,  under  an 
ordinance  of  the  University  Commissioners  of  1855,  the  present  Pro- 
fessor also  receives  the  annual  sum  of  ,£200  from  the  revenues  of 
Wadham  College.  The  Professor  was  appointed  by  the  Vice-Chancellor 
alone  until  the  year  1863,  then  by  a  Board  of  Electors. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  -Wadham  College  respectively,  the  total  emoluments  of  the 
Professorship,  exclusive  of  fees,  are  ultimately  to  be  not  less  than  .£700 
or  more  than  £900  a-year.  A  non-stipendiary  Fellowship  in  Wadham 
College  is  also  annexed  to  the  Chair. 

The  Professor  is  hereafter  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the 
Vice-Chancellor,  the  Warden  of  Wadham  College,  the  Sedleian  Professor 
of  Natural  Philosophy,  the  Waynflete  Professor  of  Chemistry,  and  the 
President  of  the  Royal  Society.  If  the  Warden  of  Wadham  College  is 
unable  to  act  as  an  Elector,  the  College  may  appoint  a  person  to  act  in 
his  stead. 

The  Professor  has  the  charge  of  the  Clarendon  Laboratory. 

Readers  or  Professsors. 

1749  James  Bradley,  D.D.,  Balliol,  Savilian  Professor  of  Astronomy 

1763  Thomas  Hornsby,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus,  and  Professor  of  Astronomy; 

afterwards  Professor  of  Natural  Philosophy ;  D.D. 
1810  Stephen  Peter  Rigaud,  MA.,  Fellow  of  Exeter,  and  Professor  of  Geometry ; 

afterwards  Professor  of  Astronomy 
1839  Robert  Walker,  M.A.,  Wadham 
1865  ROBERT  BELLAMY  CLIFTON,  (M.A.,  and  formerly  Fellow  of  St.  John's  College, 

Cambridge),  M.A.,  Hon.  Fellow  (afterwards  FeUow)  of  Wadham ;  Fellow 

ofMerton;  F.R.S.,  F.R.A.S. 


VINEBIAN  PEOFESSOBSHIP  OF  COMMON  LAW. 

Charles  Viner,  Esq.,  by  his  Will,  dated  December  20,  1755,  left 
about  £12,000  to  the  University,  to  establish  a  Professorship,  and 
to  endow  such  Fellowships  and  Scholarships  of  the  Common  Law, 
as  the  produce  of  his  legacy  might  be  thought  capable  of  supporting. 
His  bequest  took  effect  in  1758,  and  the  stipend  of  the  Professorship 
was  then  fixed  at  £200  a-year,  and  the  Professor  was  to  be  elected  by 
Convocation. 

Under  a  Statute  approved  by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1867,  the 
Professor  was  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  thereby  constituted,  and  until 
there  should  be  a  vacancy  in  the  Professorship  a  Reader  was  to  be 
appointed  from  time  to  time  for  three  years,  to  give  instruction  in  Civil 
Law  as  well  as  English  Law.  The  first  Eeader  was  appointed  February 
25,  1868,  and  the  Readership  was  continued  until  December,  1881. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  All  Souls  College  respectively,  the  Professor  is  to  receive  the 
annual  proceeds  of  the  trust  estate  of  Mr.  Viner 's  Foundation,  after 
payment  of  the  statutory  emoluments  of  the  Scholars  of  that  Foundation, 


COMMON  LAW.  99 

and  also  the  emoluments  appropriated  to  the  Professorship  out  of  the 
revenues  of  All  Souls  College.  These  latter  are  ,£200  a-year  as  the 
emolument  of  a  Fellowship  in  the  College  attached  to  the  Professorship, 
and,  in  addition,  such  a  sum  as,  together  with  what  the  Professor  shall 
receive  from  the  Vinerian  Foundation,  shall  amount  to  £700  a-year. 

The  Professor  is  henceforth  to1  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of 
the  Chancellor  of  the  University,  the  Lord  Chief  Justice  of  England, 
the  Eegius  Professor  of  Civil  Law,  the  Corpus  Professor  of  Juris- 
prudence, and  a  person  to  be  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  All  Souls 
College  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion. 

Professors. 

1758  William  Blackstone,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  afterwards  one  of  the 

Judges  in  the  Court  of  Common  Pleas 
1762  Robert  Chambers,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  University ;  afterwards  Principal  of 

New  Inn  Hall,  and  Chief  Justice  of  Bengal 
1777  Richard  Wooddeson,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
1793  James  Blackstone,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  afterwards  Principal  of  New 

Inn  Hall 

1824  Philip  Williams,  B.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  New  College ;  D.C.L. 
1843  John  Robert  Kenyon,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 
1882  ALBERT  VENN  DICEY,  M.A.,  B.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of 

All  Souls. 

Readers. 

1868  Kenelm  Edward  Digby,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1874  Thomas  Erskine  Holland,  M.A.,   B.C.L.,  sometime   Fellow  of  Exeter; 

afterwards  Chichele  Professor  of  International   Law  and  Diplomacy; 

Fellow  of  All  Souls;  D.C.L. 
1874  Sir  William  Reynell  Anson,  Bart.,  M.A,  Fellow  (afterwards  Warden)  of  All 

Souls ;  B.C.L.,  D.C.L. 


LICHFIELD  TRUST  FOB  CLINICAL  INSTRUCTION. 

A  Professorship  was  founded  for  the  reading  of  Clinical  Lectures  in 
the  Eadcliffe  Infirmary  to  the  Students  in  Medicine  of  the  University, 
by  the  bounty  of  George  Henry  Lee,  third  Earl  of  Lichfield  of  that 
name,  Chancellor  of  the  University;  who  bequeathed  for  its  endow- 
ment some  property  in  London,  which  in  1780,  when  his  bequest  took 
effect,  produced  a  capital  sum  exceeding  ,£7000  in  £3  per  cent.  Con- 
solidated Annuities.  This  Fund  is  invested  in  the  names  of  the  Chan- 
cellor of  the  University,  the  Bishop  of  Oxford,  and  the  President  of  St. 
John's  College  as  ex  officio  Trustees.  The  Professor  was  chosen  by  Convo- 
cation, and  was  to  be  a  Doctor  of  Medicine  of  five  years'  standing. 

A  Statute  made  for  the  University  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877 
directed  that  the  income  of  the  Trust  Fund  should  be  applied  in  or 
towards  providing  Clinical  instruction  in  Oxford  for  Members  of 
the  University,  such  instruction  to  be  given  by  a  Clinical  Professor, 
or  by  one  or  more  Clinical  Lecturer  or  Lecturers,  and  empowered  the 
University  to  make  Statutes  regulating  the  office  of  any  such  Professor 
or  Lecturer. 

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100  PKOFESSOES. 

In  exercise  of  this  authority  the  University  in  1883  enacted  that  the 
annual  income  of  the  endowment  should  be  applied  in  and  towards 
providing  Clinical  instruction  in  Medicine  and  Surgery  for  Members 
of  the  University  at  the  Radcliffe  Infirmary,  subject  to  the  approval  by 
the  Hebdomadal  Council  of  the  rules  made  from  time  to  time  by  the 
Governors  of  the  Infirmary  for  the  admission  of  Students.  If  and  so 
long  as  the  Hebdomadal  Council  is  allowed  to  nominate  four  of  its 
members  to  be  associated  with  the  Electoral  Board  appointed  by  the 
Governors  for  the  appointment  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  of  the 
Infirmary,  one  of  the  Physicians  is  to  be  appointed  Lichfield  Clinical 
Lecturer  in  Medicine,  and  one  of  the  Surgeons  Lichfield  Clinical 
Lecturer  in  Surgery,  each  receiving  an  equal  moiety  of  the  annnal 
income  of  the  endowment.  Each  is  to  be  appointed  for  a  term  of 
two  years,  but  is  to  be  capable  of  re-appointment.  The  appointment  is 
to  be  made  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  after  consultation  with  the 
Medical  Staff  of  the  Infirmary. 

The  provisions  of  the  University  Statute  are  to  remain  in  force  only 
until  the  end  of  the  next  Term  after  any  vacancy  may  occur  in  the 
Eegius  Professorship  of  Medicine. 

Professors. 

1780  John  Parsons,  D.M.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1785  Martin  Wall,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  New  College 
1824  Robert  Bourne,  D.M.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Worcester 
1830  James  Adey  Ogle,  D.M.,  Trinity ;  Regius  Professor  of  Medicine 
1857  Henry  Wentworth  Acland,  D.M.,  Ch.  Ch.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls, 
Regius  Professor  of  Medicine ;  resigned  in  1880. 

The  following  appointments  have  been  made  under  the  new 
Statute  :— 

Lecturer  in  Medicine. 

1883  EDWARD  BENJAMIN  GRAY,  D.M.,  Exeter. 

Lecturer  in  Surgery. 
1883  ALFRED  WINKFIELD,  F.R.C.S. 


EAWLINSONIAN  PKOFESSOKSHIP  OF  ANGLO-SAXON. 

Founded  by  Richard  Eawlinson,  D.C.L.,  of  St.  John's  College,  who 
endowed  it  with  some  annual  or  fee-farm  rents,  payable  out  of  certain 
lands  in  Lancashire.  He  directed  that  the  Professorship  should  be 
tenable  for  five  years  only,  that  the  several  Colleges  in  the  University 
should  enjoy  it  one  after  another,  but  that  St.  John's  College  should 
have  every  fifth  turn.  The  endowment  took  effect  in  1795,  forty  years 
after  his  death,  according  to  his  desire. 

By  a  Statute,  sanctioned  by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1858,  the  Pro- 
fessorship was  made  tenable  for  life,  any  Member  of  Convocation  be- 
came eligible,  and  the  range  of  the  Professor's  lectures  was  no  longer 
confined  to  the  language  of  the  Anglo-Saxons,  but  was  made  to  take 
in  also  the  history  of  that  people,  the  old  Low- German  dialects,  and 


ANGLO-SAXON.  101 

antiquities  of  Northern  Europe.     The  election  was  vested  in  the 
igregation  of  the  University,  and  the  stipend  was  augmented  to  ,£'300 
a-year  from  the  University  Chest. 

Under  a  Statute  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  the  Professor's 
stipend  remains  as  before ;  the  Professor  is  hereafter  to  be  elected  by  a 
Board  consisting  of  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Merton  Professor  of 
English  Language  and  Literature,  the  Corpus  Christi  Professor  of 
Comparative  Philology,  the  Principal  Librarian  of  the  British  Mu- 
seum, and  a  person  appointed  on  each  occasion  by  the  Hebdomadal 
Council  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion. 

The  University  may  at  any  time  by  Statute  determine  that  this 
Professorship  shall  be  united  with  a  Professorship,  the  foundation  of 
which  is  not  yet  completed,  called  the  Merton  Professorship  of  English 
Language  and  Literature,  or  shall  be  capable  of  being  held  with  it. 

Professors. 

1795  Charles  Mayo,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1800  Thomas  Hardcastle,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1803  James  Ingram,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  President,  of  Trinity 

1808  John  Josias  Conybeare,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Prebendaiy  of  York ; 

afterwards  Professor  of  Poetry 

1812  Charles  Dyson,  M.A.,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Corpus 
1817  Thomas  Silver,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 
1822  Charles  John  Kidley,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  University 
1827  Arthur  Johnson,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Wadham 
1829  Francis  Pearson  Walesby,  B.C.L.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln 
1834  Robert  Meadows  White,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
1839  Henry  Bristow  Wilson,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 
1844  William  Edward  Buckley,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Brasenose 
1849  John  Earle,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 
1854—1858  Vacant 

1858  Joseph  Bosworth,  D.D.,  Ch.Ch.,  incorporated  from  Trinity  College,  Cambridge 
1876  JOHN  EAELE,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Oriel,  again. 


ALDRICHIAN  PROFESSORSHIPS  OF  ANATOMY,  THE  PRACTICE 
OF  MEDICINE,  AND  CHEMISTRY. 

These  three  Professorships  were  founded  by  George  Aldrich,  D.M., 
sometime  of  Merton  College,  who  by  his  Will,  proved  Jan.  26,  1798, 
bequeathed  the  residue  of  his  property  for  their  endowment  in  equal 
portions.  This  fund  in  1803,  when  his  bequest  took  effect,  amounted 
to  ,£12,950  in  £3  per  cent.  Government  Annuities. 

The  revenues  of  the  Professorship  of  Anatomy,  (which  was  annexed 
by  the  founder  himself  to  the  Tomlins  Praelectorship,  and  so  to  the 
Regius  Professorship  of  Medicine,)  have  by  various  enactments,  and 
ultimately  by  a  Statute  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  concerning 
the  Linacre  Professor  of  Human  and  Comparative  Anatomy,  been 
made  applicable  to  the  payment  of  a  Demonstrator  or  Demonstrators 
in  Anatomy  appointed  by  that  Professor. 

The  Professorship  of  the  Practice  of  Medicine,  which  at  first  was 
in  the  gift  of  Convocation,  and  was  held  from  1803  to  1824  by  Dr. 
Bourne,  afterwards  Clinical  Professor,  and  from  1824  to  1857  by 


102  PROFESSOKS. 

Dr.  Ogle,  Clinical  Professor,  was  annexed  under  a  Statute,  sanctioned 
by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1858,  and  still  operative,  to  the  Regius 
Professorship  of  Medicine. 

The  Professorship  of  Chemistry  was  in  the  gift  of  Convocation. 
The  stipend  was  augmented  by  King  George  IV,  while  Prince  Eegent, 
by  a  grant  of  ,£100  from  the  revenues  of  the  Crown  ;  which  sum,  since 
the  remission  of  certain  stamp  duties  in  1855,  has  been  paid  from  the 
University  Chest :  and  the  whole  is  now,  since  the  suppression  of  the 
Professorship  in  1866,  applied  to  the  payment  of  the  salary  of  a 
Demonstrator,  and  to  the  purchase  of  chemical  apparatus  or  other 
means  towards  the  promotion  of  the  study  of  chemistry  in  the 
University. 

Professors  of  Chemistry. 

1803  John  Kidd,  D.M.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1822  Charles  Giles  Bridie  Daubeny,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
1855  Benjamin  Collins  Brodie,  B.A.,  Balliol ;  afterwards  Sir  B.  C.  Brodie,  Bart, 
M.A. 

Demonstrators. 

1873  Thomas  Heathcote  Gerald  Wyndham,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Merton 
1873  WALTEB  WILLIAM  FISHEB,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Corpus. 


PEOFESSOESHIP  or  RUEAL  ECONOMY. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  under  the  will  of  John  Sibthorp,  D.M., 
University  College,  Professor  of  Botany  1784-96,  and  attached  by  him 
to  the  Sherardian  Professorship  of  Botany. 

By  a  Statute  made  by  the  University  Commissioners  of  1877  the  two 
Professorships  have  been  separated,  and  under  a  scheme  sanctioned  by 
the  Chancery  Division  of  the  High  Court  of  Justice  in  1883  the  Pro- 
fessor of  Eural  Economy  is  henceforth  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  con- 
sisting of  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Sherardian  Professor  of  Botany,  the 
Professor  of  Geology,  the  Waynflete  Professors  of  Physiology  and  of 
Chemistry,  and  the  Presidents  of  the  Royal  and  the  Linnaean  Societies. 

The  Professor  is  to  hold  office  for  three  years  from  election,  at  the 
end  of  which  period  he  may  be  re-elected  for  a  second  term  of  three 
years,  but  no  Professor  is  to  hold  the  Professorship  for  more  than  six 
years  consecutively.  He  is  to  lecture  and  give  instruction  on  the  scien- 
tific principles  of  Agriculture  and  Forestry,  and  to  receive  the  emolu- 
ment of  ,£200  a-year  assigned  by  the  Founder  to  the  Professorship. 


PROFESSOESHIPS  OF  MINEEALOGY  AND  GEOLOGY. 

Lectures  in  Mineralogy  and  Geology  having  been  delivered  before 
the  University  by  permission  of  the  Vice-Chancellor,  King  George  IV, 
while  Prince  Regent,  was  pleased  to  endow  two  Chairs  for  those  sub- 
jects by  a  grant  of  .£100  a-year  for  each  from  the  revenues  of  the 
Crown,  the  former  in  1813,  the  latter  in  1818.  The  stipends,  after 
the  remission  of  certain  stamp  duties  in  1855,  were  paid  from  the 


MINERALOGY  AND  GEOLOGY.          103 

University  Chest,  and  the  University  augmented  them  by  the  further 
annual  payment  of  ,£150  to  the  Professor  of  Mineralogy  and  of  ,£300 
to  the  Professor  of  Geology,  subject  to  certain  conditions,  whereof 
residence  was  one.  The  Professors  were  appointed  by  the  Vice- 
Chancellor. 

WAYNFLETE  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  MINERALOGY. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  Magdalen  College  respectively,  the  Professor  of  Mineralogy 
is  hereafter  to  be  styled  the  Waynflete  Professor  of  Mineralogy,  and 
is  to  receive  a  stipend  of  £500  a-year,  namely,  £100  from  the 
University  Chest,  and  the  residue,  including  the  emoluments  of  a 
Fellowship  in  the  College  attached  to  the  Professorship,  from  the 
revenues  of  Magdalen  College. 

He  is  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Visitor  and  the 
President  of  Magdalen  College,  the  Professor  of  Experimental  Philo- 
sophy, the  Waynflete  Professor  of  Chemistry,  the  Professor  of  Mineralogy 
in  the  University  of  Cambridge,  the  President  of  the  Koyal  Society,  and 
a  person  appointed  on  each  occasion  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  to 
act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion.  If  the  President  of  Magdalen  College 
is  unable  to  act  as  an  Elector,  the  College  may  appoint  a  person  to  act 
in  his  stead. 

The  Professor  has  charge  of  the  Mineralogical  Collection  belonging 
to  the  University. 

Professors. 

1813  William  Buckland,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus ;  afterwards  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch., 

D.D.,  and  Dean  of  Westminster 
1856  MEBVIN  HEBBEBT  NEVIL  STOBY-MASKELYNE,  M.A.,  Hon.  Fellow  of  Wadham. 

PROFESSORSHIP  OF  GEOLOGY. 

Under  a  Statute  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  the  present 
stipend  of  £400  a-year  from  the  University  Chest  is,  as  circumstances 
permit,  to  be  augmented  from  that  in  default  of  any  other  source,  to 
not  less  than  £700  or  more  than  £900  a-year  ;  the  requirements  as  to 
residence  by  the  Professor  varying  according  to  the  stipend  received  by 
him  for  the  time  being. 

The  Professor  is  hereafter  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the 
Vice- Chancellor,  the  Waynflete  Professor  of  Chemistry,  the  Linacre 
Professor  of  Human  and  Comparative  Anatomy,  the  Professor  of 
Geology  in  the  University  of  Cambridge,  and  the  President  of  the 
Eoyal  Society. 

Professors. 

1818  William  Buckland,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus;  afterwards  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch., 

D.D.,  and  Dean  of  Westminster 
1856  John  Phillips,  M.A.,  Magdalen ;  afterwards  Hon.  Fellow  of  Magdalen,  and 

Hon.  D.C.L. 
1374  JOSEPH  PBESTWICH,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 


104  PROFESSORS. 


PBOFESSOBSHIP  OF  POLITICAL  ECONOMY. 

Founded  in  the  year  1825  by  Henry  Drummond,  Esq.,  of  Albury 
Park,  in  the  county  of  Surrey,  and  formerly  of  Christ  Church,  who 
charged  his  estate  with  a  yearly  rent  of  «£100  for  the  endowment.  The 
Professor  was  to  be  elected  by  Convocation.  The  Professorship  was  not 
tenable  for  more  than  five  years,  and  at  first  no  one  could  be  re-elected 
to  it  until  after  an  interval  of  two  years,  but  this  latter  restriction  was 
abolished  by  a  Statute  made  in  December,  1867. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  All  Souls  College  respectively,  the  emoluments  derived  from 
Mr.  Drummond's  Benefaction  are  to  be  augmented  from  the  revenues 
of  the  College  to  ,£300  a-year,  and  the  Professor  is  to  receive  from  the 
same  source  the  additional  yearly  sum  of  £200  as  the  emolument  of 
a  Fellowship  to  be  held  by  him  in  the  College. 

The  Professor  is  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Chancellor  of 
the  University,  the  Chancellor  of  the  Exchequer  for  the  time  being, 
the  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History,  Whyte's  Professor  of  Moral 
Philosophy,  and  a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  Warden 
and  Fellows  of  All  Souls  College  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion. 
The  Professor  is  to  hold  office  for  five  years,  but  may  be  re-elected. 

Professors. 

1825  Nassau  William  Senior,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1830  Richard  Whately,  D.D.,  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall ;  afterwards  Archbishop 

of  Dublin 

1832  William  Forster  Lloyd,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1837  Herman  Merivale,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Balliol 
1842  Travers  Twiss,  D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  University;  afterwards  Regius  Professor 

of  Civil  Law;  F.R.S. 
1847  Nassau  William  Senior,  again 
1852  George  Kettilby  Rickards,  M.A.,  (afterwards  Sir  George  Kettilby  Rickardfi, 

K.C.B.),  sometime  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's 
1857  Charles  Neate,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 
1862  James  Edwin  Thorold  Rogers,  M.A.,  Magdalen  Hall 
1868  BONAMY  PRICE,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Worcester;  re-elected  in  1873, 

1878,  and  1883. 


BODEN  PBOFESSOB  or  SANSKRIT. 

The  late  Joseph  Boden,  Esq.,  Colonel  in  the  East  India  Company's 
service,  bequeathed  the  whole  of  his  property  to  the  University,  for  the 
purpose  of  promoting  the  study  of  Sanskrit  literature,  "  being  of  opi- 
"  nion  that  a  more  general  and  critical  knowledge  of  the  Sanskrit 
"  language  will  be  a  means  of  enabling  his  Countrymen  to  proceed  in 
"the  conversion  of  the  Natives  of  India  to  the  Christian  Religion,  by 
"  disseminating  a  knowledge  of  the  Sacred  Scriptures  amongst  them, 
"  more  effectually  than  all  other  means  whatsoever."  Regulations  for 
carrying  his  purpose  into  effect  by  establishing  a  Professorship  and 


LOGIC.  105 

Scholarships  have  been  made  by  Decrees  of  the  Court  of  Chancery  in 
1830  and  1860. 

The  yearly  stipend  of  the  Professor,  which  now  is  more  than  ,£900, 
may  be  increased  by  accumulations  of  the  fund  to  ,£1000,  which  sum 
it  is  never  to  exceed. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  Balliol  College  respectively,  a  non-stipendiary  Fellowship  in 
that  College  is  attached  to  the  Professorship,  and  the  Professor  is  here- 
after to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Secretary  of  State  for 
India,  the  Corpus  Christ!  Professor  of  Comparative  Philology,  the 
Professor  of  Sanskrit  in  the  University  of  Cambridge,  a  person  nomi- 
nated on  each  occasion  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council,  subject  to  the 
approval  of  Convocation,  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion,  and  a 
person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  Balliol  College  to  act  as  an 
Elector  on  that  occasion. 

Professors. 

1832  Horace  Hayman  Wilson,  M.A.,  Exeter 

1860  MONIEB  WILLIAMS,  M.A.,  University,   Hon.  D.C.L.;   C.I.E.;    afterwards 
Fellow  of  Balliol. 


WYKEHAM  PBOFESSOESHIP  OF  LOGIC. 

Anciently  it  was  the  duty  of  every  Regent  M.A.  to  give  instruction 
in  the  Arts  in  which  he  had  graduated  ;  afterwards  the  University 
provided  that  in  four  of  them,  for  which  no  Chair  had  been  endowed, 
namely,  Grammar,  Rhetoric,  Logic,  and  Metaphysics,  Lectures  should 
be  regularly  given  by  Readers  appointed  for  the  purpose,  who  received 
stipends  from  a  small  tax  levied  upon  the  Inceptors  of  each  year  and 
upon  the  Students  who  were  bound  to  attend  the  Lectures.  After  the 
introduction  of  the  Procuratorial  Cycle  in  1629,  these  Readers  were 
chosen  according  to  that  Cycle,  and  held  office  for  two  years.  At 
length  these  Lectures,  like  the  Lectures  on  Moral  Philosophy,  fell 
into  disuse,  and  even  the  form  of  electing  Readers  was  dropped, 
although  the  tax  for  their  maintenance  was  still  collected.  This  con- 
tinued till  the  year  1839,  when  a  Statute  was  passed,  which,  omitting 
the  subjects  of  Grammar,  Rhetoric,  and  Metaphysics,  directed  that 
there  should  be  a  regular  Prselector  of  Logic,  elected  by  Convocation 
for  a  period  of  ten  years,  but  capable  of  re-election,  who  should  receive 
as  his  stipend  the  produce  of  a  small  tax  levied  upon  all  Members  of 
the  University  below  the  degree  of  Master  of  Arts.  By  subsequent 
Statutes  the  stipend  was  raised  to  £400  a-year,  and  the  Professorship 
made  tenable  for  life. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Uni- 
versity and  New  College  respectively,  the  Professorship  is  henceforth 
to  be  styled  the  Wykeham  Professorship  of  Logic  ;  a  Professor-Fellow- 
ship in  New  College  is  attached  to  the  Chair  ;  and  the  stipend  is  fixed 
at  £900  a-year,  namely,  £400  from  the  University  Chest,  and  £300 


106  PKOFESSOKS. 

with  the  emoluments,  amounting  to  ^£200,  of  an  Ordinary  Fellowship, 
from  the  revenues  of  New  College.  The  Professor  is  to  be  elected  by 
a  Board  consisting  of  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Sedleian  Professor  of 
Natural  Philosophy,  Whyte's  Professor  of  Moral  Philosophy,  a  person 
nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  Warden  and  Fellows  of  New  Col- 
lege to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion,  and  a  person  nominated  as 
a  permanent  Elector  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council,  subject  to  the  approval 
of  Convocation. 

Professors. 

1839  Eichard  Michell,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;  afterwards  Public  Orator,  and 

Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall ;  Principal  of  Hertford  College ;  D.D. 
1849  Hemy  Wall,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Balliol 
1873  THOMAS  FOWLEB,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;  afterwards  President  of  Corpus. 


REGIUS  PBOFESSOESHIPS  OF  PASTOKAL  THEOLOGY  AND 
ECCLESIASTICAL  HISTORY. 

An  Act  of  Parliament  of  the  year  1840,  Stat.  3  &  4  Viet.  c.  113, 
directed  that  two  Canonries  of  Christ  Church  when  next  vacant  should 
be  annexed  to  two  new  Professorships,  which  Her  Majesty  was  in- 
tending to  found  in  this  University ;  and  in  1842  these  two  Chairs 
were  established  by  Letters  Patent  under  the  Great  Seal,  the  Univer- 
sity having  undertaken  to  pay  a  yearly  stipend  of  ,£300  to  each  Pro- 
fessor until  he  should  succeed  to  his  Canonry,  The  first  Canonry  fell 
vacant  in  1849,  the  second  in  1858. 

Eegius  Professors  of  Pastoral  Theology. 

1842  Charles  Atmore  Ogilvie,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Balliol;   afterwards 

Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1873  EDWARD  KING,  M.A.,  Oriel;  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.;  D.D. 

Eegius  Professors  of  Ecclesiastical  History. 

1842  Robert  Hussey,  B.D.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1856  Arthur  Penrhyn  Stanley,  M.  A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  University,  D.D. ;  after- 
wards Dean  of  Westminster 

1864  Walter  Waddington  Shirley,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Wadham ;  D.D. ; 
Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1867  Henry  Longueville  Mansel,  B.D. ;  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow 

of  St.  John's  and  Waynflete  Professor  of  Moral  Philosophy ;  afterwards 
Dean  of  St.  Paul's 

1868  WILLIAM  BRIGHT,  MA.,  Fellow  of  University ;  D.D.,  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 


PBOFESSOBSHIP  OF  THE  EXEGESIS  OF  HOLY  SCKIPTUBE. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  by  John  Ireland,  D.D.,  of  Oriel 
College,  Dean  of  Westminster,  the  Founder  of  the  Scholarships  which 
bear  his  name,  who  bequeathed  to  the  University  the  sum  of  ,£10,000 
in  £3  per  cent.  Consolidated  Annuities  for  its  endowment.  He  died. 


EUROPEAN  AND   LATIN  LANGUAGES.  107 

in  1842,  and  his  bequest  took  effect  in  1847.     The  Professor  is  ap- 
pointed by  the  Heads  of  Colleges  and  Halls. 

The  Professorship  is  tenable  with  the  Oriel  Professorship  of  the 
Interpretation  of  Holy  Scripture  (see  post,  p.  114). 

Professors. 

1847  Edward  Hawkins,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Oriel 

18(51  Robert  Scott,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol;  afterwards  Dean  of  Rochester 

1870  Henry  Parry  Liddon,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Hon.  D.C.L.,  D.D.,  Canon 

of  St.  Paul's 
1882  WILLIAM  SANDAY,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

PEOFESSOESHIP  OF  MODEEN  EUROPEAN  LANGUAGES. 

Founded  in  fulfilment  of  the  intention  of  Sir  Robert  Taylor,  (for 
which  see  the  article  on  the  "  Taylor  Institution,")  and  endowed  with 
a  stipend  of  ,£500  a-year  from  the  Taylor  fund,  but  suppressed  in 
1869.  The  Professor  was  elected  by  the  Curators  of  the  Institution, 
subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation,  for  five  years  at  a  time,  after 
which  he  might  be  elected  again.  He  was  obliged  to  be  matriculated 
before  his  admission  to  the  office. 

Professors. 

1848  Frederick  Henry  Trithen  (Dr.  Ph.),  M.A.,  University 
1854  Friedrich  Max  Miiller,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch.;  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

COEPUS  CHEISTI  PBOFESSOESHIP  OF  THE  LATIN  LANGUAGE 

AND  LlTEEATUEE. 

Founded  in  1854,  as  the  Corpus  Professorship  of  Latin  Literature,  by 
the  President  and  Fellows  of  Corpus  Christi  College  in  accordance  with 
the  intention  of  their  Founder,  Bishop  Fox,  and  endowed  with  a  sti- 
pend of  £600  a-year  from  the  revenues  of  the  College,  the  Professor 
occupying  the  position  of  an  Honorary  Fellow  in  that  Society. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Uni- 
versity and  Corpus  Christi  College  respectively,  an  Official  Fellowship 
in  that  College  is  attached  to  the  Professorship,  and  the  Professor  is 
to  receive  from  the  College  a  stipend  of  £700  a-year,  in  addition  to 
the  emoluments,  amounting  to  £200  a-year,  of  an  Ordinary  Fellowship. 
On  the  falling  in  of  a  bequest  made  by  the  late  John  Conington, 
M.A.,  the  first  holder  of  the  Professorship,  for  the  endowment  of  his 
Chair,  the  above  mentioned  payment  of  £700  a-year  will  be  reduced 
by  the  amount  of  such  bequest. 

The  Professor  is  henceforth  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of 
the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Eegius  Professor  of  Greek,  the  Camden 
Professor  of  Ancient  History,  the  Professor  of  Latin  in  the  University 
of  Cambridge,  a  member  of  Corpus  Christi  College  nominated  on  each 
occasion  by  the  College  to  act  on  that,  occasion,  a  person  nominated  as 
a  permanent  Elector  by  the  College  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convo- 
cation, and  a  person  similarly  nominated  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council, 
subject  to  the  same  approval. 


108  PKOFESSOES. 

Professors. 

1854  John  Conington,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  University 

1870  Edwin  Palmer,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  (afterwards  Hon.  Fellow)  of  Balliol ; 

since  Archdeacon  of  Oxford,  and  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch.,  D.D. 
1878  HBXBY  NETTLESHIP,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;  Fellow  of  Corpus. 


CHICHELE  PKOFESSOES  HIP  OP  INTERNATIONAL  LAW. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  by  the  Ordinance  of  the  University 
Commissioners  of  1854  relating  to  All  Souls  College,  the  Professor 
being  designated  "  Chichele's  Professor  of  International  Law  and 
Diplomacy,"  and  was  endowed  with  the  emoluments  of  five  suppressed 
Fellowships  in  the  College,  or  with  a  stipend  of  ,£750  a-year  from  its 
revenues. 

The  first  Professor  was  elected  in  1859. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  for  All  Souls  College  respectively,  the  stipend  of  the  Professor, 
who  is  now  designated  the  "  Chichele  Professor  of  International  Law," 
will  hereafter  be  ,£900  a-year,  of  which  £200  is  the  emolument  of  a 
Fellowship  to  be  held  by  him  in  All  Souls  College,  and  £700  a  pay- 
ment from  the  revenues  of  the  College.  The  Professor  is  to  be  elected 
by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Visitor  of  All  Souls  College,  the  Lord 
Chancellor  of  Great  Britain,  the  Secretary  of  State  for  Foreign  Affairs, 
the  President  of  the  Probate,  Divorce,  and  Admiralty  Division  of  the 
High  Court  of  Justice,  and  a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by 
the  Warden  and  Fellows  of  All  Souls  College  to  act_as  an  Elector  on 
that  occasion. 

Professors. 

1859  Mountague  Bernard,  B.C.L.,  sometime  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Fellow 
of  All  Souls,  and  a  Member  of  Her  Majesty's  Most  Honourable  Privy 
Council,  D.C.L. 

1874  THOMAS  EBSKINE  HOLLAND,  M.A.,  B.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Exeter; 
Fellow  of  All  Souls,  D.C.L. 


:  CHICHELE  PEOFESSOESHIP  OF  MODEEN  HISTOEY. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  by  the  same  Ordinance  and  with  the 
same  endowment  as  the  Professorship  of  International  Law  and  Diplo- 
macy. The  first  Professor  was  elected  in  1862. 

The  future  endowment  of  the  Professorship  is  provided  for  to  the 
same  extent  and  in  the  same  manner  as  that  of  the  Professorship  of 
International  Law. 

The  Professor  is  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Visitor 
of  All  Souls  College,  the  Chancellor  of  the  University,  the  Kegius 
Professor  of  Modern  History,  the  Camden  Professor  of  Ancient  History, 
and  a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  Warden  and  Fellows 
of  All  Souls  College  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion. 


PHILOSOPHY  AND   CHEMISTKY.  109 

Professor. 
1862  MONTAGU  BUBKOWS,  M.  A.,  Magdalen  Hall,  afterwards  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


WAYNFLETE  PROFESSORSHIP  or  MORAL  AND  METAPHYSICAL 
PHILOSOPHY. 

This  was  one  of  four  Professorships  directed  by  the  Ordinance  of 
the  University  Commissioners  of  1854  relating  to  Magdalen  College 
to  be  founded  within  that  College,  in  lieu  of  three  Protectorships 
mentioned  in  its  ancient  Statutes,  and  to  be  maintained  by  a  stipend 
of  ,£600  a-year  for  each. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  for  Magdalen  College  respectively,  the  Professor's  stipend  will 
ultimately  consist  of  the  emoluments  (amounting  to  ,£200  a-year)  of  a 
Fellowship  in  the  College  attached  to  the  Professorship,  and  of  a  pay- 
ment of  ,£600  a  year  from  the  corporate  revenues  of  the  College. 

The  Professor  is  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Chan- 
cellor of  the  University,  the  Visitor  and  the  President  of  Magdalen 
College,  the  Eegius  Professors  of  Divinity  and  of  Civil  Law,  the 
Wykeham  Professor  of  Logic,  and  a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion 
by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion.  If 
the  President  of  Magdalen  College  is  unable  to  act  as  an  Elector,  the 
College  may  appoint  a  person  to  act  in  his  stead. 

Professors. 

1859  Henry  Longueville  Mansel,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  St.  John's,  D.D., 
afterwards  Regius  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical  History,  and  Dean  of  St- 
Paul's 

1867  HENEY  WILLIAM  CHANDLEE,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Pembroke. 


WAYNFLETE  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  CHEMISTRY. 

This  was  another  of  the  four  Professorships  directed  by  the  Ordinance 
of  the  University  Commissioners  of  1854  relating  to  Magdalen  College 
to  be  founded  within  the  College. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  for  Magdalen  College  respectively,  the  Professor's  stipend  will 
ultimately  consist  of  the  emoluments  (amounting  to  ,£200  a-year)  of  a 
Fellowship  in  the  College  attached  to  the  Professorship,  and  of  a  payment 
of  ,£600  a-year  from  the  revenues  of  the  College. 

The  Professor  is  to  be  elected  by  a  Board,  consisting  of  the  Visitor 
and  President  of  Magdalen  College,  the  Professor  of  Experimental 
Philosophy,  the  Professor  of  Chemistry  in  the  University  of  Cam- 
bridge, the  President  of  the  College  oi  Physicians,  the  President  of 


110  PROFESSORS. 

the  Royal  Society,  and  a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the 
Hebdomadal  Council  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion. 

The  Professor  has  the  charge  of  the  Chemical  Laboratories  at  the 
University  Museum. 

Professors. 

1865  Sir  Benjamin  Collins  Brodie,  Bart.,  B.A.,  Balliol,  M.A. 
1872  WILLIAM  ODLING,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Worcester. 


LINACRE  PROFESSORSHIP  or  HUMAN  AND  COMPARATIVE 
ANATOMY. 

Under  Ordinances  of  the  University  Commissioners  of  1854  relating 
to  Merton  College,  a  Professorship  called  the  "  Linacre  Professorship 
of  Physiology  "  was  founded,  and  endowed  with  the  emoluments  of  four 
Fellowships  in  that  College  to  an  amount  not  exceeding  ,£800  a-year. 

Under  a  Statute  made  for  the  University  by  the  Commissioners  of 
1877  the  designation  of  the  Professorship  was  changed  to  that  of  the 
"  Linacre  Professorship  of  Human  and  Comparative  Anatomy,"  and 
under  Statutes  made  by  the  same  Commissioners  for  Merton  College  a 
Fellowship  in  that  College,  with  an  emolument  of  ,£200  a-year,  was 
attached  to  the  Professorship,  and  a  further  stipend  of  £700  a-year 
directed  to  be  paid  by  the  College  to  the  Professor. 

The  Professor  is  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Visitor 
of  Merton  College,  the  Presidents  of  the  College  of  Physicians  and 
the  College  of  Surgeons,  the  Waynflete  Professor  of  Physiology,  a 
member  of  Merton  College  appointed  by  the  College  on  the  occasion  of 
each  election  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion,  the  Eegius  Pro- 
fessor of  Medicine,  and  a  person  appointed  on  each  occasion  by  the 
Hebdomadal  Council  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion. 

The  Professor  has  the  charge  of  the  Anatomical  and  Ethnological 
Collections  and  the  Anatomical  Laboratories  in  the  University 
Museum. 

Professors. 

1860  George  Eolleston,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  Pembroke 

1881  HENRY  NOTTIDGE  MOSELEY,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Exeter;  Fellow 
of  Merton. 

Demonstrator  of  Anatomy. 

(See  ante  page  101.) 
1860  Charles  Kobertson. 


HOPE  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  ZOOLOGY. 

Founded  in  1861  by  the  Eev.  Frederick  William  Hope,  M.A.  and 
Hon.  D.C.L.,  formerly  of  Ch.  Ch.,  to  whose  munificence  the  University 
is  also  indebted  for  a  large  Entomological  Collection,  a  library  of 


COMPARATIVE  PHILOLOGY.  Ill 

Natural  History,  and  a  vast  Collection  of  Engraved  Portraits,  and  en- 
dowed by  him  with  a  capital  sum  of  ,£10,000  New  £3  per  cent. 
Annuities.  Mr.  Hope  died  in  the  early  part  of  1862 ;  and  shortly 
afterwards  his  widow,  in  fulfilment  of  his  intentions,  transferred  to  the 
University  a  second  sum  of  ,£10,000  in  the  same  stock,  and  assigned 
one-third  of  the  dividends  to  the  Professor  in  augmentation  of  his 
stipend1.  The  Founder  himself  nominated  the  first  Professor  ;  hut  the 
election  is  now  vested  in  the  Curators  of  the  Hope  Collections  and  the 
Linacre  Professor.  At  the  time  of  Iris  admission  he  must  be  at  least  a 
Master  of  Arts  or  a  Bachelor  of  Civil  Law  or  Medicine.  He  is  required 
to  superintend  and  arrange  the  Hope  Collection  of  Annulose  Animals, 
and  to  take  charge  of  the  Natural  History  portion  of  the  Hope  Library. 
The  Hope  Curators  are  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  two  Proctors,  the 
Begius  Professorship  of  Medicine,  the  Keeper  of  the  Ashmolean  Mu- 
seum, and  the  Hope  Professor  by  virtue  of  their  respective  offices,  with 
two  non-official  Curators,  nominated  as  occasion  may  require  by  the 
Curators  for  the  time  being,  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation. 
The  present  non-official  Curators  are  Henry  W.  Ac-land,  D.M.,  late 
Fellow  of  All  Souls,  and  Edward  Chapman,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 

Professor. 
1861  JOHN  OBADIAH  WESTWOOD,  M.A.,  Hon.  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


CORPUS  CHRISTI  PKOFESSOESHIP  OF  COMPARATIVE  PHILOLOGY. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  by  the  "University  in  1868,  and 
endowed  with  a  stipend  of  £600  a-year.  The  Statute  of  Foundation 
named  the  first  Professor. 

Provision  having  been  made  under  Statutes  made  by  the  Com- 
missioners of  1877  for  Corpus  Christ!  College  for  the  endowment  of  the 
Professorship  out  of  the  revenues  of  that  College,  the  Professorship  is 
henceforth  to  be  styled  the  "  Corpus  Christi  Professorship  of  Comparative 
Philology." 

The  Professor  is  to  receive  from  the  College  a  stipend  of  £700 
a-year,  in  addition  to  the  emoluments  (£200  a-year)  of  a  Fellowship 
in  the  College  attached  to  the  Professorship. 

He  is  to  be  elected  by  a  Board  consisting  of  the  Eegius  Professor  of 
Hebrew  and  Greek,  the  Corpus  Christi  Professor  of  the  Latin  Lan- 
guage and  Literature,  the  Boden  Professor  of  Sanskrit,  the  Eawlin- 
sonian  Professor  of  Anglo-Saxon,  a  member  of  Corpus  Christi  College 
nominated  on  each  occasion  by  the  College  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that 


112  PROFESSOKS. 

occasion,  and  a  person  nominated   as  a  permanent  Elector  by  the 
College  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation. 

Professor. 

1868  FRIEDRICH  MAX  MULLER,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  sometime  Taylorian 

Professor  of  Modern  European  Languages 

Deputy  Professor^. 
1876  Archibald  Henry  Sayce,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

CORPUS  CHRISTI  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  JURISPRUDENCE. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  in  1869  by  the  President  and  Fellows 
of  Corpus  Christi  College,  and  endowed  with  a  stipend  of  £600  a-year 
from  the  revenues  of  the  College. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  Corpus  Christi  College  respectively,  a  Fellowship  in  that 
College,  with  an  emolument  of  £200  a-year,  is  annexed  to  the  Pro- 
fessorship, and  the  Professor  also  receives  from  the  College  a  stipend, 
if  he  is  resident,  of  £700  a-year,  and  if  not,  of  ,£300  a  year. 

The  Professor  holds  office  for  five  years  from  election,  but  is  re- 
eligible.  The  Board  of  Electors  consists  of  the  Regius  Professor  of 
Civil  Law,  the  Chichele  Professor  of  International  Law  and  Diplomacy, 
a  member  of  Corpus  Christi  College  nominated  on  each  occasion  by 
the  College  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion,  a  person  (at  present 
Sir  Henry  J.  S.  Maine,  D.C.L.,  Honorary  Fellow  of  Corpus,)  nominated 
as  a  permanent  Elector  by  Corpus  Christi  College  subject  to  the 
approval  of  Convocation,  and  a  person  (at  present  William  Markby, 
D.C.L.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls,)  nominated  as  a  permanent  Elector  by 
the  Hebdomadal  Council  subject  to  the  like  approval. 

The  Professor  is  required  to  reside  within  the  University  for  twenty- 
eight  days  at  least  in  each  academical  year,  during  full  University 
Term  ;  and  in  order  to  complete  such  residence  he  must  have  passed 
twenty-eight  nights  in  Oxford.  One  clear  week-day  at  least  must  inter- 
vene between  the  delivery  by  him  of  any  two  of  his  statutable  lectures. 

Professors. 

1869  Henry  James  Sumner  Maine,  (LL.D.,  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge),  Hon. 

D.C.L ,  M.A.,  Corpus,  afterwards  Sir  H.  J.  S.  Maine,  K.C.S.I.,  Master  of 
Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge.    Resigned  in  1879 

1883  FREDERICK  POLLOCK  (M.  A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge), 
M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus. 

SLADE  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  FINE  ART. 

Founded  in  1869  in  pursuance  of  the  Will  of  Felix  Slade,  Esq.,  and 
endowed  by  his  Executors  with  a  capital  sum  of  £12,000  Reduced  ,£3 
per  cent.  Annuities  (now  ,£12,063  19s.  like  stock).  The  Professor  is 

1  Appointed  under  Decree  of  Convocation  of  February  15, 1876. 


CHINESE,   CELTIC,   AND  PHYSIOLOGY.  113 

elected  for  three  years  only,  but  may  be  re-elected.  The  election  is 
made  by  a  board  of  seven  persons,  namely,  three  Curators  of  the 
University  Galleries,  Bodley's  Librarian,  the  President  of  the  Eoyal 
Academy  of  London,  the  President  of  University  College,  London, 
and  one  other  appointed  for  the  present  by  Mr.  Slade's  Executors. 

Professors. 

1869  John  Buskin,  M.A..  Hon.  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1879  William  Blake  Richmond,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
1883  JOHN  BUSKIN,  M.A.,  re-elected. 


PROFESSOR  OF  CHINESE. 

James  Legge  (LL.D.  Aberdeen),  M.  A.  Corpus,  was  appointed  in  1876 
for  life  or  for  so  long  as  he  shall  think  fit  to  retain  the  office.  The 
stipend  consists  of  an  annuity  arising  from  a  capital  sum  of  about 
£'3000  raised  by  promoters  of  the  study  of  Chinese,  to  which  are  added 
the  emoluments  of  one  of  the  Fellowships  of  Corpus  Christi  College  and 
,£100  a-year  paid  out  of  the  University  Chest. 


PROFESSORSHIP  OF  CELTIC. 

Founded  in  1876  by  the  Principal  and  Fellows  of  Jesus  College,  and 
now  by  them  endowed  with  .£400  a-year ;  the  stipend  is  made  up  to 
,£600  a-year  out  of  the  University  Chest. 

The  Professor*'  is  elected  by  the  Vice-Chan cellor,  the  Principal  of 
Jesus  College,  the  Corpus  Christi  Professor  of  Comparative  Philology, 
a  person  nominated  on  each  occasion  by  Jesus  College  to  act  as  an 
Elector  on  that  occasion,  and  a  person  nominated  as  a  permanent  Elector 
by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation. 

Professor. 
1877  JOHN  BH$S,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Merton ;  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


WAYNFLETE  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  PHYSIOLOGY. 

This  Professorship  was  founded  by  a  Statute  made  for  the  University 
by  the  Commissioners  of  1877.  The  Professor  is  elected  by  a  board 
consisting  of  the  Visitor  and  the  President  of  Magdalen  College,  the 
Begius  Professor  of  Medicine,  the  Linacre  Professor  of  Human  and 
Comparative  Anatomy,  the  Presidents  of  the  College  of  Surgeons  and 
the  College  of  Physicians,  and  a  person  appointed  on  each  occasion  by 
the  Hebdomadal  Council  to  act  as  an  Elector  on  that  occasion.  If  the 
President  of  Magdalen  College  is  unable  to  act  as  an  Elector,  the  College 
may  appoint  a  person  to  act  in  his  stead. 

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114  PKOFESSORS. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  same  Commissioners  for  Magdalen  Col- 
lege, a  Fellowship  in  the  College,  with  an  emolument  of  ,£200  a-year, 
is  attached  to  the  Professorship,  and  the  Professor  receives  in  addition, 
out  of  the  corporate  revenues  of  the  College,  the  annual  sum  of  ,£600. 

Professor. 
1883  JOHN  SCOTT  BUBDON  SANDEKSON,  M.A.,  F.K.S.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


OBIEL  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  THE  INTERPRETATION  OP 
HOLY  SCULPTURE. 

Under  Statutes  made  by  the  Commissioners  of  1877,  for  the  Univer- 
sity and  for  Oriel  College  respectively,  it  was  provided  that  a  Canonry 
in  Eochester  Cathedral,  formerly  annexed  to  the  Provostship  of  Oriel 
College,  should  on  a  vacancy  be  severed  therefrom,  and  be  henceforth 
permanently  annexed  to  a  Professorship  in  the  University,  to  be  called 
the  "Oriel  Professorship  of  the  Interpretation  of  Holy  Scripture." 
These  provisions  took  effect  on  the  death,  in  1882,  of  Dr.  Hawkins, 
formerly  Provost  of  Oriel  College. 

No  person  is  eligible  to  the  Professorship  who  is  not  in  Priest's 
Orders  of  the  Church  of  England. 

The  Professor  is  elected  by  a  board  consisting  of  the  Archbishop  of 
Canterbury,  the  Bishop  of  Eochester,  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Provost 
of  Oriel  College,  and  the  Eegius  Professor  of  Divinity. 

The  Professorship  is  tenable  with  Dean  Ireland's  Professorship  of 
the  Exegesis  of  Holy  Scripture  (see  ante,  p.  106). 

Professor. 
1883  JOHN  WOBDSWOETH,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


FORD'S  PROFESSORSHIP  OF  ENGLISH  HISTORY. 

In  1870  the  University  accepted  a  bequest  of  <£2000  in  £3  per  cent. 
Eeduced  Annuities,  which  was  contained  in  the  Will  of  the  Eev.  James 
Ford,  B.D.,  formerly  Fellow  of  Trinity  College  and  Vicar  of  Navestock, 
Essex.  The  amount  of  the  bequest  is  to  be  allowed  to  accumulate 
until  it  produces  the  clear  annual  sum  of  ,£100,  which  annual  sum 
is  to  be  applied  for  the  founding  and  endowing  of  a  Professor,  to  be 
called  Ford's  Professor  of  English  History. 

But  as  some  years  must  elapse  before  the  annual  interest  of  the 
bequest  is  raised  by  accumulation  to  ,£100,  no  Statute  has  yet  been 
framed  to  regulate  the  mode  of  appointment  to,  or  the  duties  of,  the 
Chair. 


ANCIENT   AND   INDIAN  HISTORY.  115 

BEADEESHIPS. 


READEESHIP  or  ANCIENT  HISTOEY. 

By  a  Statute  passed  in  1868  a  Readership  of  Ancient  History  was 
instituted  for  ten  years  from  the  beginning  of  Easter  Term  1868,  and 
endowed  with  a  stipend  of  ^200  a-year  payable  from  the  revenues  of 
Braseriose  College  under  an  Ordinance  of  the  University  Commissioners 
of  1854.  It  has  been  prolonged  by  subsequent  Decrees  of  Convocation 
until  the  end  of  Michaelmas  Term  1883.  The  Header  must  be  a 
Member  of  Convocation.  He  is  elected  by  a  board  consisting  of  the 
Vice-Chancellor,  the  Principal  and  one  of  the  Fellows  ofBrasenose,the 
Camden  Professor  of  Ancient  History,  Whyte's  Professor  of  Moral 
Philosophy,  the  Chichele  Professor  of  International  Law,  and  the  Senior 
Examiner  in  the  Classical  School. 

Readers. 

1868  William  Lambert  Newman,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1870  WILLIAM  WOLFE  CAPES,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Queen's;   Fellow  of 
Hertford. 

KEADEESHIP  IN  INDIAN  HISTOEY. 

The  Reader  is  nominated  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  Proctors,  the 
Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History,  and  the  Professor  of  Sanskrit,  to 
hold  office  (except  in  the  case  of  the  present  Reader,  who  is  appointed 
for  life)  for  seven  years.  He  is  required  to  give  lectures  in  Indian 
History  and  Geography.  He  receives  an  annual  stipend  of  ,£350  from 
the  University  Chest,  and  certain  fees  from  students. 

Reader. 
1878  SIDNEY  JAMES  OWEN,  M.A.,1  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

READEESHIP  IN  INDIAN  LAW. 

The  Reader  is  nominated  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  Proctors,  the 
Professor  of  Comparative  Philology,  and  the  Corpus  Professor  of  Juris- 
prudence, to  hold  office  for  seven  years.  He  is  required  to  give  lec- 
tures on  Indian  Law,  and  on  the  Indian  Systems  of  Land-Tenure  and 
Land-Revenue.  He  receives  an  annual  stipend  of  ,£300  from  the  Uni- 
versity Chest,  and  certain  fees  from  students. 

Reader. 
1878  WILLIAM  MABKBY,  M.A.,  Merton;  D.C.L. ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

1  Mr.  Owen  had  previously  held  the  appointment  of  Teacher  of  Indian  Law  and 
History,  having  been  originally  appointed  Teacher  of  Indian  Law  in  1861. 

i2 


116  GRINFIELD  LECTUEE. 

EEADERSHIP  IN  EOMAN  LAW. 

Founded  in  1881  under  a  Statute  made  by  the  University  of  Oxford 
Commissioners,  by  which  it  is  provided  that  until  the  Eegius  Professor- 
ship of  Civil  Law  shall  fall  vacant,  or  until  the  then  existing  Regius 
Professor  shall,  by  his  own  consent,  become  subject  to  any  Statutes  for 
the  future  regulation  of  that  Professorship  and  the  duties  of  the  Pro- 
fessor which  may  be  made  by  the  Commissioners,  a  Eeader  in  Eornan 
Law  shall  be  appointed  from  time  to  time  for  successive  periods  of 
three  years. 

The  Eeader  is  elected  by  the  Eegius  Professor  of  Civil  Law,  the 
Chichele  Professor  of  International  Law  and  Diplomacy,  the  Corpus 
Professor  of  Jurisprudence,  the  Chairman  for  the  time  being  of  the 
Council  of  Legal  Education  appointed  by  the  Inns  of  Court  in  London, 
and  a  person  nominated  by  the  Warden  and  Fellows  of  All  Souls 
College,  with  a  view  to  each  election. 

The  Eeader  is  required  to  lecture,  and  to  give  private  instruction,  on 
Eoman  Law  and  the  sources  and  history  thereof.  He  receives  an 
annual  stipend  of  .£400  from  the  revenues  of  All  Souls  College. 

Eeader. 
1881  EEWIN  GEUEBEB,  Jur.Doct,  University  of  Munich ;  M.  A. 


GEINFIELD  LECTUEE 
ON  THE  LXX  VEBSION  OF  THE  HEBREW  SCRIPTURES. 

Founded  in  1859  by  the  Rev.  Edward  Grinfield,  M.A.,  formerly  of 
Lincoln  College,  who  then  gave  ,£1000  in  £3  per  cent.  Consolidated 
Annuities  for  the  endowment.  The  endowment  has  since  been  aug- 
mented by  a  further  gift  of  £500  in  1864,  and  by  one  of  £400  in 
1873.  The  Lecturer,  who  must  be  in  Holy  Orders  and  at  least  a 
Master  of  Arts,  is  elected  by  the  Hebdomadal  Council  for  two  years. 
He  is  not  to  be  considered  as  a  Public  University  Professor  or  Eeader. 

Lecturers. 

1859  Robert  Gandell,  M.A.,  Magdalen  Hall ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1861  Edward  H.  Hansel],  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1863  John  Day  Collis,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Worcester 

1865  James  A.  Hessey,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1867  James  A.  Hessey,  again 

1869  William  Kay,  D.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Lincoln 

1871  Wharton  Booth  Marriott,  B.C.,  Exeter 

1872  Edward  Hayes  Plumptre,  M.A.,  Brasenose 
1874  John  William  Nutt,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 
1876  John  Wordsworth,  M.A.,  Brasenose 

1878  Edward  Cooper  Woollcombe,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Balliol 
1880  Edwin  Hatch,  M.A.,  Pembroke 
1882  EDWIN  HATCH,  again. 


TEACriEESHIPS.  117 

TEACHERSHIPS  OF  MODERN  EUROPEAN  LANGUAGES. 

In  fulfilment  of  the  intention  of  Sir  Robert  Taylor,  and  in  connection 
with  the  Taylor  Institution,  there  are  Teachers  of  the  German,  French, 
Italian,  and  Spanish  Languages,  who  are  appointed  by  the  Curators  of 
the  Institution,  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation.  Each  receives 
from  the  Taylor  Fund  an  annual  stipend  of  ,£200,  augmented  by  a 
fee  of  £1  payable  by  every  one  who  attends  a  course  of  Lectures  (except 
by  those  who  have  attended  two  courses  and  paid  twice),  and  by  some 
additional  payment  from  the  Fund,  at  the  discretion  of  the  Curators. 

Teachers. 

German— 1847  Wilhelm  Fradersdorff. 

1862  Joseph  Overbeck. 

1863  Eobert  Bertram. 

1873  Albert  Hamann,  Hon.  M.A. 

1880  ARTHUR  ANTHONY  MACDONELL,  B.A.,  Corpus ;  M.A. 
French— 1847  JULES  T.  T.  BUE,  Hon.  M.A.,  Magdalen. 
Italian— 1856  AURELIO  SAFFI. 

1861  Vital  de  Tivoli,  Hon.  M.A. 

(Vacant) 

Spanish— 1858  Eev.  Lorenzo  Lucena,  Hon.  M.A. 
(Vacant) 

TEACHERSHIPS  OF  HINDUSTANI  AND  PERSIAN 
AND  OF  TELUGU. 

In  order  to  provide  necessary  instruction  for  Undergraduates  who 
have  been  selected,  after  competitive  examination  in  London,  for  the 
Civil  Service  of  the  Crown  in  India,  the  University  in  1859  appointed 
a  Teacher  of  the  Hindustani  Language,  assigning  him  an  annual 
stipend  of  ,£150  from  the  University  Chest,  and  allowing  him  to  receive 
certain  fees  from  students.  This  Teachership  was,  in  1878,  made  a 
Teachership  of  Hindustani  and  Persian.  The  Teachership  of  Hin- 
dustani arid  Persian  has  since  been  abolished,  and  two  new  Teacher- 
ships,  one  of  each  language,  formed,  which  may,  however,  be  held  by 
the  same  person.  A  Teachership  of  Telugu  has  also  been  instituted. 
The  Teachers  are  nominated  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  Proctors  and 
the  Professors  of  Sanskrit  and  Comparative  Philology,  to  hold  office  for 
three  years.  Each  Teacher  receives  an  annual  stipend  of  ,£200  from 
the  University  Chest  and  certain  fees  from  students.  In  the  event 
of  the  Teacherships  of  Hindustani  and  of  Persian  being  held  by  the 
same  person,  the  Teacher  receives  an  annual  stipend  of  ,£300.  The 
Teacher  of  Telugu  is  to  give  instruction,  if  needful,  in  Tamil. 

Teachers  of  Hindustani. 

1859  Joseph  Chambers,  Lieut.-Colonel,  formerly  of  the  Indian  Army,  Hon.  M.A- 
1880  EGBERT  ST.  JOHN,  formerly  Captain  53rd  Eegiment,  Hon.  M.A.,  Balliol. 

Teacher  of  Persian. 
1880  JOHN  THOMPSON  PLATTS,  Hon.  M.A.,  Balliol. 

Teacher  of  Telugu. 
1878  THOMAS  HOWLEY,  Hon.  M.A.,  Balliol. 


118 


INSTITUTIONS. 


BODLEIAN  LIBEAKY. 

IN  the  year  1480  the  room  over  the  Divinity  School,  which  is  now 
the  central  limh  of  the  public  portion  of  the  Bodleian  Library,  and 
which  was  then  just  finished,  became  the  repository  of  the  books  which 
the  University  had  acquired  by  gift  from  various  benefactors,  especially 
from  Humphrey,  Duke  of  Gloucester,  who  also  contributed  liberally 
to  the  building.  But  before  the  end  of  the  reign  of  Edward  VI, 
partly  through  careless  management,  and  partly  through  extravagant 
zeal,  it  had  been  so  entirely  rifled  of  its  contents  that  not  one  volume 
remained  ;  and  in  1556  the  University,  hopeless  of  its  restoration,  sold 
the  benches  and  fittings,  and  left  the  walls  bare.  In  this  state  it  re- 
mained above  forty  years,  till  in  1598  Thomas  Bodley,  Esq.,  sometime 
Fellow  of  Merton  College,  resolved  to  restore  the  room  to  the  pur- 
pose for  which  it  was  built,  and  to  secure  it  by  an  endowment  in  land ; 
and  he  not  only  contributed  largely  in  money  and  books  himself,  but 
procured  also  similar  contributions  from  so  many  of  his  friends  and 
other  persons,  that  in  November,  1602,  the  Library  was  again  opened 
for  use  with  upwards  of  2000  volumes. 

Books  were  given  during  the  next  few  years  beyond  what  the  room 
could  hold,  and  in  1610  the  Founder,  who  had  now  been  knighted  by 
King  James  I,  proceeded  to  build  an  addition  to  it  towards  the  East 
with  a  Proscholium  to  the  Divinity  School  below,  but  he  died  in 
January,  1613,  before  this  enlargement  was  quite  finished.  By  his 
will  he  made  provision  for  adding  a  third  floor  round  the  intended 
Quadrangle  of  the  Schools,  which  at  first  was  to  have  had  two  floors 
only,  and  for  connecting  this  (now  the  Picture  Gallery)  with  his  Library, 
and  showed  that  he  contemplated  that  other  extension  towards  the  West, 
the  want  of  which  was  felt  in  less  than  twenty  years  after  his  death,  and 
which,  with  the  Convocation  House  below,  was  begun  in  1634  and 
finished  in  about  four  years. 

The  collection  has  been  continually  increasing,  by  donations,  some 
of  which  have  been  of  great  extent  and  value,  by  the  right  to  a  copy  of 
every  work  published  in  this  country,  a  right  to  which  Sir  Thomas 
Bodley  himself  gave  the  origin  in  a  grant  which  he  obtained  in  1610 
from  the  Stationers'  Company,  and  by  purchases  made  with  moneys 
arising  partly  from  the  estates  given  by  the  Founder,  partly  from  other 
benefactions,  and  partly  from  dues  paid  annually  by  members  of  the 
University;  so  that  now  the  Library  comprises  more  than  400,000 
volumes,  and  occupies  every  room  in  the  Quadrangle  of  the  building, 


BODLEIAN  LIBRARY.  119 

except  those  appropriated  to  the  University  Archives  and  the  Savilian 
Library. 

The  Library  is  under  the  control  of  a  Board  of  Curators,  consisting 
of  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  two  Proctors,  the  five  Regius  Professors  of 
Divinity,  Civil  Law,  Medicine,  Hebrew,  and  Greek,  and  five  members 
of  the  Congregation  of  the  University  elected  for  ten  years  by  that 
House. 

The  administration  of  the  Library  is  committed  to  the  care  of  a 
Librarian,  elected  by  Convocation,  with  an  annual  stipend  of  .£1000. 
He  is  assisted  by  two  Tinder-Librarians,  whom  he  nominates  himself, 
subject  to  the  approval  of  the  Curators  and  of  Convocation,  and  who 
receive  a  yearly  stipend  of  not  less  than  ,£300  or  more  than  £400 
each.  There  are  also  Assistants,  whom  the  Librarian  appoints,  subject 
to  the  approval  of  the  Curators. 

The  Library  is  open  between  9  a.m.  and  5  p.m.  from  April  to  July, 
between  9  a.m.  and  4  p.m.  in  February,  March,  August,  September, 
and  October,  and  between  9  a.m.  and  3  p.m.  in  November,  December,  and 
January.  But  it  is  closed  entirely  for  a  period  at  Christmas  beginning 
with  Christmas  Eve  and  ending  with  the  Feast  of  Circumcision,  on  the 
Feast  of  the  Epiphany,  on  Good  Friday,  Easter  Eve,  and  the  whole  of 
Easter  Week,  on  Ascension  Day,  on  Monday  and  Tuesday  in  Whitsun 
Week,  on  the  Commemoration  Day,  on  the  first  seven  days  in  October,  on 
the  day  preceding  the  Visitation  of  the  Library,  and  on  the  Visitation 
day  itself,  which  is  the  8th  of  November,  or  the  7th  when  the  8th  falls 
on  a  Sunday.  And  on  other  Festivals,  when  there  is  a  Sermon  before 
the  University,  it  is  not  opened  until  the  Sermon  is  over. 

All  Graduate  members  of  the  University  have  the  right  to  use  the 
Library.  Other  persons  are  admitted  to  study  in  it  on  presenting  a 
satisfactory  recommendation. 

The  Picture  Gallery,  which  has  been  already  mentioned  as  appur- 
tenant to  the  Library,  contains  portraits  of  many  eminent  persons,  who 
have  been  Benefactors  or  Members  of  the  University,  models  of  many 
edifices  both  ancient  and  modern,  and  many  other  objects  of  interest. 
Each  portrait  has  its  name  attached. 

The  building  formely  known  as  "  the  Kadcliffe  Library "  is  now 
used  as  a  Eeading  Room  in  connexion  with  the  Bodleian  Library, 
under  the  name  of  "Camera  Bodleiana,"  and  is  open  from  10  a.m. 
till  10  p.m.  on  every  day  on  which  the  Library  itself  is  open,  and  on 
some  other  days  when  the  latter  is  closed.  It  contains  on  its  own 
shelves  and  tables  a  selection  of  the  newest  works,  and  is  available 
for  the  use  of  other  books,  whether  printed  or  manuscript.  In  the 
Gallery  is  deposited  the  Hope  Collection  of  engraved  portraits. 

Librarians. 

1598  Thomas  James,  M.A,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  D.D. 

1620  John  Rouse,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1653  Thomas  Barlow,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Queen's  ;  D.D. ;  after- 
wards Margaret  Professor  of  Divinity,  and  Bishop  of  Lincoln 
660  Thomas  Lockey,  B.D.,  Student,  afterwards  Canon,  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1665  Thomas  Hyde,  M.A.,  Queen's ;  D.D.,  afterwards  Laudian  Professor  of  Arabic, 
and  Regius  Professor  of  Hebrew 


120  INSTITUTIONS. 

1701  John  Hudson,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  University ;  D.D.,  afterwards  Principal  of 

St.  Mary  Hall. 

1719  Joseph  Bowles,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 
1729  Robert  Fysher,  B.M.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1747  Humphrey  Owen,  B.D.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Principal,  of  Jesus ;  D.D. 
1768  John  Price,  B.D.,  Jesus ;  afterwards  of  Trinity 
1813  Bulkeley  Bandinel,  M.  A.,  Fellow  of  New  College;  D.D. 
1860  Henry  Octavius  Coxe,  M.A.,  Corpus ;  afterwards  Hon.  Fellow  of  Worcester 
1882  EDWAKD  WILLIAMS  BYEON  NICHOLSON,  M.A.,  Trinity. 


CLABENDON  PRESS. 

Although  the  first  book  printed  in  Oxford  bears  the  date  1468,  it 
was  not  till  January  1586  that  Delegates  "de  impressione  librorum" 
were  first  appointed  by  Convocation.  About  that  time  Joseph  Barnes, 
having  set  up  a  press  in  Oxford,  under  the  patronage  of  the  Chan- 
cellor, the  Earl  of  Leicester,  and  with  the  help  of  a  loan  of  ^100  from 
the  University  Chest,  is  styled  "  Printer  to  the  University"  on  the  title- 
pages  of  his  books.  Others  after  him  were  likewise  so  styled ;  but 
nothing  seems  to  have  been  done  for  establishing  a  University  Press 
on  a  firm  footing,  until  Archbishop  Laud,  in  1633,  procured  letters 
patent  from  King  Charles  I,  granting  a  very  large  licence  of  printing  to 
the  University,  his  chief  object  being  the  publication  of  MSS.  from 
the  Bodleian  Library,  to  which  he  himself  gave  more  than  thirteen 
hundred. 

The  work  was  carried  on  at  first  in  hired  premises ;  then  from  1609 
in  the  Sheldonian  Theatre,  the  Founder  of  that  building  having  ap- 
pointed it  for  this  use  as  well  as  for  great  assemblies  of  the  University, 
and  having  directed  that  the  surplus  of  the  fund  which  he  gave  for 
the  maintenance  of  the  fabric  should  be  "  employed  for  the  best  advantage 
and  encouragement  of  the  Learned  Press  there  designed  and  already  set 
at  work1 ; "  next  from  1713  in  the  Clarendon  Building,  erected  expressly 
for  this  purpose,  and  so  called  in  memory  of  Lord  Clarendon,  sometime 
Chancellor  of  the  University,  and  author  of  the  History  of  the  Great 
Rebellion.  Finally,  in  1830,  when  the  Press  had  quite  outgrown  its 
earlier  limits,  it  was  removed  to  its  present  buildings,  which  were  begun 
in  1825  from  a  design  made  by  Mr.  Daniel  Robertson,  and  were  finished 
under  the  superintendence  of  Mr.  Blore. 

The  management  of  the  Printing  Office  is  committed  to  a  Delegacy 
consisting  of  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  ten  other  members  of  Convoca- 
tion, who  are  nominated,  as  vacancies  occur,  by  the  Vice-Chancellor 
and  Proctors.  Five  of  the  ten  are  Perpetual  Delegates:  each  new 
nomination  is  made  for  the  term  of  seven  years. 

The  South  side  of  the  Press  is  appropriated,  as  was  the  East  side  of 
the  Clarendon  Building,  to  the  printing  of  Bibles  and  Prayer-books, 
and  the  North,  or  "Learned"  side,  to  that  of  classical  or  scientific 
works,  University  documents,  &c. 

1  Francis,  second  and  last  Lord  Godolphin  of  Helstone,  who  died  in  1785,  be- 
queathed 5000?.  to  the  University,  and  directed  "  the  interest  thereof  to  be  applied  for 
the  benefit  of  printing  and  encouragement  of  learning." 


THE  THEATRE  AND  ASHMOLEAN  MUSEUM.     121 


THEATEE. 

The  Theatre  was  erected  by  Gilbert  Sheldon,  Archbishop  of  Canter- 
bury and  Chancellor  of  the  University,  to  provide  a  room  for  large  and 
solemn  assemblies  of  the  University,  and  a  place  for  the  operations  of 
the  University  Press,  which  were  carried  on  in  it  until  their  removal 
to  the  Clarendon  edifice  in  1713.  The  Architect  was  Sir  Christopher 
Wren.  The  first  stone  was  laid  July  26,  1664,  and  the  building  was 
opened  with  a  solemn  ceremony  on  July  9,  1669.  The  cost,  it  is  said, 
was  ,£15,000  ;  and  the  munificent  Founder  gave  ,£2000  more  for  the 
purchase  of  land,  the  rent  of  which  might  maintain  the  fabric  in  repair 
and  give  a  surplus  for  the  advantage  "  of  the  Learned  Press."  John 
Wills,  D.D.,  Warden  of  Wadham  College,  who  died  in  1806,  left 
£1000  to  keep  it  in  repair.  The  care  of  the  Theatre  and  of  its  funds 
is  committed  to  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  Proctors  and  three  mem- 
bers of  Convocation  nominated  by  them  (subject  to  the  approval  of 
Convocation),  holding  office  for  six  years. 


ASHMOLEAN  MUSEUM. 

The  building  known  by  this  name  was  erected  at  the  charge  of  the 
University,  partly  for  the  reception  of  the  collection  of  natural  and 
artificial  curiosities  which  Elias  Ashmole,  Esq.,  gave  on  that  condi- 
tion, and  to  which  additions  have  since  been  made  by  many  donors, 
and  partly  for  the  promotion  of  the  study  of  Chemistry  and  all  Natural 
Science.  Over  the  north  door  (now  closed)  is  an  inscription,  now 
almost  illegible,  Museum  Ashmoleanum,  Scholia  Naturalis  Historise, 
Officina  Chymica.  It  was  begun  in  1679,  and  finished  in  1683,  and  was 
built  by  Mr.  Wood,  a  "stonecutter  "  or  mason,  of  Oxford1.  Dr.  Plot, 
the  first  Keeper,  was  immediately  appointed  Professor  of  Chemistry  by 
the  Vice-Chancellor. 

The  Keeper  of  the  Museum  used  to  be  nominated  by  the  Visitors 
appointed  by  Ashmole's  will,  namely,  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Dean  of 
Christ  Church,  the  Principal  of  Bra.«enose,  the  Eegius  Professor  of 
Medicine,  and  the  two  Proctors  ;  and  Dr.  Eawlinson  endowed  the  office 
with  a  stipend  of  about  £75  a-year  on  certain  stringent  conditions. 
These  original  regulations  were  superseded  by  others  made  in  1858 : 
and  these  again  were  abrogated  by  a  Statute  which  received  the 
sanction  of  the  Queen  in  Council,  1870.  By  this  Statute  the  Vice- 
Chancellor,  the  Camden  Professor  of  Ancient  History,  the  Begins 
Professor  of  Modern  History,  and  two  other  Members  of  Convocation  to 
be  elected  for  five  years  by  the  Congregation  of  the  University,  were 
constituted  Visitors  of  the  Museum.  By  the  same  Statute  Mr.  John 
Henry  Parker,  Hon.  M.A.,  who  had  made  a  munificent  benefaction  in 

1  The  words  "T.  Wood  Arch."  are  at  the  foot  of  an  engraving  of  the  east  end  of  the 
Museum  done  by  Burghers  in  1085  or  168(5.  Vice-Chancellor's  Accoxints,  MS.  in  the 
Archives.  There  is  no  authority  for  the  modern  assertion  that  Sir  Christopher  Wren 
was  the  architect. 


122  INSTITUTIONS. 

augmentation  of  the  Keeper's  salary,  was  nominated  to  succeed  to 
the  Keepership  on  the  first  vacancy  :  afterwards  the  Keeper  is  to  he 
nominated  by  the  Visitors,  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation. 

The  second  object  for  which  the  building  was  provided  is  now  at- 
tained by  the  University  Museum,  and  the  zoological  part  of  the 
collection  has  been  removed  to  that  Institution.  The  MSS.  of  Anthony 
Wood  and  others,  which  were  deposited  here,  have  been  transferred  to 
the  Bodleian  Library.  The  first  floor  is  now  a  Museum  of  Antiquities  ; 
the  basement  story  is  the  repository  of  the  Arundel  Marbles  and  of 
other  similar  remains  ;  the  upper  floor,  which  for  many  years  was 
used  as  an  examination  room,  was,  on  the  removal  of  the  examinations 
to  the  new  Schools  in  1882,  placed  by  decree  of  Convocation  at  the 
disposal  of  the  Visitors  of  the  Museum.  The  Museum  is  open  daily 
from  2  till  4. 

Keepers. 

1683  Robert  Plot,  D.C.L.,  Magdalen  Hall,  afterwards  of  University 
1690  Edward  Lhwyd,  Jesus  ;  M.A.  honoris  causa  July  21,  1701 
1709  David  Parry,  M.A.,  Jesus 
1714  John  Whiteside,  M.A.,  Brasenose 

1729  George  Shepheard,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Trinity 

1730  George  Huddesford,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  President,  of  Trinity 
1755  William  Huddesford,  B.A.,  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  B.D. 

1772  William  Sheffield,  M.A.,  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Worcester  ;  D.D. 
1796  William  Lloyd,  B.C.L.,  Wadham 
1815  Thomas  Dunbar,  M.A.,  Brasenose 

1822  William  Thomas  Philippe,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1823  John  Shute  Duncan,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College 
1826  Philip  Bury  Duncan,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New  College 


1854  John  Phillips,  M.A.,  Magdalen  ;  afterwards  Professor  of  Geology 
1870  JOHN  HENRY  PAEKEB,  Exeter  ;  M.A.  honoris  causa  June  27,  1867, 


C.B. 


CLAKENDON  BUILDING. 

It  has  been  stated  already  that  the  Clarendon  Building  was  erected 
for  a  Printing  House,  and  was  so  used  from  1713  until  the  removal  of 
the  University  Press  to  the  present  Office  in  1830.  It  was  begun 
February  22,  1712.  The  architect  and  builder  was  Mr.  Nicholas 
Hawksmoor l,  who  built  also  the  south  quadrangle  of  Queen's  College 
and  the  north  quadrangle  of  All  Souls  College.  The  name  of  the 
building  is  derived  from  the  Lord  Chancellor  Clarendon,  and  the  cost 
of  it  was  defrayed  partly  from  the  profits  of  the  sale  of  his  History  of 
the  Bebellion,  the  copyright  of  which  was  given  to  the  University. 

It  is  now  used  for  various  public  purposes  of  the  University,  con- 
taining the  "  Delegates'  Boom,"  in  which  the  meetings  of  Delegacies 
usually  take  place,  the  Registrar's  Office,  the  offices  of  the  Curators  of 
the  University  Chest,  and  of  the  Delegates  of  Students  not  belonging 
to  any  College  or  Hall  and  of  Lodging  Houses  ;  and,  on  the  basement 
story,  a  Police  Room  with  other  apartments  connected  with  it. 

1  On  the  3rd  of  October,  1715,  the  Delegates  of  the  Press  voted  a  gratuity  of  100Z.  to 
Hawksmoor  "  for  his  care  in  drawing  and  supervising  the  whole  works  of  the  new 
Printing  House." 


EADCLIFFE   LlBKAKY   AND   OBSERVATORY.  123 


BADCLIFTE  LIBEAKY. 

The  munificent  founder  of  this  Library  was  the  celebrated  phj'sician 
John  Badcliffe,  M.D.,  first  of  University  College,  afterwards  Fellow  of 
Lincoln,  who  died  in  1714.  He  bequeathed  the  bulk  of  his  large  pro- 
perty to  Trustees  to  be  applied  at  their  discretion  to  charitable  purposes  ; 
but  he  directed  them  in  the  first  instance  to  accumulate  £ 40,000,  and 
to  lay  out  that  sum  on  the  purchase  of  the  site  for  his  Library  and  on 
the  building,  and  he  appropriated  ,£100  a-year  for  the  maintenence  of 
the  fabric,  j£100  a-year  for  the  purchase  of  books,  and  .£150  a-year  as  a 
stipend  for  the  Librarian.  James  Gibbs,  Esq.,  a  native  of  Aberdeen, 
was  the  architect.  The  foundation-stone  was  laid  June  16,  1737,  and 
the  building  was  completed  in  1747.  The  Library  was  opened  April 
13,  1749,  in  a  public  ceremony,  by  the  Trustees. 

Many  years  ago  the  Trustees  resolved  to  confine  their  purchases  to 
works  on  Medicine  and  Natural  History ;  and  upon  the  completion  of 
the  University  Museum  they  permitted  the  books  concerning  Natural 
Science  to  be  removed  to  the  Library  of  that  Institution,  which  may 
now  be  regarded  as  "  Badcliffe's  Library,"  and  they  allowed  the  remain- 
ing volumes  and  the  building  itself  to  be  used  in  connection  with  the 
Bodleian  Library.  It  has  been  opened  as  a  Beading  Room.  (See  ante, 
p.  119.) 

The  present  Trustees  are,  H.B.H.  Prince  Leopold,  Duke  of  Albany, 
the  Earl  of  Carnarvon,  the  Earl  of  Selborne,  the  Eight  Hon.  W.  E. 
Gladstone,  and  Arthur  W.  Peel,  Esq. 

Eadcliffe's  Librarian,  who  must  be  at  least  a  Master  of  Arts,  is  elected 
by  the  following  personages :  the  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  the  Lord 
High  Chancellor  of  Great  Britain,  the  Chancellor  of  the  University, 
the  Bishops  of  London  and  Winchester,  the  two  principal  Secretaries 
of  State,  the  Lord  Chief  Justice  of  England,  and  the  Master  of  the  Eolls. 
He  has  charge  of  the  Library  at  the  Museum. 

Librarians. 

1748  Francis  Wise,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Trinity,  Keeper  of  the  Archives 

1767  Benjamin  Kennicott,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Exeter  ;  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1783  Thomas  Hornsby,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus,  Professor  of  Astronomy  and  of 

Natural  Philosophy 

1810  George  Williams,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  Corpus,  Professor  of  Botany 
1834  John  Kidd,  D.M.,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Regius  Professor  of  Medicine 
1851  HENRY  WBNTWOBTH  ACLAND,  D.M.,  Ch.  Ch.,  sometime  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

and  Clinical  Professor  of  Medicine;  Regius  Professor  of  Medicine,  F.R.S. 


BADCLIFFE  OBSEBVATOBY. 

This  building  was  erected  out  of  the  funds  of  Dr.  Badcliffe  by  the 
Trustees  to  his  will.  It  comprises  a  dwelling-house  for  the  Observer, 
and  apartments  for  observation,  for  lectures,  for  a  Library,  and  for  an 
assistant  Observer :  and  it  is  amply  supplied  with  astronomical  instru- 
ments. The  foundation-stone  was  laid  June  27,  1772,  The  original 


124  INSTITUTIONS. 

architect  was  Mr.  A.  Keene.  The  building  was  altered  and  completed 
by  Mr.  James  Wyatt.  The  Observer  is  appointed  by  the  Eadcliffe 
Trustees  :  he  appoints  his  own  Assistants. 

Astronomical  Observations  are  made  daily  when  the  weather  per- 
mits, and  are  regularly  recorded.  A  fair  copy  of  these  Registers  used 
to  be  deposited  in  the  Library  of  the  Eoyal  Society  in  London,  in 
the  Eadcliffe  Library,  and  in  the  Observatory  itself;  but  from  the 
year  1840  they  have  been  printed,  by  order  of  the  Trustees,  under  the 
superintendence  of  the  Observer,  in  a  handsome  octavo  volume,  which 
is  continued  annually. 

Observers. 

1772  Thomas  Hornsby,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus,  Professor  of  Astronomy ;  after- 
wards Professor  of  Natural  Philosophy 

1810  Abram  Robertson,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch.,  Professor  of  Astronomy 

1827  Stephen  Peter  Eigaud,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Exeter,  Professor  of 
Astronomy 

1839  Manuel  John  Johnson,  M.A.,  Magdalen  Hall 

1860  Robert  Main,  M.A.,  Pembroke,  incorporated  from  Queens'  College,  Cam- 
bridge, F.K.S.,  F.RA.S. 

1878  EDWARD  JAMES  STONE,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Hon.  Fellow  (sometime  Fellow)  of 
Queens'  College,  Cambridge,  F.E.S. 


TAYLOR  INSTITUTION. 

Sir  Eobert  Taylor,  an  Architect  of  eminence  in  the  last  century, 
bequeathed  the  residue  of  his  property,  a  very  considerable  sum,  to 
"  the  Chancellor  and  Scholars  of  the  University  of  Oxford  and  their 
"  successors,  for  the  purpose  of  applying  the  interest  and  produce  thereof 
"  in  purchase  of  freehold  land  within,  or  if  possible  to  be  made  within, 
"the  jurisdiction  of  the  said  University,  for  the  erecting  a  proper 
"edifice  therein,  and  for  establishing  a  foundation,  for  the  teaching 
"and  improving  the  European  languages  in  such  manner  as  should 
"  from  time  to  time  be  approved  by  the  said  Chancellor  and  Scholars 
"  in  Convocation  assembled."  He  died  in  1788,  but  his  bequest,  being 
subject  to  certain  contingencies,  did  not  take  effect  till  1835,  and  it 
was  not  until  1848  that  the  "  proper  edifice  "  which  was  to  be  erected 
could  be  made  fully  ready  for  use.  This  handsome  building,  of  which 
C.  E.  Cockerell,  Esq.,  D.C.L.,  was  the  architect,  comprises  a  spacious 
Library,  several  Lecture  Eooins,  and  apartments  for  the  residence  of  a 
Librarian. 

The  Institution  is  under  the  direction  of  nine  Curators,  of  whom  the 
Vice-Chancellor,  the  Begius  Professor  of  Modern  History,  and  the 
Professor  of  Comparative  Philology,  are  ex  officio  three  ;  of  the  other 
six,  who  must  all  be  Members  of  Convocation,  four  are  appointed  for  a 
period  of  five  years,  and  two  for  ten,  after  which  they  may  be  nominated 
again. 

There  are  four  Teacherships  of  Modern  European  Languages,  a 
Scholarship,  and  an  Exhibition,  which  are  described  in  separate  articles. 
The  Curators  are  also  charged  with  the  application  of  the  proceeds  of  a 
fund  arising  from  the  bequest  of  William  Thomas  Horner,  Earl  of 


UNIVERSITY  GALLERIES.  125 

II Chester,  for  the  encouragement  of  the  study  of  the  Polish  and  other 
Slavonic  Languages,  Literature,  and  History.  By  a  Statute  passed  in 
1876,  they  are  authorised  to  apply  the  interest  of  the  fund  to  one  or 
both  of  the  following  purposes,  at  their  discretion  and  in  such  manner 
and  at  such  times  as  they  may  judge  most  expedient :  (1)  The  delivery 
of  Lectures  on  subjects  connected  with  the  Slavonic  Languages  or 
Literature,  or  the  History  of  the  Slavonic  Nations :  (2)  The  bestowal 
of  Prizes  or  Exhibitions  for  encouraging  the  study  of  those  subjects : 
(3)  The  publishing,  or  assisting  in  the  publication  of,  works  in  one  or 
other  of  those  subjects. 

The  Curators  are  also  charged  with  the  custody  of  a  collection  of 
books  and  works  of  art  bequeathed  to  the  University  in  1834  by  the 
Rev.  Eobert  Finch,  M.A.,  of  Balliol  College,  and  with  the  administra- 
tion of  a  fund  of  ,£1300  left  by  him  for  the  maintenance  and  extension 
of  the  collection. 

The  Library  is  open  between  the  hours  of  eleven  and  five,  except 
during  one  month  from  Aug.  16  to  Sept.  14  ;  and  from  Christmas-Eve 
to  Jan.  2,  when  it  is  closed  entirely.  All  Members  of  the  University 
have  free  admission  to  it,  and  resident  Members  are  allowed  to  take 
books  out  of  the  Library,  subject  to  its  regulations.  Literary  persons 
not  members  of  the  University  are  also  admissible  by  special  permission. 
The  leading  Newspapers  and  Periodicals  of  France,  Germany  and  Italy, 
are  taken  in  and  lie  upon  the  table.  The  Librarian  is  appointed  by 
the  Curators,  with  a  statutable  stipend  of  £150  a-year.  The  present 
Librarian  is  HEINRICH  KREBS,  Ph.  D.  of  the  University  of  Freiburg 
in  Baden,  Hon.  M.A. 

UNIVEKSITY  GALLERIES. 

The  University  Galleries  form  the  Central  and  Western  portions  of 
the  building,  of  which  the  Taylor  Institution  is  the  Eastern,  and  were 
designed  by  the  same  Architect.  Francis  Randolph,  D.D.,  Principal 
of  St.  Alban  Hall,  who  died  in  1796,  bequeathed  £1000  towards  the 
erection  of  a  suitable  building  for  the  reception  of  the  Pomfret  Statues 
and  other  works  of  art ;  and  that  sum  together  with  accumulated  in- 
terest was  laid  out  upon  the  building,  the  remainder  of  the  cost  being 
defrayed  from  moneys  belonging  to  the  University.  The  Galleries  were 
opened  in  1845.  They  contain  specimens  of  ancient  and  modern 
Sculpture,  including  the  original  models  for  the  principal  works  of  the 
late  eminent  English  artist,  Sir  Francis  Chantrey,  presented  by  his 
Avidow  :  a  large  number  of  original  drawings  of  M.  Angelo  and  Raffaele, 
purchased  by  a  subscription,  towards  which  the  second  Earl  of  Eldon 
contributed  the  munificent  sum  of  £4000  ;  and  there  is  one  large  and 
lofty  Gallery  for  Paintings.  Many  works  of  art  of  various  kinds  have 
been  given  to  the  University  since  the  Galleries  were  erected. 

The  Galleries  are  under  the  superintendence  of  three  Curators,  who 
must  be  at  least  Masters  of  Arts  or  Bachelors  of  Civil  Law  or  Medicine, 
and  who  are  nominated  by  the  Vice- Chancel  lor,  the  four  Pro- Vice- 
Chancellors,  and  the  two  Proctors,  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation. 


126  INSTITUTIONS. 

To  these  are  added  Bodley's  Librarian,  who  continues  to  be  a  Curator 
so  long  as  a  collection  of  drawings  and  engravings  belonging  to  the 
Bodleian  Library  and  at  present  deposited  in  the  Galleries,  remains 
there.  The  Galleries  are  in  the  charge  of  a  resident  Keeper,  ap- 
pointed by  the  Curators,  with  a  stipend  of  .£100  a- year,  and  are  open 
without  fee  from  12  to  4  daily,  except  during  a  few  weeks  in  the  Long 
Vacation  for  cleaning.  One  room  has  been  assigned  for  the  use  of  the 
Oxford  School  of  Art  in  connexion  with  the  South  Kensington  De- 
partment of  Science  and  Art.  The  present  Keeper  is  Mr.  JOSEPH 
FISHER. 

UNTYEBSITY  MUSEUM. 

This  edifice,  intended  for  the  promotion  of  the  study  of  Natural 
Science,  was  erected  at  the  charge  of  the  University,  from  the  de- 
signs and  under  the  directions  of  Messrs.  Deane  and  Woodward  of 
Dublin.  The  first  stone  was  solemnly  laid  June  20, 1855,  by  the  Earl 
of  Derby,  Chancellor  of  the  University,  and  the  building  was  so  nearly 
finished  when  the  British  Association  for  the  Advancement  of  Science 
met  in  Oxford  at  the  end  of  June,  1860,  that  every  part  of  it  was  then 
used.  The  iron-work  was  supplied  by  Mr.  Skidmore  of  Coventry. 
The  decorative  Sculpture  both  without  and  within  is  due  to  the  liber- 
ality of  individual  donors :  in  particular  Her  Majesty  the  Queen  was 
pleased  to  present  five  of  the  statues  of  eminent  philosophers  which 
adorn  the  Area ;  and  Woolner's  statue  of  the  late  Prince  Consort, 
which  faces  the  entrance,  was  placed  here  by  gentlemen  of  the  City  of 
Oxford,  who  subscribed  to  have  it  erected  in  memorial  of  the  Prince. 

The  Museum  contains  Lecture-rooms,  with  Work-rooms  and  Labo- 
ratories where  these  are  required,  for  the  Regius  Professor  of  Medicine, 
and  the  Professors  of  Geometry,  Astronomy,  Natural  Philosophy, 
Chemistry,  Mineialogy,  Geology,  Anatomy,  Physiology,  and  Zoology ; 
a  Dissecting-room  at  the  North-eastern  angle,  and  along  the  front 
upstairs  a  spacious  Library  and  Reading  Room.  The  Chemical  De- 
partment, at  the  south-western  angle  of  the  building,  was  greatly 
enlarged  by  the  addition  in  1878-9  of  a  new  block  of  buildings, 
including,  besides  several  smaller  laboratories  for  the  use  of  more  ad- 
vanced workers,  one  large  laboratory  fitted  for  the  accommodation  of 
sixty-four  students  "of  qualitative  and  quantitative  analysis.  Various 
Collections  illustrative  of  subjects  studied  in  the  Museum  have  been 
brought  together  within  its  walls,  and  a  large  part  of  them  is  open  to 
the  view  of  Students  in  the  Area  and  Corridors  ;  a  Pathological  Series 
in  the  Medical  department;  Models  and  Instruments  for  Experi- 
mental Physics  ;  Minerals,  including  some  of  singular  rarity  given  by 
the  late  Richard  Simmonds,  M.D.,  of  Christ  Church ;  Fossils,  com- 
prising the  large  collection  given  by  the  late  Professor  Buckland,  and 
Mr.  Pengelly's  Devonian  Series  presented  in  1860  by  Miss  Burdett- 
Coutts ;  the  Physiological  Series  moved  from  the  Anatomy  School  at 
Christ  Church  by  permission  of  the  Dean  and  Chapter,  who,  however, 
as  Trustees  under  the  Will  of  the  Founder,  Mathew  Lee,  M.D., 


UNIVERSITY  OBSERVATORY.  127 

physician  to  King  George  II,  reserve  the  right  to  recall  the  loan  ; 
Zoological  specimens  transferred  from  the  Ashmolean  Museum  ;  a  large 
collection  of  Shells  presented  by  Lady  and  Miss  Harvey  ;  two  large 
collections  of  British  Shells,  one  given  by  Sir  Walter  C.  Trevelyan, 
Bart.,  M.A.,  of  University  College,  the  other  bequeathed  by  George 
Barlee,  Esq.,  of  Exmonth,  who  died  in  1861 ;  and  a  large  collection  of 
Invertebrate  Animals  given  by  the  Rev.  F.  W.  Hope,  the  Founder  of 
the  Professorship  of  Zoology.  And,  to  make  these  Collections  more 
useful  to  Students,  the  Trustees  under  Dr.  Radcliffe's  Will  have 
allowed  the  large  scientific  portion  of  his  Library  to  be  brought  here, 
and  intend  to  maintain  it  themselves  in  the  Museum  under  the  charge 
of  Eadcliffe's  Librarian,  reserving  however  the  right  to  reclaim  it  if 
they  think  fit. 

By  the  liberality  of  the  Clarendon  Trustees  an  additional  wing  was 
added  to  the  Museum  in  1872,  containing  the  lecture-rooms  and 
laboratories  of  the  department  of  Experimental  Philosophy.  This 
new  wing  contains  a  large  lecture-theatre,  a  large  room  for  the 
Physical  Cabinet,  laboratories  for  each  of  the  branches  of  weighing 
and  measuring  heat,  light,  electricity,  magnetism,  and  acoustics, 
together  with  smaller  rooms  for  the  preparation  of  special  experi- 
ments. It  is  placed  under  the  care  of  the  Professor  of  Experimental 
Philosophy. 

The  Museum  is  under  the  superintendence  of  a  Delegacy  con- 
sisting of  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  two  Proctors,  and  six  other  persons 
chosen  by  the  Congregation  of  the  University.  None  of  the  Professors 
who  teach  in  the  Museum  can  be  Delegates,  but  all  of  them  are  sum- 
moned to  the  meetings  of  the  Delegacy  and  consulted  on  the  questions 
that  arise.  It  is  in  the  charge  of  a  Keeper,  who  is  appointed  by  the 
Delegates  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation,  and  who  has  an  official 
residence  adjoining  on  the  South-east,  and  receives  a  stipend  of 
,£80  a-year. 

The  Museum  is  open  to  Members  of  the  University  from  10  a.m. 
till  4  p.m.  Visitors  are  admitted,  without  fee,  after  2  p.m.  The 
Library  is  open  from  10  a.m.  till  4  p.m.  daily,  and  on  Mondays  and 
Thursdays  during  Term  from  7  p.m.  till  9  p.m. 


1857  John  Phillips,  M.A.,  Magdalen,  Professor  of  Geology ;  Hon.  D.C.L. 

1874  Henry  John  Stephen  Smith,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus ;  Savilian  Professor  of 

Geometry ;  Fellow  of  Balliol 
1883  EDWARD  BURNETT  TYLOR,  Hon.  D.C.L.,  Balliol. 

UNIVEESITY  OBSEEVATOEY. 

In  March,  1873,  the  University  resolved  to  have  a  large  Refracting 
Telescope  of  the  highest  order  of  completeness  and  excellence  con- 
structed for  the  purpose  of  providing  more  ample  instruction  for  Uni- 
versity students  in  practical  astronomy,  and  for  original  research.  In 
the  autumn  of  the  same  year,  the  University  also  accepted  from  Warren 
De  La  Eue,  Hon.  D.C.L.  (afterwards  M.A.,  New  College),  a  large  Ee- 


128  INSTITUTIONS. 

fleeting  Telescope,  together  with  other  astronomical  apparatus,  specially 
adapted  for  celestial  photography,  and  other  branches  of  astronomical 
physics.  The  Observatory  now  contains  these  instruments,  together 
with  others  of  smaller  dimensions.  The  large  lecture-room  on  the  north 
side  of  the  Observatory  was  added  in  1877-8. 

The  Savilian  Professor  of  Astronomy  has  charge  of  the  Observatory, 
subject  to  the  superintendence  of  a  Board  of  Visitors,  which  consists  of 
the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Proctors,  the  Astronomer  Royal,  the  Director 
of  the  Cambridge  University  Observatory,  the  Raclcliffe  Observer, 
together  with  four  other  persons  elected  by  the  Congregation  of  the 
University  for  ten  years.  Mr.  W.  E.  Plummer  and  Mr.  C.  A.  Jenkins, 
both  formerly  of  the  Eoyal  Observatory,  Greenwich,  are  Assistant 
Observers. 

THE  NEW  SCHOOLS. 

The  building  in  the  High  Street  commonly  called  by  this  name 
was  erected  in  1876 — 1882,  from  the  designs  of  the  architect,  Thomas 
Graham  Jackson,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow,  and  afterwards  Honorary 
Fellow,  of  Wadham,  at  a  cost  exceeding  ,£100,000.  The  builder  was 
Mr.  Albert  Estcourt,  of  Gloucester ;  most  of  the  carving  in  wood  and 
stone  was  executed  by  Messrs.  Farmer  and  Brindley,  of  London.  The 
building  was  first  used  for  the  public  University  Examinations  in  Easter 
Term,  1882. 

In  addition  to  the  lofty  and  spacious  entrance-hall,  forming  the 
principal  feature  of  the  front  towards  High  Street,  the  building  contains 
two  large  writing-rooms,  each  capable  of  accommodating  two  hundred 
candidates,  and  a  third  affording  space  for  one  hundred  and  twenty 
candidates  ;  eleven  smaller  rooms  suitable  for  viva  voce  examinations  ; 
private  rooms  for  the  use  of  Examiners ;  offices  for  the  Clerk  of  the 
Schools  ;  lavatories  and  store-rooms  ;  a  porter's  residence  ;  and  an  ex- 
tensive range  of  rooms  in  the  basement. 

All  the  University  Examinations,  except  those  involving  laboratory 
practice,  are  held  here,  and  the  building  is  also  available  at  times  for 
Professors'  lectures. 


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UNIVERSITY  SERMONS  AND  PREACHERS. 

SERMONS  are  pteached  before  the  University,  two  on  each  Sunday, 
in  full  Term ;  one  on  Christmas  Day,  Good  Friday,  Ascension  Day, 
Lady  Day,  and  the  Festivals  of  St.  Mark,  of  St.  John  Baptist,  of 
St.  Philip  and  St.  James.  There  is  also  a  Sermon  at  the  several 
Assizes,  and  one  in  Latin,  with  the  Litany  and  Holy  Communion,  at 
the  beginning  of  Michaelmas,  Hilary,  and  Easter  Terms. 

With  certain  exceptions  specified  below,  the  order  of  preaching  is  as 
follows. 

1.  The  morning  Sermons  on  Sundays  in  Term  fall  to  the  Dean  and 
Canons  of  Christ  Church,  the  Heads  of  Colleges,  the  five  Divinity  Pro- 
fessors, and  the  Professor  of  Hebrew,  in  the  following  order,  which 
however  the  preachers  are  at  liberty  to  vary  by  exchanging  turns 
among  themselves  t — 

Christ  Church  Trinity  University 

Magdalen  Christ  Church  Exeter 

New  College  Brasenose  Christ  Church 

Christ  Church  <•  Oriel  Balliol 

All  Souls  Regius  Prof.  Div.  Jesus 

Merton  Margaret  Prof.  Div.  Christ  Church 

Christ  Church  Regius  Prof.  Hebr.  Pembroke 

Corpus  Christ  Church  "Worcester 

Queen's  Wadham  Regius  Prof.  Past  Theology] 

Christ  Church  Lincoln  Regius  Prof.  Eccl.  Hist, 

St.  John's  Christ  Church  Prof.  Exeg,  Script. 

2.  The  other  Sermons  fall  to  Graduates  in  the  order  in  which  they 
were  admitted  to  Regency  as  Masters  of  Arts  or  to  the  degree  of  Bachelor 
of  Civil  Law. 

To  these  two  rules  the  exceptions  are  as  follow : — 

1.  The  morning  Sermons  on  Sundays  in  Lent  belong  to  the  second 
order  above  stated,  not  to  the  first ;  the  Bampton  Lecture  Sermons, 
mentioned  below,  are  delivered  in  the  morning ;  the  preachers  on  the 
mornings  of  Quinquagesima  Sunday  and  the  last  Sunday  after  Trinity 
(on  each  of  which  days  by  a  special  benefaction  a  Sermon  is  preached 
from  a  limited  number  of  texts  upon  Humility  or  upon  Pride),  of 
Whitsun  Day,  and  of  the  Sunday  before  the  Encaenia,  are  appointed 
by  the  Vice-Chancellor ;  the  morning  Sermon  on  Trinity  Sunday  is 
preached  by  a  preacher  appointed  by  New  College  ;  and,  if  any  of  the 
festivals  mentioned  in  the  next  sentence  or  an  Assize  Sermon  fall  on 
a  Sunday,  the  exception  in  that  case  applies  to  the  morning  Sermon. 

2.  The  Vice-Chancellor  appoints  the  preacher  for  the  afternoon  of 
every  Sunday  in  Lent1  in  full  Term,  of  Whitsun  Day,  of  Trinity  Sun- 
day (when  by  a  special  benefaction  a  Sermon  is  preached  "  upon  Church 
Extension  over  the  Colonies  and  Dependencies  of  the  British  Empire  "), 

1  On  one  of  the  afternoons  in  Lent  a  Sermon,  for  which  there  is  a  special  benefaction, 
is  preached  upon  the  Jewish  Interpretation  of  Prophecy. 

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PUBLIC   BENEFACTORS. 


and  of  the  Sunday  before  the  Encaenia,  and  for  the  Assizes ;  the  Ser- 
mons on  Christmas  Day,  Good  Friday,  and  Ascension  Day  fall  to  the 
Dean  of  Christ  Church ;  the  Sermon  on  Lady  Day  is  preached  by  a 
preacher  nominated  by  New  College,  the  Sermons  on  the  festivals  of 
St.  Mark  and  of  St.  John  Baptist  by  Fellows  of  Magdalen,  and  the 
Sermon  on  the  festival  of  St.  Philip  and  St.  James  by  a  Fellow  of 
Merton. 

Each  person  receives  two  months'  notice  of  his  turn ;  if  he  decline 
to  preach,  no  one  but  a  Select  Preacher  can  be  his  substitute.  No 
person  may  preach  before  the  University  without  the  approval  of  the 
Vice-Chancellor,  nor  unless  he  is  at  least  a  Master  of  Arts  or  a  Bachelor 
of  Civil  Law  in  the  University  of  Oxford,  or  of  Cambridge,  or  of 
Dublin. 

All  University  Sermons  are  preached  at  St.  Mary's  Church,  except 
those  of  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church,  and  of  preachers  of  New  College, 
Magdalen,  and  Merton,  mentioned  above,  which  are,  or  may  be,  deliverd 
in  the  Cathedral  and  in  the  Chapels  of  those  Colleges  respectively. 

In  the  form  of  Bidding  Prayer  before  the  Latin  Sermons,  before  the 
Morning  Sermon  on  the  Sunday  before  the  Encamia,  and  before  the 
Sermon  at  Assizes,  are  introduced  the  names  of  the 


PUBLIC  BENEFACTORS  OF  THE  UNIVERSITY. 


Humphrey,  Duke  of  Gloucester 

John-Kempe,  Abp.  of  Canterbury 

Thomas  Kempe,  Bishop  of  London 

Margaret,  Countess  of  Eichmond 

King  Henry  the  Seventh 

Elizabeth  his  wife 

Bichard  Lichfleld,  Archdeacon  of 
Middlesex 

Thomas  Wolsey,  Cardinal,  and  Arch- 
bishop of  York 

King  Henry  the  Eighth 

Queen  Mary 

Queen  Elizabeth 

King  James  the  First 

Sir  Thomas  Bodley,  Knt. 

Sir  Henry  Savile,  Knt. 

Sir  William  Sedley,  Knt. 

Sir  Nicholas  Kempe,  Knt. 

Thomas  Whyte,  D.D. 

William  Camden,  Esq. 

Eichard  Tomlins,  Esq. 

William  Heather,  D.  Mus. 

•Edward,  Earl  of  Clarendon 

King  Charles  the  First 

William  Laud,  Abp.  of  Canterbury 

Gilbert  Sheldon,  Abp.  of  Canterbury 


Henry,  Earl  of  Danby 

Henry  Birkhead,  Esq. 

King  George  the  First 

John  Eadclifle,  D.M. 

Nathaniel,  Lord  Crewe,  Bp.  of  Durham 

Eichard  Eawlinson,  D.C.L. 

Charles  Viner,  Esq. 

George  Henry,  Earl  of  Lichfield 

Charles  Godwyn,  B.D. 

John  Bampton,  M.A. 

Francis,  Lord  Godolphia 

John  Sibthorp,  D.M. 

John  Wills,  D.D. 

George  Aldrich,  D.M. 

King  George  the  Third 

Joseph  Boden,  Esq. 

Anne  Kennicott,  widow 

Sir  Bobert  Taylor,  Knt. 

John  Ireland,  D.D.,  Dean  of  West- 
minster 

Bobert  Mason,  D.D. 

Eichard  Gough,  Esq. 

Francis  Douce,  Esq. 

Frederick  William  Hope,  M.  A.,  D.C.L., 
and  Ellen,  his  wife. 


SELECT  PREACHERS. 

There  are  ten  persons,  called  "  Select  Preachers,"  appointed  to  supply 
the  place  of  those  who  decline  to  preach  in  their  own  turns.  They  are 
to  be  chosen  out  of  the  Doctors  and  Bachelors  of  Divinity  and  of  Civil 


SELECT   PREACHERS. 


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Law  and  the  Masters  of  Arts  of  the  University  of  Oxford,  or  of  Cam- 
bridge, or  of  Dublin.  Five  are  nominated  yearly  in  November  by  the 
Vice-Chancellor,  the  Regius  and  the  Margaret  Professors  of  Divinity, 
and  the  two  Proctors.  Three  members  of  this  Board,  of  whom  tlie 
Vice-Chancellor  is  to  be  one,  must  concur  in  each  nomination  ;  and  the 
names  are  then  submitted  to  Convocation  for  approval.  The  office  is 
tenable  for  two  years,  which  run  from  Michaelmas  Term ;  and  no  one 
can  be  appointed  again  until  after  an  interval  of  a  year.  The  institution 
of  Select  Preachers  was  effected  in  1804. 

Select  Preachers. 


1804. 

Lent  Term. 

John  Eveleigh,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Oriel 
Septimus  Collinson,  D.D.,  Provost  of 

Queen's 

Charles  Barton,  B.D.,  Corpus 
William  B.  Portal,  B.D.,  St.  John's 
William  West  Green,  M. A.,  Vice-Prin- 
cipal of  Mai'  dalen  Hall 
George  Richards,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Richard  Michell,  M.A.,  Wadham 
Frodsham  Hpdson,  M.A.,  Brasenose 
Robert  Dickinson,  M.A.,  Queen's 
William  Crowe,  B.C.L.,  New  College 

1804. 

Michaelmas  Term. 

John  Parsons,  D.D.,  Master  of  Balliol 
William  Wood,  B  D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Ralph  Churton,  M.A.,  Brasenose 
Edward  Lewton,  M.A.,  Wadham 
Henry  Phillpotts,  M.A.,  Magdalen 

1805. 

Act  Term. 

Henry   Hutton,    M.A.,   Balliol,    vice 
Lewton. 

1805. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Michael  Marlow,  D.D.,  President   of 

St.  John's 

Richard  Laurence,  D.C.L.,  University 
John  Buckland,  B.D.,  Corpus 
Gilbert  Heathcote,  M.A.,  New  College 
John  Browne,  M.A.,  Corpus. 

1806. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Henry  Beeke,  D.D.,  Oriel 
William  Barrow,  D.C.L ,  Queen's 
Henry  Kett,  B.D.,  Trinity 
Robert  Williams,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
William  Crowe,  B.C.L.,  New  College 
John  Cole,  D.D.,  Exeter,  vice  Phill- 
potts. 

1807. 

Michaelmas  Term. 

John  Penrose,  M.A.,  Corpus,  vice  Kett 

Phineas  Pett,  D.D.,  Principal  of  St. 

Mary  Hall 


K2 


Edward  Nares,  M.A.,  Merton 
John  Dean,  M.A.,  Brasenose 
William  Nicholas  Darnell,  M.A., 

Corpus 
John  Mulling,  M.A.,  Exeter. 

1808. 

Lent  Term. 
William  Bishop,  M.A.,  Oriel 

1808. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Whittington  Landon,  D.D.,  Provost  of 

Worcester 

George  Shepherd,  B.D.,  University 
Edward  Copleston,  B.D.,  Oriel 
James  Hoare  Ch.  Moore,  B.D.,  Mag- 
dalen 
John  Josias  Conybeare,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1809. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
John    Browne,    M.A.,    Corpus,    vice 

Darnell 

Philip  Smyth,  B.C.L.,  New  College 
John  Goldeebrough,  B.D.,  Magdalen 
Godfrey  Faussett,  M.A.,  Magdalen 
John  Collinson,  M.A.,  Queen's 
Charles  Milman  Mount,  M.A.,  Corpus, 

1810. 

Easter  Term. 

Vaughan  Thomas,  B.D.,  Corpus,  vice 
Collinson. 

1810. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

Richard  Michell,  B.D.,  Wadham,  vice 
Shepherd 

George  William  Hall,  D.D.,  Master  of 
Pembroke 

William  West  Green,  M.A.,  Vice-Prin- 
cipal of  Magdalen  Hall 

John  Penrose,  M.A.,  Corpus 

Robert  Williams,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

William  Vansittart,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1811. 

Lent  Term. 

Richard  Dixon,  M.A.,   Queen's,   vice. 
Smyth. 


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SELECT   PKEACHERS. 


1811. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
George  Taunton,  M.A.,  Corpus,   vice 

Goldesbrongh 

Ralph  Churton,  M.A.,  Brasenose 
George  Richards,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Robert  Dickinson,  M.A.,  Queen's 
John  Davison,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Edward  Garrard  Marsh,  M.A.,  Oriel. 

1812. 

Michaelmas  Term. 

Henry  Kett,  B.D.,  Trinity,  vice  Wil- 
liams 

Charles  Barton,  D.D.,  Corpus 
Yaughan  Thomas,  B.D.,  Corpus 
Thomas  Falconer,  M.A.,  Corpus 
John  Bayley  Somers  Carwithen,  M.A., 

St.  Mary  Hall 
Benjamin  P.  Symons,  M.A.,  Wadham. 

1813. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Hugh    Nicholas    Pearson,   M.A.,  St. 

John's,  vice  Davison 
Richard  Mant,  M.A.,  Oriel 
William  Bishop,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Godfrey  Faussett,  M.A.,  Magdalen 
Archdale  Wilson  Tayler,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
William  Vaux,  M.A.,  Balliol. 

1814. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
George  Shepherd,  B.D.,  University,  vice 

Barton 

Edward  Nares,  D.D.,  Merton 
Thomas  Stone.  D  D.,  Brasenose 
William  Come,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Charles  Milman  Mount,  M.A.,  Corpus 
John  Miller,  M.A.,  Worcester. 

1815. 

Lent  Term. 

Matthew  Rolleston,  M.A.,  University, 
vice  Tayler. 

1815. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Charles   Barton,   D.D.,    Corpus,    vice 

Mount 
Frodsham  Hodson,  D.D.,  Principal  of 

Brasenose 

Thomas  Home,  B  D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Page,  B.D.,  Brasenose 
Peter  Elmsley,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Lightfoot,  M.A.,  Merton. 

1816. 

Easter  Term. 

Edward  Rowden,  M.A.,  New  College, 
vice  Barton. 

1816. 

Michaelmas  Term. 

Francis  Rowden,   B.D.,    Merton,  vice 
Elinsley 


Thomas  Linwood  Strong,  M.A.,  Oriel, 

vice  Stone 
Edward   Copleston,   D.D.,  Provost  of 

Oriel 

George  Leigh  Cooke,  B.D.,  Corpus 
Reginald  Heber,  M.A.,  All  Souls 
Charles  Lloyd,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
William  Crowe.  B.C.L.,  New  College. 

1817. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Michael  Marlow,  D.D.,  President  of  St 

John's 

John  Hume  Spry,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Edmund  Goodenough,  M.A,,  Ch.Ch. 
William  Vaux,  M.A.,  Balliol 
Edward  Cardwell,  M.A.,  Brasenose. 

1818. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

Richard   Whately,   M.A.,  Oriel,  vice 
Cardwell 

John  Dean',  D.D.,  Principal  of  St.  Mary- 
Hall 

Peter  Elmsley,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

Ashhurst  Turner  Gilbert,  M.A.,  Brase- 
nose 

William  Russell,  M.A.,  Magdalen 

Wyndham  Knatchbull,  M.A..A11  Souls. 

1819. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Thomas  Linwood  Strong,  B.D.,  Oriel 

vice  Elmsley 
John     Page,    B.  D.,    Brasenose,    vice 

Goodenough 
John  Collier  Jones,  D.D.,  Rector  of 

Exeter 

John  Matthias  Turner,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Thomas  Loveday,  M.A.,  Magdalen 
James  Saumarez,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
George  Chandler,  B.C.L.,  New  College 

1820. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Richard    Jenkyns,    D.D.,    Master    of 

Balliol 

Peter  Elmsley,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Philip  N.    Shuttleworth,  M.A.,   New 

College 

Edward  Hawkins,  M.A  ,  Oriel 
Henry  Hart  Milman,  M.A.,  Brasenose 

1821. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
George  Gleed,  B.D.,  St.  John's 
Benjamin     Parsons     Symons,     B.D., 

Wadham 
William    Daniel    Conybeare,    M.A., 

Ch.  Ch. 

John  Keble,  M.A.,  Oriel 
William  Crowe,  B.C.L.,  New  College 

1822. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
John  Bull,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 


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John  Hume  Spry;  M.A.,  Oriel, 
James  Endell  Tyler,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Zacharias     Henry     Biddulph,     M.A., 

Magdalen 
George  Chandler,  B.C.L.,  New  College 

1823. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Edward   Copleston,  D.D.,   Provost  of 

Oriel 

Edward  Cardwell,  B.D.,  Brasenose 
Thomas  Loveday,  B.D.,  Magdalen 
Christopher  Lipscomb,  M.A.,  New 

Thomas  Vowler  Short,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1824. 

Act  Term. 

Edward    Burton,    M.A.,    Student    of 
Ch.  Ch.,  vice  Lipscomb. 

1824. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Philip  Nicholas    Shuttleworth,  D.D., 

Warden  of  New  College 
Vaughan  Thomas,  B.D.,  Corpus 
Godfrey  Faussett,  B.D.,  Magdalen 
John  Radford,  B.D.,  Lincoln 
William  Mills,  B.D.,  Magdalen. 

1825. 

Act  Term. 

Richard  WTiately,  D.D.,  Principal  of 
St.  Alban  Hall,  vice  Mills. 

1825. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
George    Shepherd,   D.D.,   University, 

vice  Cardwell 
John  B.  S.  Carwithen,  B.D.,  St.  Mary 

Hall,  vice  Loveday 
Edward  Nares,  D.D.,  Merton 
John  T.  James,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Edward  Hawkins,  M.A.,  Oriel 
William  Dalby,  M.A.,  Exeter 
Charles  A.  Ogilvie,  M.A.,  Balliol. 

1826. 

Michaelmas  Term. 

Charles  Milman  Mount,  M.A,  Corpus 
John  Antony  Cramer,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Frederick  Charles  Blackstone,  B.C.L., 

New  College 

Charles  Carr  Clerke,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Charles  Girdlestone,  M.A.,  Balliol. 

1827. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Richard  Whately,  D.D.,  Principal  of 

St.  Alban  Hall 

Vaughan  Thomas,  B.D.,  Corpus 
Henry  Atkins,  M.A.,  New  College 
William  James,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Edward  Burton,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
John   Miller,   M.A.,    Worcester,    vice 

J.  T.  James. 


1828. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Philip  Wynter,  D.D.,  President  of  St. 

John's 

William  J.  Palmer,  D.D.,  Brasenose 
William  Mills,  B.D.,  Magdalen 
John  Keble,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Jos.  Loscombe  Richards,  M.A.,  Exeter. 

1829. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Philip  Nicholas    Shuttleworth,  D.D., 

WTarden  of  New  College 
Edw.  Hawkins,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Oriel 
James  Endell  Tyler,  B.D.,  Oriel 
George  John  Majendie,  B.D.,  Magdalen 
John  Miller,  M.A.,  Worcester. 

1830. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Thomas  V.  Short,  B.D.,   Student    of 

Ch.  Ch. 

Charles  Girdlestone,  M.A.,  Balliol 
Henry  William  Buckley,  M.A.,  Fellow 

of  Merton 
John  Henry  Newman,  M.A.,  Fellow  of 

Oriel 
John  Ball,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 

1831. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

John  Antony  Cramer,  D.D.,  Principal 
of  New  Inn  Hall 

Benjamin  Parsons  Symons,  D.D.,  War- 
den of  Wadham 

Thomas   William    Lancaster,    M.A., 
Queen's 

Robert  Hussey,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch. 
Ch. 

Frederick   Oakeley,  M.A.,  Fellow  of 
Balliol. 

1832. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

Charles  William  Stocker,  D.D.,  Vice- 
Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall 

William  Parker,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  New 
College 

Charles  Atmore  Ogilvie,  M.A.,  Fellow 
of  Balliol 

Henry  Jenkyns,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

William  Palmer,  M.A.,  Worcester. 

1833. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

Philip  Wynter,  D.D.,  President  of  St 
John's 

Wm.  Mills,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

Walter  Farquhar  Hook,  M.A.,  some- 
time Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

George    Moberly,    M.A.,    Fellow    of 
Balliol 

William   Jacobson,   M.A.,  Fellow  of 
Exeter. 


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SELECT  PREACHERS. 


1834. 

Easter  Term. 
Francis  Atkinson  Faber,  M.A.,  Fellow 

of  Magdalen,  vice  Jenkyns 
Edward    Denison,    M.A.,    Fellow    of 
Merton,  vice  Mills. 

1834. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

John  Russell,  D.D.,  sometime  Student 
ofCh.  Ch. 

James  Stuart  Murray  Anderson,  M.A., 
Balliol 

William  Fisher  Audland,  M.A.,  Fel- 
low of  Queen's 

Charles  Abel  Heurtley,  M.A.,  Fellow 
of  Corpus 

Joseph  Esmond  Riddle,  M.A.,  St.  Ed- 
mund Hall. 

1835. 

Michaelmas  Term. 

Godfrey  Faussett,  D.D.,  Margaret  Pro- 
fessor of  Divinty 
Henry  Arthur  Woodgate,  B.D.,  Fellow 

of  St.  John's 
Augustus    Short,    M.A.,    Student    of 

Ch.  Ch. 
Benj.  Harrison,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.Ch. 

1836.  * 

Michaelmas  Term. 
George  Gleed,  B.D.,  sometime  Fellow 

of  St.  John's 

John  Menzies,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 
George  Robert  Gleig,  M.A.,  Balliol 
John  CaiT,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Balliol 
"William  Gresley,  M.A.,  sometime  Stu- 
dent of  Ch.  Ch. 

1837. 

Act  Term. 

Samuel  Wilberforce,  M.A.,  Oriel,  vice 
Gleig. 

1837. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Charles  Parr  Burney,  D.D.,  Merton 
Rich.  Michell,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln 
Henry  Bull,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
James  Beaven,  M.A.,  St.  Edmund  Hall 
Charles  Page  Eden,  M.A.,  Fellow  of 
Oriel. 

1838. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Philip   Nicholas  Shuttleworth,  D.D., 

Warden  of  New  College 
Lancelot  Arthur  Sharpe,  B.D.,  Fellow 

of  St.  John's 
Charles  Abel  Heurtley,  B.D.,  Fellow 

of  Corpus 

Charles  Dayman,  M.A.,  Exeter 
John    Shuldham,   M.A.,    Student   of 

Ch.Ch. 


1839. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

Jos.  Loscombe  Richards,  D.D.,  Rector 
of  Exeter,  vice  Burney 

George   Chandler,    D.C.L.,   sometime 
Fellow  of  New  College 

Ernest    Hawkins,    B.D.,    Fellow    of 
Exeter 

George  R.  Gleig,  M.A.,  Balliol 

John  Ryle  Wood,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

Robert  William  Browne,  M.A.,  some- 
time Fellow  of  St.  John's. 

1840. 

Act  Term. 

William  Fisher  Audland,  M.A.,  Fellow 
of  Queen's,  vice  Shuttleworth. 

1840. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Richard  Lynch  Cotton,  D.D.,  Provcst 

of  Worcester 

Robert  Walker,  M.A.,  Wadham 
William  John  Chesshyre,  MA.,  Balliol 
Thos.  Tyssen  Bazely,  M.A.,  Brasenose 
William  Cureton,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1841. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

David  Williams,    D.C.L.,  Warden  of 
New  College 

Francis  Knyvett  Leighton,  M.A.,  Fel- 
low of  All  Souls 

Henry  Edward  Manning,  M.A.,  Merton 

Thomas  Legh  Claughton,  M.A.,  Fellow 
of  Trinity 

Herbert  Kynaston,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1842. 

Michaelmas   Term. 
William   Jacobson,   M.A.,   Magdalen 

Hall,  vice  Leighton 
Edward   Hawkins,   D.D.,    Provost    of 

Oriel 

William  Vaux,  B.D.,  Balliol 
Henry  Bristow  Wilson,  B.D.,  Fellow 

of  St.  John's 
Henry  George  Liddell,  M.A.,  Student 

ofCh.Ch. 
Henry  O.  Coxe,  M.A.,  Worcester. 

1843. 
Michaelmas  Term. 

James  Garbett,  M.A.,  Brasenose,  vice 
Vaux 

Archibald    Campbell    Tait,    D.C.L., 
Balliol 

Augustus  Short,  M.A..,  Ch.  Ch. 

Francis  Knyvett  Leighton,  M.A.,  All 
Souls 

Edward    Cockey,    M.A.,    Fellow    of 
Wadham 

Piers  Calyerley  Claughton,  M.A.,  Fel- 
low of  University. 


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1844. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
George  Ferris  Whidborne  Mortimer, 

D.I).,  Queen's 

Charles  Atmore  Ogilvie,  D.D.,  Balliol 
Augustus  Page  Saunders,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Samuel  Wilberforce,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Thomas  Johnson  Ormerod,  M.A.,Brase- 
nose. 

1845. 

Easter  Term. 

Francis  Jeune,  D.C.L.,  Master  of  Pem- 
broke, vice  Short. 

1845. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Charles  Baring,   M.A.,  Ch.  Ch.,   vice 

Wilberforce 
Arthur  Penrhyn  Stanley,  M.A.,  Fellow 

of  University,  vice  Saunders 
John  Jackson,  M.A.,  Pembroke 
James   Eoyden   Hughes,   M.A.,  New 

College 

Charles  Browne  Dalton,  M.A.,Wadham 
Samuel  Waldegrave,  M.A.,  All  Souls 
Edward  Meyrick  Goulbum,  M.A.,  Fel- 
low of  Merton. 

1846. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Charles  Williams,  B.D.,  Jesus 
Robert  Hussey,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
John  Douglas  Giles,  M.A.,  Corpus 
Hen.  Blackstone  Williams,  M.A.,  New 

College 

Edward  Halifax  Hansell,  B.D.,  Fellow 
of  Magdalen. 

1847. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Henry  Wellesley,  D.D.,   Principal  of 

New  Inn  Hall 

Robert  Walker,  M.A.,  Wadham 
James  Garbett,  M.A.,  Brasenose 
Henry  George  Liddell,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
George  Charles  Hall,  M.A.,  Magdalen. 

1848. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Richard  Harington,  D.D.,  Principal  of 

Brasenose 
Henry  Spencer  Slight,  B.D.,  Fellow  of 

Corpus 

John  Ernest  Bode,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Frederick  D.  Maurice,  M.A.,  Exeter 
William    Thomson,  M.A.,  Fellow   of 

Queen's. 

1849. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Osbome  Gordon,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Robert  Isaac  Wilberforce,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Benjamin  Jowett,  M.A.,  Balliol 
John  Gibbons  Longueville,  M.A.,Wad- 

ham 

Robert  Wheeler  Bush,  M.  A.,  Worcester 
James  Augustus  Hessey,  D.C.L.,  St. 

John's,  vice  Garbett. 


1850. 

Easter  Term. 

Piers  Calverley  Claughton,  M.A.,  Uni- 
versity, vice  Longueville. 

1850. 

'Michaelmas  Term. 

Richard  Charles  Coxe,M.A.,Worcester 
John  Griffiths,  M.A.,  Wadham 
Thomas  Legh  Claughton,  M.  A., Trinity 
John  Jackson,  M.A.,  Pembroke 
Edward  C.  Woollcombe,  M.A.,  Balliol. 

1851. 

Michaelmas  Term. 

Charles  Abel  Heurtley,  B.D.,  Corpus 
William  Beadon   Heathcote,    B.C.L., 

Fellow  of  New  College 
James  Eraser,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 
Edward  Stokes,  M.A.,  Student  of  Ch. 

Ch. 

Edward  Hayes  Plumptre,  M.A.,  Brase- 
nose. 

1852. 

Michaelmas  Term. 

Anthony  Grant,  D.C.L.,  New  College 
William  Sewell,  B.D.,  Fellow  of  Exeter 
Charles  Baring,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Robert  Scott,  M.A.,  Balliol 
Edward  Monro,  M.A.,  Oriel. 

1853. 

Lent  Term. 

John    Barrow,    M.A.,    Queen's,   vice 
Heathcote. 

1853. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Joseph    Esmond    Riddle,    M.A.,   St. 

Edmund  Hall,  vice  Barrow 
Charles  P.    Eden,  M.A.,    Oriel,   vice 
Monro. 

1854. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
S.  Wilberforce,  D.D.,  Oriel,  Bishop  of 

Oxford 

George  Andrew  Jacob,  D.D.,  Worcester 
Thomas  D.  Bernard,  M.A.,  Exeter 
William  C.  Lake,  M.A.,  Balliol 
Charles  R.  Conybeare,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1855. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
William  Edward  Jelf,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
William  Andrew,  M.A.,  Worcester 
Frederick  Meyrick,  M.A.,  Trinity 
John  G.  Sheppard,  M.A.,  Wadham 
John  L.  Hoskyns,  M.A.  Magdalen. 

1856. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Edward   Meyrick   Goulbum,   D.C.L., 

Mertpn 
Stephen  Jordan  Rigaud,  D.D.,  Exeter 


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SELECT   PREACHERS. 


William  Thomson,  M.A.,  Provost  of 

Queen's 

John  Barclay,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
William  Harrison,  M.A.,  Brasenose. 

1857. 

Michaelmas  Term. 
Walter  Kerr  Hamilton,  D.D.,  Merton, 

Bishop  of  Salisbury 
Edward  H.  Cradock,  D.D.,  Principal  of 

Brasenose 
Adam  Storey  Farrar,  M.A.,  Fellow  of 

Queen's 
George  H.   Curteis,  M.A.,  Fellow  of 

Exeter 
Frederick  Temple,  M.A.,  Balliol. 

1858. 

Walter  Farquhar  Hook,  D  D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
George  Moberly,  D.C.L.,  Balliol 
Charles  Williams,  B.D.,  Principal  of 

Jesus 
Henry  B.  Whitaker   Churton,   M.A., 

Brasenose 
Edward  W.  Tufnell,  M.A.,  Fellow  of 

Wadham. 

1859. 

Francis  Knyvett  Leighton,  D.D.,  War- 
den of  All  Souls 

James  Shergold  Boone,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

William  Hedley,  Fellow  of  University 

Charles  Peter  Chretien,  M.A.,  Fellow 
of  Oriel. 

William  Ince,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1860. 

Drummond  Percy  Chase,  M.A.,  Prin- 
cipal of  St.  Mary  Hall 

Henry  Longueville  Mansel,  B.D.,  St. 
John's 

Eobert  Gandell,  M.A.,  Magdalen  Hall 

William  Basil  Tickell  Jones,  M.A., 
University 

John  W.  Burgon,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1860. 

SamuelWilberforce,D.D.,Oriel,Bishop 
of  Oxford,  vice  Gandell. 

1861. 
Yen.  Archdeacon  Grant,  D.C.L.,  New 

College 

Edward  Arthur  Litton,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Edward  Garbett,  M.A.,  Pembroke 
Thos.  Dehaney  Bernard,  M.A.,  Exeter 
Benjamin  Charles  Caffin,  M.A.,  Fellow 

of  Worcester. 

1861. 

James  Fraser,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel, 
•vice  Grant. 

1862. 

John  Jackson,  D.D.,  Pembroke,  Bishop 
of  Lincoln 


Osbome    Gordon,    B.D.,   Student  of 

ChCh. 

Arthur  West  Haddan,  B.D.,  Trinity 
James  Riddell,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Balliol 
Walter  W.  Shirley,  M.A.,  Wadham. 

1862. 

George  William  Kitchin,  M.A.,  Stu- 
dent of  Ch.  Ch.,  vice  Gordon. 

1863. 

George  Moberly,  D.C.L.,  Balliol 
Thomas  L.  Claughton,  M.A.,  Trinity 
John  R.   T.  Eaton,  M.A.,    Fellow  of 

Merton 
Henry  Parry  Liddon.  M.A.,  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. 
George  Ridding,  M.A.,  Exeter. 

1864. 

Edward  M.  Goulburn,  D.D.,  Merton 
William     Thomson,   D.D.,    sometime 

Provost  of  Queen's,  Archbishop  of 

York 

Henry  A.  Woodgate,  B.D.,  St.  John's 
Thomas  E.  Espin,  B.D.,  Lincoln 
Edward  H.  Plumptre,  M.A.,  Brasenose. 

1865. 

William  Kay,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Lincoln 
Edward  Churton,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Frederick  Meyrick,  M.A.,  Trinity 
Henry  Walford,  M.A.,  Wadham 
Edwin  Palmer,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Balliol. 

1866. 

John  Jackson,  D.D.,  Pembroke,  Bishop 
of  Lincoln 

Richard  W.  Church,  M.A.,  sometime 
Fellow  of  Oriel 

William  Basil  T.  Jones,  M.A.,  some- 
time Fellow  of  University 

George  H.  Curteis,  M.A.,  sometime 
Fellow  of  Exeter 

Edward  C.  Wickham,  M.A.,  Fellow  of 
New  College. 

1867. 

John  Cole  Miller,  D.D.,  Lincoln 
Robert  Gregory,  M.A.,  Corpus 
Samuel  Joseph  Hulme,  M.A.,  some- 
time Fellow  of  Wadham 
George  Charles  Bell,  M.A.,  Fellow  of 

Worcester 

John  Richard  Magrath,  M.A.,  Fellow 
of  Queen's. 

1868. 

Samuel  Wilberforce,  D.D.,  Oriel, 
Bishop  of  Oxford 

Thomas  Legh  Claughton,  D.D.,Trinity, 
Bishop  of  Rochester 

Wharton  Booth  Marriott,  M.A.,  some- 
time Fellow  of  Exeter 

Charles  Waldegrave  Sandford,  M.A., 
Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

WilliamWalsham  How  M.A.,  Wadham. 


SELECT   PREACHERS. 


137 


1869. 
William    Jacobson,    D.D.,   Ch.    Ch., 

Bishop  of  Chester 
Jlciny  I,.  Mansel,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch.,  Dean 

of  St.  Paul's 
James  Bowling  Mozley,  B.D.,  sometime 

Fellow  of  Magdalen 
Alfred  Blomfield,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  All 

Souls 
Charles  Martin,  M.A.,  Senior  Student 

ofCh.Ch. 

1870. 

William  Stubbs,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel, 
vice  Jacobson. 

1870. 

William  Alexander,  D.D.,  Brasenose, 
Bishop  of  Derry  and  Raphoe 

Adam  Storey  Farrar,  D.D.,  sometime 
Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's 

John  Fielder  Mackarness,  D.D.,  some- 
time Fellow  of  Exeter,  Bishop  of 
Oxford 

Henry  Parry  Liddon,  D.D.,  Student  of 
Ch.  Ch. 

William  Ince,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

1871. 
James  Fraser,  D.D.,  Oriel,  Bishop  of 

Manchester 
HenryMackenzie,Hon.D.D.,Pembroke, 

Suffragan  Bishop  of  Nottingham 
Edw.  Meyrick  Goulburn,  D.D.  Merton 
Edward    Paroissien     Eddrup,     M.A., 

Wadham 
George  William  Kitchin,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch- 

1872. 
Frederick     Temple,     D.D.,     Balliol, 

Bishop  of  Exeter 
John   Mitchinson,  D.C.L.,   Fellow  of 

Pembroke 

Henry  Harris,  B.D.,  Magdalen 
Edward  Hayes  Plumptre,  M.A.  Brase- 

William  Wolfe  Capes,  M.A.,  Queen's. 

1873. 

Charles  John  Vaughan,  D.D.,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge,  vice  Goulburn. 

1873. 
Harvey  Goodwin,  D.D.,  Caius  College, 

Cambridge,  Bishop  of  Carlisle 
Arthur  Penrhyn  Stanley,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 
Edwin  Palmer,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Corpus 
John  Earle,  M.A.,  Oriel 
Thomas    Fowler,    M.A.,     Fellow    of 

Lincoln. 

1874. 

Robert  Scott,  D.D.,  Balliol 
Joseph  Barber  Lightfoot,  D.D.,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge 


George  Granyille  Bradley,  M.  A. ,  Master 
of  University 

John  Charles  Ryle,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
George  Herbert  Curteis,  M.A.,  Exeter 
Edward  Stuart  Talbot,  M.A.,  Warden 
of  Keble,  vice  Mitchinson. 

1875. 

Mandell  Creighton,  M.A.,  sometime 
Fellow  of  Merton,  vice  Ryle. 

1875. 

Edward  White  Benson,  D.D.,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge 

Edmund  Salusbury  Ffoulkes,  B.D., 
Jesus 

Frederick  Meyrick,  M.A.,  Trinity 

Henry  Lewis  Thompson,  M.A.,  Stu- 
dent of  Ch.  Ch. 

Charles  Pritchard,  M.A.,  New  College. 

1876. 
William  Basil  Jones,  D.D., University, 

Bishop  of  St.  David's 
Charles  John  Vaughan,  D.D.,  Trinity 

College,  Cambridge 
Richard  William  Church,  M.A.,  Oriel 
William  Ince,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter 
John  Wordsworth,  M.A.,  Brasenose 

1877. 
James  Fraser,  D.D.,  Oriel,  Bishop  of 

Manchester 
George  Salmon,  D.D.,  Trinity  College, 

Dublin;  Hon.  D.C.L. 
John  William  Burgon,  B.D.,  Oriel 
Henry    Parry    Liddon,    D.D.,     Hon. 

D.C.L.,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
Edwin  Abbott  Abbott,  D.D.,  St.  John's 

College,  Cambridge. 

1878. 
Anthony     Wilson      Thorold,     D.D., 

Queen's,  Bishop  of  Rochester 
Brooke  Foss  Westcott,  D.D.,  Trinity 

College,  Cambridge 
Henry  Montagu  Butler,  D.D.,  Trinity 

College,  Cambridge 
Hon.  William  Henry  Fremantle,  M.A., 

All  Souls 
William  Walter  Merry,  M.A.,  Fellow 

of  Lincoln. 

1879. 
Edwin   Hamilton    Gifford,   D.D.,    St. 

John's  College,  Canibridge 
Henry     Boyd,     D.D.,     Principal     of 

Hertford 

John  Charles  Ryle,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
George     Howard     Wilkinson,     M.A., 

Oriel 
Henry  Scott   Holland,   M.A.,   Senior 

Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


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BAMPTON   LECTURES. 


1880. 

William  Connor  Magee.  D.D.,  Trinity 
College,  Dublin,  Bishop  of  Peter- 
borough 

Charles  Parsons  Reichel,  D.D.,  Trinity 
College,  Dublin. 

John  Hannah,  D.C.L.,  sometime  Fel- 
low of  Lincoln,  vice  Gifford 

Henry  Wace,  M.A.,  Brasenose 

William  Walrond  Jackson,  M.A.,  Fel- 
low of  Exeter 

Edward  Lee  Hicks,  M.A.,  Corpus. 


1881. 

John  Gibson  Cazenove,  D.D.,Brasenose 
George     Frederick     Maclear,     D.D., 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge 


Richard  William  Church,  M.A.,  Hon. 
D.C.L.,  Oriel 

Peter  Goldsmith  Medd,  M.A.,  Uni- 
versity 

John  Percival,  M.A.,  President  of 
Trinity. 

1882. 
William  Alexander,  D.D. ,  Hon.  D.C.L. , 

Brasenose,    Bishop    of    Deny    and 

Raphoe 
Thomas     Dehaney    Bernard,     M.A., 

Exeter 
John  Llewellyn  Davies,  M.A.,  Trinity 

College,  Cambridge 
Robert     Baker     Girdlestone,     M.A., 

Ch.  Ch. 
John   Richardson   Illingworth,  M.A., 

Fellow  of  Jesus. 


BAMPTON  LECTUKES. 

In  pursuance  of  the  Will  of  the  Eev.  John  Bampton,  M.A.,  some- 
time of  Trinity  College,  Canon  of  Salisbury,  "  Eight  Divinity  Lecture 
'  Sermons  "  are  preached  on  as  many  Sunday  mornings  in  Term,  "  be- 
'  tween  the  commencement  of  the  last  month  in  Lent  Term  and  the 
1  end  of  the  third  week  in  Act  Term,  upon  either  of  the  following 
'  subjects :  to  confirm  and  establish  the  Christian  Faith,  and  to  confute 
'  all  heretics  and  schismatics — upon  the  divine  authority  of  the  Holy 
'  Scriptures — upon  the  authority  of  the  writings  of  the  primitive  Fathers, 
'  as  to  the  Faith  and  Practice  of  the  primitive  Church — upon  the  Di- 
'  vinity  of  our  Lord  and  Saviour  Jesus  Christ — upon  the  Divinity  of 
'  the  Holy  Ghost — upon  the  Articles  of  the  Christian  Faith,  as  com- 
'  prehended  in  the  Apostles'  and  Nicene  Creeds." 

The  Lecturer,  who  must  be  at  least  a  Master  of  Arts  of  Oxford  or 
Cambridge,  is  chosen  yearly  by  the  Heads  of  Colleges  on  the  fourth 
Tuesday  in  Easter  Term.  No  one  can  be  chosen  a  second  time. 

Thirty  copies  of  the  Sermons  are  to  be  always  printed  within  two 
months  after  they  are  preached,  and  one  copy  is  to  be  given  to  the 
Chancellor  of  the  University,  one  to  the  Head  of  every  College,  and 
one  to  the  Mayor  of  Oxford,  and  one  is  to  be  put  into  the  Bodleian 
Library ;  and  the  Preacher  is  not  entitled  to  the  revenue  of  the  endow- 
ment before  they  are  printed. 

The  Founder  died  in  1751,  but  his  bequest  did  not  take  effect  until 
1779,  in  which  year  the  first  Lecturer  was  chosen.  The  estate  provided 
for  the  endowment  now  produces  ,£200  to  each  Lecturer. 


Lecturers. 


1780  James  Bandinel,  D.D.,  Jesus 

1781  Timothy  Neve,  D.D.,  Merton 

1782  Robt.  Holmes,  M.A.,  New  College 

1783  John  Cobb,  D.D.,  St.  John's 

1784  Joseph  White,  B.D.,  Wadham 

1785  Ralph  Churton,  M.A.,  Brasenose 


1786  George  Croft,  D.D.,  University 

1787  Wm.  Hawkins,  M.A.,  Pembroke 

1788  Richard  Shepherd,  D  D.,  Corpus 

1789  Edward  Tatham,  D.D.,  Lincoln 

1790  Henry  Kett,  M.A.,  Trinity 

1791  Robert  Morres,  M.A.,  Brasenose  ' 


BAMPTON   LECTURES. 


139 


1792  John  Eveleigh,  D.D.  Provost  of 

Oriel 

1793  James  Williamson,  B.D.,  Queen's 

1794  Thomas  Wintle,  B.D.,  Pembroke 

1795  Daniel  Veysie,  B.D.,  Oriel 

1796  Robert  Gray,  M.A.,  St.  Mary  Hall 

1797  Wm.  Finch,  D.C.L.,  St.  John's 

1798  Chas.  Henry  Hall,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1799  William  Barrow,  D.C.L.,  Queen's 
180(3  George  Richards,  M.A.,  Oriel 

1801  Geo.  Stanley  Faber.M.  A.,  Lincoln 

1802  George  Frederick  Nott,  B.D.,  All 

Souls 

1803  John  Fairer,  M.A.,  Queen's 

1804  Rd.  Laurence,  D.C.L.,  University 

1805  Edward  Nares,  M.A.,  Merton 

1806  John  Browne,  M.A.,  Corpus 

1807  Thomas  Le  Mesurier,  M.A.,  New 

College 

1808  John  Penrose,  M.A.,  Corpus 

1809  John  B.  S.  Carwithen,  M.A.,  St. 

Mary  Hall 

1810  Thomas  Falconer,  M.A.,  Corpus 

1811  John  Bidlake,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1812  Richard  Mant,  M.A.,  Oriel 

1813  John  Collinson,  M.A.,  Queen's 

1814  Wm.  Van  Mildert,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1815  Reginald  Heber,  M.A.,  All  Souls 

1816  John  Hume  Spry,  M.A.,  Oriel 

1817  John  Miller,  M.A.,  Worcester 

1818  Chas.  A.  Moysey,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1819  Hector  D.  Morgan,  M.A.,  Trinity 

1820  Godfrey Fauf=sett,M.  A.,  Magdalen 

1821  John  Jones,  M.A.,  Jesus 

1822  Richard  Whately,  M.A.,  Oriel 

1823  Charles  Goddard,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1824  John  Josias  Conybeare,  M.A.,  Ch. 

Ch. 

1825  George   Chandler,  D.C.L.,   New 

College 

1826  William  Vaux,  B.D.,  Balliol 

1827  Hy.Hart Milman,M.A.,Brasenose 

1828  Thomas  Home,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1829  Edward  Burton,  D.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1830  Henry  Soames,  M.A.,  W'adham 

1831  Thomas  Wrm.    Lancaster,   M.A., 

Queen's 

1832  Renn  Dickson  Hampden,  M.A., 

Oriel 

1833  Frederick  Nolan,  D.C.L.,  Exeter 

1834  No  appointment 

1835  No  appointment 

1836  Charles  A.  Ogilvie,  M.A.,  Balliol 

1837  Thomas  S.  L.  Vogan,  M.A.,  St. 

Edmund  Hall 

1838  Hy.  A.  Woodgate,  B.D.,  St.  John's 

1839  Wm.  D.  Conybeare,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1840  Edward  Hawkins,  D.D.,  Provost 

of  Oriel 


1841  Samuel  Wilberforce,  M.A.,  Oriel1 

1842  James  Garbett,  M.A.,  Brasenose 

1843  Anthony  Grant,  D.C.K.New  Coll. 

1844  Richard    William    Jelf,    D.D., 

Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1845  Chas.  Abel  Heurtley,  B.D.,  Corpus 

1846  Augustus  Short,  M.A ,  Ch.  Ch. 

1847  W.  A.  Shirley,  D.D.,  New  College, 

Bishop  of  Sodor  and  Man 2 

1848  Edward  G.  Marsh,  MA.,  Oriel 

1849  Richard  Michell,  B.D.,  Lincoln 

1850  Edw.  M. Goulbourn,  M.A.,  Merton 

1851  Henry  B.  Wilson,  B  D.,  St.  John's 

1852  Joseph  E.  Riddle,  M.A.,  St.  Ed- 

mund Hall 

1853  Wm.  Thomson,  M.A.,  Queen's 

1854  Hon.  Samuel  Waldegrave,  M.A., 

All  Souls 

1855  John  E.  Bode,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1856  Edward  A.  Litton,  M.A.,  Oriel 

1857  William  E.  Jelf,  B.D.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1858  Henry  L.  Mansel,  B.D.,  St.  John's 

1859  George  Rawlinson,  M.A.,  Exeter 

1860  Jas.  A.  Hessey,  D.C.L.,  St.  John's 

1861  John  Sandford,  B.D.,  Balliol 

1862  Adam     Storey     Farrar,     M.A., 

Queen's 

1863  John  Hannah,  D.C.L.,  Lincoln 

1864  Thos.  D.  Bernard,  M.A.,  Exeter 

1865  James  B.  Mozley,  B.D.,  Magdalen 

1866  Hy.  Parry  Liddon,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

1867  Edward  Garbett,  M.A.,  Pembroke 

1868  George  Moberly,  D.C.L.,  Balliol 

1869  Robert  Payne  Smith,  D.D.,  Canon 

pfCh.  Ch. 

1870  WTm.  Josiah  Irons,  D.D.,  Queen's 

1871  George   Herbert   Curteis,    M.A, 

Exeter 

1872  JohnRichard  TurnerEaton,M.A., 

Merton 

1873  Isaac     Gregory     Smith,     M.A., 

Brasenose 

1874  Stanley  Leathes,  M.A.,  Jesus  Col- 

lege, Cambridge 

1875  Wm.  Jackson,  M.A.,  Worcester 

1876  W7m.  Alexander,  D.D.,  Brasenose 

1877  Charles   Adolphus   Row,   M.A., 

Pembroke 

1878  Charles  Henry  Hamilton  Weight, 

M.A.,  Exeter 

1879  Henry  Wace,  M.A.,  Brasenose 

1880  Edwin  Hatch,  M.A.,  Pembroke 

1881  JohnWordsworth,M.A.,Brasenose 

1882  Peter   Goldsmith   Medd,   M.A., 

University 

1883  HON.  WILLIAM  HENRY  FKEMAN- 

TLE,  M.  A.,  All  Souls  and  Balliol. 


1  Owing  to  a  domestic  calamity  no  Lectures  were  delivered  this  year. 

2  Bishop  Shirley  died  before  the  delivery  of  his  third  Lecture. 


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UNIVERSITY  SCHOLARSHIPS. 


CRAVEN  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

John  Lord  Craven  of  Eyton,  by  his  Will  dated  May  28, 1647,  directed 
that  "  out  of  the  yearly  rents  and  profits "  of  an  estate  purchased  by 
him  in  Sussex  ,£100  per  annum  should  "  be  raised  towards  the  main- 
tenance of  four  poor  Scholars,"  two  at  Oxford,  and  two  at  Cambridge, 
and  that  the  surplus  revenue  of  the  estate  should  "be  employed  and 
bestowed  for  and  towards  the  redemption  of  English  Christian  cap- 
tives, prisoners  in  Algiers  or  in  any  other  places  under  the  dominion 
of  the  Turk."  He  died  a  few  months  afterwards,  his  Executor  declined 
to  act,  and  in  December,  1648,  his  elder  brother  William  Lord  Craven 
of  Hampsted-Marshall,  (afterwards  created  Earl  of  Craven,)  having 
been  appointed  Administrator,  drew  up  certain  regulations  for  the 
election  of  the  Scholars,  which  wrere  approved  by  Convocation  in  Octo- 
ber, 1649.  Those  regulations,  agreeably  to  the  Founder's  desire,  allowed 
a  preference  in  all  cases  to  persons  of  his  "  kindred  or  name,"  but 
otherwise  the  Scholarships  were  awarded  after  an  examination  in  classi- 
cal learning,  in  which  no  Graduate  could  be  a  Candidate,  nor  any 
Fellow  or  Scholar  of  a  College.  Each  Scholarship  was  tenable  for 
fourteen  years  from  matriculation,  or  until  the  Scholar  attained  to  some 
"  preferment  of  a  double  value."  The  electors  were  the  Vice-Chancellor, 
the  Begins  Professors,  and  the  Public  Orator. 

In  1661,  William  Lord  Craven,  with  the  consent  of  both  Universities, 
transferred  the  estate,  subject  to  the  trusts  created  by  his  brother's  will, 
to  a  body  of  Trustees,  whose  successors  now  hold  it. 

In  March,  1839,  it  was  determined  by  the  Court  of  Chancery  that 
the  second  part  of  the  trust  had  come  to  an  end  from  want  of  objects, 
and  a  Decree  was  made  increasing  the  number  of  Scholars  from  four 
to  ten,  five  for  each  University,  and  assigning  to  each  Scholar  an 
annual  stipend  of  ,£50  for  seven  years  from  his  election.  Subsequently, 
the  rents  of  the  estate  having  improved,  the  stipends  were  increased 
to  £75.  And  by  a  Decree  of  the  Court  of  Chancery,  together  with  a 
Statute  of  the  University  approved  by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1858, 
the  Foundation  for  Oxford,  and  the  regulations  concerning  it,  are  now 
as  follow. 

The  Scholarships  are  six  in  number,  tenable  for  three  years,  with 
stipends  of  £80  a-year  each.  Two  Scholars  are  elected  every  year  in 
Act  Term.  Candidates  must  have  passed  the  Second  Public  Exami- 
nation in  one  School  at  least,  and  must  not  have  exceeded  the  twenty- 
fourth  Term  from  their  matriculation.  The  election  is  made,  after  an 


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examination  in  Greek  and  Latin  scholarship,  by  three  Examiners,  whom 
the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Eegius  Professors,  the  Professors  of  Ancient 
History  and  of  Latin,  and  the  Public  Orator  are  to  appoint,  either 
from  among  themselves,  or  from  others  who  are  at  least  Masters  of 
Arts  or  Bachelors  of  Civil  Law  or  Medicine. 

Scholars. 

N.B.     The  Register  is  very  defective  before  the  year  1776. 
An  asterisk  denotes  the  Founder's  "  kindred,  or  name." 

1726  Edward  Bentham,  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  afterwards  Eegius  Professor  of 

Divinity 

1726  ?  *John  Craven,  Ch.  Ch. 
1738  ""Humphrey  Perrott,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

*  *  *  *  * 

1754  ?  *Edward  Whitmore,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1762?  William  ?  Woodward,  Merton  ? 

1764  ?  Thomas  ?  Whitchurch,  Ch.  Ch.  ? 

1776  Thomas  Portal,  Hertford 

1776  Charles  Sawkins,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 

1776  Eichard  Twopeny,  Oriel ;  Fellow 

1780  Thomas  Bancroft,  Brasenose 

1784  Samuel  Perrot  Parker,  Trinity;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1793  Charles  Collins,  Ch.  Ch. 

1798  John  Davison,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1802  *Eobert  Henry  Johnson,  Brasenose 

1806  *Charles  John  Craven,  St.  John's 

1807  *Charles  Thomas  Johnson,  Brasenose 
1811  *Fulwar  William  Fowle,  Merton 

1817  *James  Edward  Austen,  Exeter ;  afterwards  J.  E.  Austen-Leigh 

1817  James  Shergold  Boone,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 

1822  *Edward  Ness,  St.  Mary  Hall 

1822  *Henry  Edward  Vaux,  Exeter 

1822  John  Parry,  Brasenose 

1829  *William  Henry  Johnson,  Worcester 

1829  John  Thomas,  Wadham ;  Scholar  of  Trinity 

1829  Frederic  Eogers,  Oriel ;  Fellow  ;  afterwards  Lord  Blachford 

1830  Eobert  Scott,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student ;  afterwards  Master  of  Balliol,  and  Professor 

of  Exegesis 

1830  *George  Vansittart  Craven,  Exeter 
1833  John  Adams,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 

1835  Alfred  Wallis  Street,  Magdalen  Hall 

1836  William  Linwood,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 

1836  John  Chp.rles  Eyle,  Ch.  Ch. 

1837  George  Marshall,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 
1839  *Charles  Augustus  Johnson,  Brasenose 

1841  John  Henry  Latham,  Brasenose 

1842  *John  Walter  Wiltshire,  Trinity 

1843  *Williaiu  Henry  Fowle,  Trinity 

1843  John  Edward  Tweed,  Ch.  Ch. 

1844  George  Osborne  Morgan,  Balliol;  afterwards  Stowell  Fellow  of  University 
1847  *Thomas  Philip  Craven,  Worcester 

1849  *Charlee  Dacre  Craven,  Lincoln 

1850  *Dacre  Craven,  St.  John's 

1851  George  Bidding,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Exeter 
1851  *Charles  Edward  Austen-Leigh,  Balliol 

1853  David  William  Bernard,  Merton 

1854  Charles  Griffith,  Wadham 

1854  Frederick  Butler  M.  Montgomerie,  Balliol 

1857  *Ai-thur  Henry  Austen-Leigh,  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1858  *Herbert  Craven,  Pembroke 

1861  Eobert  S.  Wright,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

Henry  Nettleship,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  Lincoln 


142  UNIVERSITY  SCHOLAESHIPS. 

1862  James  Bryce,  Fellow  of  Oriel  i 
George  A.  Simcox,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  Queen's  f 

1863  No  vacancies 

1864  John  Purves,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Balliol 

Courtenay  Peregrine  Ilbert,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1865  John  E.  Lancelot  Shadwell,  Junior,  afterwards  Senior,  Student  1 

ofCh.  Ch.  [Equal. 

William  Henry  Simcox,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1866  Edward  Russell  Bernard,  Exeter ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
Harman  Chaloner  Ogle,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1867  John  Wordsworth,  New  College  ;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 
Edward  Lee  Hicks,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1868  Robert  Colley  L.  Dear,  Fellow  of  Merton 
John  Gent,  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  Trinity 

1869  William  Wallace,  Fellow  of  Merton 

George  Nutt,  Scholar  of  New  College ;  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1870  Walter  Lock,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
Richard  Lewis  Nettleship,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1871  Robert  Lewis  Clarke,  Fellow  of  Queen's 
Charles  Thomas  Cruttwell,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1872  Francis  David  Morice,  Fellow  of  Queen's 
Henry  Montagu  Randall  Pope,  Fellow  of  Lincoln 

1873  William  Henry  Forbes,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 
Alfred  Goodwin,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1874  Herbert  Henry  Asquith,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol  \  ™       7 
Henry  Broadbent,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Exeter  J  J!^ueu • 

1875  Thomas  Collins  Snow,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's 
George  Rodney  Scott,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1876  James  Somerville  Lockhart,  Fellow  of  Hertford 

John  Henry  Onions,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1877  Alfred  Milner,  Fellow  of  New  College  »  v      7 
Francis  Peacock  Simpson,  Balliol        f  ^uaL 

1878  Henry  Francis  George  Bramwell,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
Thomas  Herbert  Warren,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1879  Arthur  Elam  Haigh,  Fellow  of  Hertford 

Robert  Lawrence  Ottley,  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1880  Alfred  Denis  Godley,  Balliol 
Walter  Scott,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1881  David  Samuel  Margoliouth,  Fellow  of  New  College 

Charles  Ash  worth  James,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1882  John  William  Mackail,  Exhibitioner,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 
Albert  Curtis  Clark,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1883  WALLACE  MARTEN  LINDSAY,  Fellow  of  Jesus 
WILLIAM  YORKE  FAUSSET,  sometime  Scholar  of  Balliol. 

RADCLLFFE'S  TRAVELLING  FELLOWSHIPS. 

Dr.  Radcliffe,  the  Founder  of  the  Library  which  bears  his  name, 
bequeathed  to  University  College  an  estate  in  Yorkshire  charged  with 
the  payment  of  ,£600  per  annum  to  "  two  persons,  to  be  chosen  out  of 
"  the  University  of  Oxford,  when  they  are  Masters  of  Arts  and  entered 
"  on  the  Physic  line,  for  the  maintenance  of  the  said  two  persons  for 
"  the  space  of  ten  years,  and  no  longer,  the  half  of  which  time  at  least 
"  they  are  to  travel  in  parts  beyond  sea  for  their  better  improvement ;" 
and  he  provided  them  with  chambers  in  that  College.  The  first  two 
Fellows  were  elected  in  July,  1715,  less  than  nine  months  after  the 
death  of  the  Founder. 

By  an  Ordinance  of  the  University  Commissioners  under  the  Act  of 
1854,  instead  of  two  Fellowships  with  stipends  of  £300  a-year  each  for 
ten  years,  there  are  now  three  Fellowships,  each  of  the  annual  value  of 


VINERIAN   SCHOLARSHIPS.  143 

£200,  and  tenable  for  three  years  only.  Candidates  need  not  be  Mas- 
ters of  Arts  or  entered  on  the  Physic  line,  but  they  must  have  passed 
all  the  Examinations  required  for  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts,  and 
must  either  have  been  placed  in  the  First  Class  in  one  at  least  of  the 
Public  Examinations  of  the  University,  or  have  obtained  some  Univer- 
sity Prize  or  Scholarship  open  to  general  competition.  Each  Candidate 
must  declare  that  he  intends  to  graduate  in  Medicine  in  the  University 
of  Oxford  with  the  view  of  engaging  in  the  practice  of  Medicine,  and 
to  travel  abroad  with  a  view  to  his  improvement  in  that  study  ;  and  no 
one  is  to  be  elected  who  is  legally  authorised  to  practise  as  a  Physician. 
But  in  case  no  person  willing  to  make  such  a  declaration  shall  offer 
himself  as  a  Candidate,  or  no  person  of  sufficient  merit  for  election,  the 
Fellowship  then  vacant  is  to  be  thrown  open  to  all  persons  who  have 
been  placed  in  the  First  Class  in  the  School  of  Natural  Science,  whether 
authorised  to  practise  or  not,  and  the  person  then  elected  is  not  to  be 
required  to  make  such  declaration. 

Candidates  are  to  be  examined  in  such  subjects  connected  with 
Medical  Science,  and  by  such  official  persons  in  Oxford,  as  the  Electors 
shall  appoint. 

The  Electors  are  the  same  as  for  Eadcliffe's  Librarian,  (see  ante, 
page  123). 

A  Fellow  forfeits  his  Fellowship  by  spending  more  than  eighteen 
months  within  the  United  Kingdom. 

Fellows  elected  under  the  Ordinance. 

1859  Henry  Matthews  Tuckwell,  Lincoln 

1860  Reginald  Southey,  Ch.  Ch. 

1862  Francis  Valentine  Paxton,  Ch.  Ch. 

1863  Frederick  C.  Griffith  Griffin,  Lincoln 

1864  Augustus  Beauchamp  Northcote,  Queen's 

1865  Joseph  Frank  Payne,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1866  Charles  Coleridge  Pode,  Exeter 

1867  William  Henry  Corfleld,  Fellow  of  Pembroke 

1868  Edward  Isaac  Sparks,  Corpus 

1869  Henry  Nottidge  Moseley,  Exeter ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Exeter ;  Linacre 

Professor  of  Human  and  Comparative  Anatomy ;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1870  Edwin  Ray  Lankester,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch ;  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1871  Arthur  Wigly  Bateman,  Magdalen 

1872  Francis  Henry  Champneys,  Brasenose 

1873  Seymour  John  Sharkey,  Jesus 

1874  Samuel  Hatch  West,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1875  Charles  William  Mansell  Moullin,  Fellow  of  Pembroke 

1876  Robert  Harold  Ainsworth  Schofield,  Lincoln 

1877  George  Coates,  Balliol 

1878  Percy  Kidd,  Balliol 

1879  Robert  Isherwood  Williamson,  Ch.  Ch. 

1880  William  Wansbrough  Jones,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1881  ALFRED  JASPER  ANDERSON,  Magdalen 

1882  JOSEPH  BALDAVIN  NIAS,  Exeter 

1883  GEORGE  ALFRED  BUCKMASTER,  Magdalen. 

VINEKIAN  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

These  have  their  endowment  from  the  same  Founder  as  the  Pro- 
fessorship of  English  Law.  Their  number,  and  the  amount  of  the 


144  UNIVERSITY  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

stipends  assigned  to  them,  liave  been  changed  from  time  to  time  by 
Convocation  according  to  the  state  of  the  Vinerian  fund,  which  now 
amounts  by  accumulations  to  upwards  of  ,£18,500  in  £3  per  cent. 
Consolidated  Annuities.  For  many  years  before  1854  there  were  two 
Fellows  and  five  Scholars,  each  elected  for  ten  years,  and  receiving 
stipends,  the  former  of  £50,  the  latter  of  £30,  a-year.  By  a  Statute 
made  in  1853  it  was  enacted  that  in  future  there  should  be  only  one 
Fellow,  elected  at  first  for  five  years,  but  capable  of  being  continued 
for  five  more,  with  an  annual  stipend  of  £100,  and  five  Scholars,  each 
elected  for  five  years,  with  an  annual  stipend  of  £35. 

A  new  Statute,  approved  by  the  Queen  in  Council  in  1867,  suppressed 
the  Fellowship,  and  ordained  that  henceforth  there  shall  be  three 
Scholars,  each  elected  for  three  years,  with  an  annual  stipend  of  £80. 
One  Scholar,  and  one  only,  is  to  be  elected  every  year  in  Lent  Term. 
Candidates  must  be  members  of  the  University  who  have  completed 
two  years  and  have  not  exceeded  six  years  from  their  matriculation. 

The  election  is  vested  in  a  board  consisting  of  the  Vice-Chancellor, 
all  the  Professors  of  Law,  and  the  Public  Examiners  in  the  School  of 
Jurisprudence ;  who  are  to  appoint  for  each  election  three  examiners, 
including  one  at  least  of  themselves.  The  subjects  of  examination  are 
the  Civil  Law,  International  Law,  General  Jurisprudence,  and  especially 
the  Law  of  England  both  public  and  private. 

Each  Scholar  is  to  satisfy  the  Vice-Chancellor  every  year  that  he 
belongs  to  one  of  the  Inns  of  Court,  or  at  least  that  he  is  bona  fide 
studying  English  Law. 

Scholars  elected  under  the  Statute  of  1853. 

1854  Frederick  William  Walker,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Corpus 

1858  Richard  Harington,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1859  Frederick  Phipps  Onslow,  Pembroke 

1860  William  Holding,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1861  James  Bryce,  Scholar  of  Trinity;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Oriel,  and  Regius 

Professor  of  Civil  Law 

1862  Charles  Isaac  Elton,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1863  Albert  Sidney  Chavasse,  sometime  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  University 

1864  Arthur  Dendy,  Balliol ;  Stowell  Fellow,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  University 

1865  Election  deferred  to  Lent  Term  1866 

1866  Henry  Hicks  Hocking,  St.  John's 

1867  Thomas  Pitts  Taswell-Langmead,  St.  Mary  Hall 

1868  Walter  George  Frank  Phillimore,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1869  Wolseley  Partridge  Emerton,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1870  Archibald  Brown,  Ch.  Ch. 

1871  Edmund  Robertson,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1872  Robert  Lloyd  Kenyon,  Ch.  Ch. 

1873  William  Ebenezer  Grigsby,  Balliol 

1874  Lewis  Boyd  Sebastian,  Exeter 

1875  Alfred  Hopkinson,  Sto\vell  Fellow  of  University 

1876  Frederick  Whinney,  Worcester 

1877  Archibald  Arthur  Prankerd,  Worcester 

1878  John  Greenwood  Shipman,  New  College 

1879  Harry  Duff,  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1880  George  Herbert  Stutfield,  University 

1881  [No  election] 

1882  PERCY  FERDINAND  WHEELER,  Oriel 

1883  WILLIAM  CAMERON  GULL,  Ch.  Ch. 


DEAN  IRELAND'S  SCHOLARSHIPS.  145 


DEAN  IRELAND'S  SCHOLAKSHIPS. 

Four  Scholarships  "for  the  promotion  of  Classical  learning  and  taste  " 
were  founded  in  the  year  1825  by  John  Ireland,  D.D.,  of  Oriel  College, 
Dean  of  Westminster,  the  same  munificent  person  who  became  after- 
wards by  his  Will  the  Founder  of  the  Professorship  of  Exegesis.  He  gave 
,£4000  in  £3  per  cent.  Consolidated  Annuities  for  their  endowment. 

One  Scholar,  and  one  only,  is  elected  every  year  in  Lent  Term. 
Candidates  must  be  "Undergraduate  Members  of  the  University  who 
have  not  exceeded  the  sixteenth  Term  from  their  matriculation. 

Each  Scholarship  is  tenable  for  four  years,  provided  the  Scholar 
keeps  by  residence  two  Terms  in  each  year. 

The  Examiners,  three  in  number,  who  must  be  at  least  Masters  of 
Arts  or  Bachelors  of  Civil  Law,  are  appointed  for  each  election  by  the 
Trustees  of  the  Foundation,  namely,  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  two 
Proctors,  the  Provost  of  Oriel,  and  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church. 

Scholars. 

1825  Herman  Merivale,  Scholar  of  Trinity;  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1826  Hassard  Hume  Dodgson,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1827  George  Henry  Sacheverell  Johnson,  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1828  Edward  Massie,  Wadham 

1829  Charles  William  Borrett,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1830  Peter  Samuel  Henry  Payne,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1831  Thomas  Brancker,  Scholar  of  Wadham 

1832  Roundell  Palmer,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1833  Robert  Scott,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Master  of  Balliol,  and  Professor 

of  Exegesis 

1834  Orlando  Haydon  Bridgeman  Hyman,  Scholar  of  Wadham 

1835  Osborne  Gordon,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1836  William  Linwood,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 

1837  Arthur  Penrhyn  Stanley,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  University, 

and  Regius  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical  History 

1838  Ralph  Robert  Wheeler  Lingen,  Scholar  of  Trinity;  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1839  James  Eraser,  Scholar  of  Lincoln ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1840  Edward  Kent  Karslake,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1841  James  Peers  Tweed,  Oades  Scholar  of  Pembroke ;  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1842  William  Basil  Tickell  Jones,  Scholar  of  Trinity;  Fellow  of  University 

1843  Edwin  Palmer,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol ;  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1844  John  Conington,  Demy  of  Magdalen ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  University,  and 

Professor  of  Latin 

1845  Goldwin  Smith,  Demy  of  Magdalen ;  afterwards  Stowell  Fellow  of  Univer- 

sity and  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History 

1846  Thomas  Ansell  Marshall,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

1847  Isaac  Gregory  Smith,  Scholar  of  Trinity;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1848  Henry  John  Stephen  Smith,  Scholar;  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol  .-and  of 

Corpus 

1849  Maurice  Day,  Scholar  of  University 

1850  Robert  Steward  Falcon,  Taberdar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Queen's 

1851  John  Young  Sargent,  Postmaster  of  Mertoh ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen ;  afterwards 

Fellow  of  Hertford 

1852  Robert  George  Wyndham  Herbert,  Scholar  of  Balliol;  afterwards  Fellow  of 

All  Soiils 

1853  Arthur  Gray  Butler,  Scholar  of  University ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1854  William  Lambert  Newman,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1855  Robinson  Ellis,  Scholar  of  Balliol;  Fellow  of  Trinity 

1856  Robert  Griffith,  Scholar  of  Wadham 


146  UNIVERSITY   SCHOLARSHIPS. 

1857  Charles  Synge  Christopher  Bowen,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1858  David  Binning  Monro,  Scholar  of  Balliol;  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Oriel 

1859  George  Rankine  Luke,  Balliol ;  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1860  Chaloner  William  Chute,  Balliol;  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1861  George  Augustus  Simcox,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1862  Courtenay  Peregrine  Ilbert,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1863  Harman  Chaloner  Ogle,  Demy,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Magdalen 

1864  John  Emilius  Lancelot  Shadwell,  Junior,  afterwards  Senior,  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. 

1865  Edward  Ross  Wharton,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Jesus 

1866  John  Gent,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Trinity 

1867  Richard  Lewis  Nettleship,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1868  Robert  Threshie  Reid,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1869  Robert  Lowes  Clarke,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1870  John  Arthur  Godley,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1871  William  Henry  Forbes,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1872  Alfred  Goodwin,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1873  Henry  Broadbent,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Exeter 

1874  Henry  Francis  Tatum,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1875  John  Henry  Onions,  Junior,  afterwards  Senior,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1876  Walter  Scott,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1877  Edward  Thomas  Griffiths,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1878  David  Samuel  Margoliouth,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  New  College 

1879  Albert  Curtis  Clark,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1880  JOHN  WILLIAM  MACKAIL,  Exhibitioner,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1881  CHAKLES  ASHWORTH  JAMES,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1882  WILLIAM  Ross  HARDIE,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1883  CHABLES  NORTON  EDGCUMBE  ELIOT,  Scholar  of  BallioL 


ELDON  LAW  SCHOLAESHIP. 

In  the  year  1830  the  Subscribers  to  a  Testimonial  in  honour  of  John, 
first  Earl  of  Eldon,  Lord  High  Chancellor  of  Great  Britain  for  twenty- 
five  years  (1801—1806  and  1807—1827),  resolved  to  establish  a  Law 
Scholarship  with  the  moneys  contributed,  for  the  purpose  of  "  recording 
"  Lord  Eldon's  connection  with  the  Profession  of  the  Law,  and  with  the 
"  "University  of  which  he  was  so  distinguished  an  ornament,  and,  at  the 
"  same  time,  of  conferring  a  real  benefit,  as  well  as  a  distinction,  upon 
"  meritorious  individuals,  who  may  have  to  struggle  with  difficulties  in 
"  the  early  part  of  their  professional  career." 

The  management  of  the  fund,  including  the  election  of  the  Scholar, 
is  vested  in  fifteen  Trustees,  who  must  be  Subscribers,  or  descendants 
of  Subscribers,  and  Protestants. 

Candidates  must  be  "Protestants  of  the  Church  of  England,  and 
"  Members  of  the  University  of  Oxford,  who,  having  passed  their  Examin- 
"  ation  for  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts,  have  been  rated  in  the  First 
"  Class  in  one  branch  at  least  at  examination,  or  have  gained  one  of  the 
"  the  Chancellor's  Prizes,  and  who  intend  to  follow  the  Profession  of  the 
"  Law."  In  Bye-Laws  passed  in  1830,  it  is  ordered  that  all  applications 
be  addressed  to*the  Secretary  (George  Lewis  Parkin,  Esq.,  5  New  Square, 
Lincoln's  Inn,  London,  W.  C.),  and  that  no  application  made  by  or  on 
behalf  of  a  Candidate  to  any  individual  Trustee  be  entertained. 

The  Scholarship  is  tenable  for  three  years,  running  from  June  4, 
Lord  Eldon's  birthday,  provided  the  Scholar  keep  his  Terms  regularly 


»!  BODEN   SCHOLARSHIPS.  147 

at  one  of  the  Inns  of  Court.  By  a  Bye-Law  passed  in  1854,  it  is  pro- 
vided that  if  the  Scholar  be  called  to  the  Bar,  or  commence  practice 
under  the  Bar,  he  shall  vacate  his  Scholarship. 

Should  the  fund  increase  sufficiently  by  accumulations  or  otherwise, 
a  second  Scholarship  is  to  be  established  on  similar  conditions. 

Scholars, 

1831  Herman  Merivale,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1834  Roundel!  Palmer,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1837  Arthur  Kensington,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Trinity 

1840  Thomas  Henry  Haddan,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1843  Edward  Kent  Karslake,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1846  Ealph  Eobert  Wheeler  Lingen,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1849  John  Conington,  Fellow  of  University ;  afterwards  Professpr  of  Latin 

1851  George  Osborne  Morgan,  Stowell  Fellow  of  University 

1854  Eobert   George  Wyndham  Herbert,  Scholar  of  Balliol;   Fellow   of  All 

Souls 

1856  Montague  Hughes  Cookson,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 
1859  Horace  Davey,  Fellow  of  University 

1861  Henry  Alexander  Giffard,  Corpus ;  afterwards  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1864  John  Mott  Maidlow,  Fellow  of  Queen's 
1867  Courtenay  Peregrine  Ilbert,  Fellow  of  Balliol 
1870  Alfred  Barratt,  Fellow  of  Brasenose 
1872  John  Gent,  Fellow  of  Trinity 
1874  John  Arthur  Godley,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 
1876  James  Eastwick,  Fellow  of  Trinity 
1878  Alfred  Milner,  Fellow  of  New  College 
1881  Charles  Ashworth  James,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford. 


BODEN  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

Four  Scholarships  "for  proficiency  in  the  Sanskrit  Language  and 
Literature "  were  established  by  Decrees  of  the  Court  of  Chancery  in 
1830  and  1860,  in  order  to  carry  into  effect  the  purpose  of  the  late 
Colonel  Boden,  stated  in  the  article  on  the  Boden  Professorship  of 
Sanskrit. 

One  Scholar  is  elected  every  year  in  Lent  Term.  Candidates  must 
be  Members  of  some  College  or  Hall,  who  have  not  exceeded  the 
twenty-fifth  year  of  their  age. 

Each  Scholarship  is  tenable  for  four  years  with  an  annual  stipend  of 
,£50,  payable  half-yearly,  provided  the  Scholar  retains  his  name  on 
the  books  of  some  College  or  Hall,  keeps  by  statutable  residence  three 
Terms  in  each  year,  attends  Lectures  of  the  Professor,  and  makes 
sufficient  proficiency  in  Sanskrit.  Default  in  these  conditions  entails 
forfeiture  of  the  Scholarship,  or  at  least  of  some  pprtion  of  the 
stipend. 

The  Electors  are  the  Boden  Professor  of  Sanskrit,  the  Regius 
Professors  of  Divinity,  Hebrew,  and  Greek,  the  Laudian  and  Lord 
Almoner's  Professors  of  Arabic,  and  the  Professor  of  Latin,  or  any 
three  of  them  ;  but  they  may  appoint  a  deputy  or  deputies  to  act  in 
their  stead. 

At  first,  until  the  expiration  of  an  annuity  of  ^100  given  by  the 
Founder's  Will,  there  were  but  two  Scholars. 

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148  UNIVEKSITY  SCHOLAKSHIPSv 

Scholars. 

1833  William  Alder  Strange,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 
Edward  Price,  Magdalen  Hall 

1834  Salomon  Ca3sar  Malan,  St.  Edmund  Hall 

1837  Arthur  Wellington  Wallis,  Magdalen  Hall 

1838  William  Henry  Jones,  Magdalen  Hall 

1839  William  Linwood,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1840  Eobert  Payne  Smith,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 

1841  Alexander  Penrose  Forbes,  Brasenose 

1843  Monier  Williams,  University ;  afterwards  Professor  of  Sanskrit 

1844  Edward  Markham  Heale,  Queen's 

1845  Eobert  Hake,  St.  Edmund  HaU 

1848  Thomas  Hutchinson  Tristram,  Lincoln 

1849  Ealph  Thomas  Hotchkin  Griffith,  Queen's 

1853  John  Frederick  Browne,  Exeter 

1854  Frederick  William  Walker,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Corpus 

1855  Henry  Cobbe  Sutherland,  Lincoln 

1857  William  Hooper,  Wadham 

Cockbum  Thomson,  St.  Mary  Hall 

John  William  Nutt,  Scholar  of  Corpus;  afterwards  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1858  Eobinson  Ellis,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Trinity 

Childers  George  Sperling,  Postmaster  of  Merton 

1859  William  Henry  Smith,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1861  William  Henry  Coxe,  Balliol 

1862  Edward  John  Long  Scott,  Lincoln 

1863  Charles  Arthur  Eoe,  Postmaster  of  Merton 

1864  Archibald  Edward  Gough,  Scholar  of  Lincoln 

1865  John  Pickford,  Scholar  of  Brasenose 

1866  Henry  John  Mathews,  Exeter 

1867  Edmund  Arbuthnot  Knox,  Scholar  of  Corpus  ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Merton 

1868  Francis  Chorley  Channing,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1869  Pierce  de  Lacy  Henry  Johnstone,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1870  Peter  Peterson,  Balliol 

1871  Charles  Henry  Jopp,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1872  Frederick  Eden  Pargiter,  Exhibitioner  of  Exeter 

1873  Eobert  Hume  Gunion,  Scholar  of  Lincoln 

1874  Brajendranath  De*,  St.  Mary  HaU 

1875  James  Wilson,  Balliol 

1876  James  McCrone  Douie,  Balliol 

1877  Arthur  Venis  Lazarus,  Balliol 

1878  Arthur  Anthony  Macdonell,  Exhibitioner  of  Corpus 

1879  William  Coward  Bradley,  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1880  JOHN  LIONEL  POSTGATE,  Eglesfield  Exhibitioner  of  Queen's 

1881  DAVID  SAMUEL  MARGOLIOUTH,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  New  College 

1882  CHARLES  WYNTER  PAYNE,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1883  CHARLES  NORTON  EDGCUMBE  ELIOT,  Scholar  of  BallioL 


MATHEMATICAL  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

Scholarships  "for  the  promotion  of  Mathematical  studies"  were 
founded  in  the  year  1831,  a  fund  for  their  endowment  having  heen 
raised  by  contributions  from  many  of  the  Colleges  and  many  individual 
Members  of  the  University. 

At  first  there  were  three,  each  tenable  for  three  years,  with  an  annual 
stipend  of  £50,  and  the  Candidates  were  Members  of  the  University 
who  had  passed  the  Examination  for  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts  and 
had  not  exceeded  the  twenty-sixth  Term  from  their  matriculation 
inclusively,  one  such  Scholar  being  elected  every  year. 


MATHEMATICAL  SCHOLARSHIPS.  149 

In  1844  a  change  was  made,  and  a  further  change  in  1864;  and 
there  are  now  four  Scholarships,  two  Senior,  and  two  Junior,  with 
stipends  of  ,£30  a-year  each. 

One  Scholar,  and  one  only,  in  each  of  the  two  classes,  is  elected  every 
year  in  Lent  Term.  Candidates  for  the  Senior  Scholarship  must  Be 
such  persons  as  were  required  at  first:  Candidates  for  the  Junior 
Scholarship  must  he  Memhers  of  the  University  who  have  not  ex- 
ceeded eight  Terms  from  their  matriculation  inclusively. 

The  standing  of  Candidates  who  have  matriculated  at  Cambridge  or 
Dublin  before  matriculating  at  Oxford  is  computed  from  the  date  of 
such  first  matriculation,  Easter  Term  at  Cambridge  or  Dublin  being 
reckoned  as  equivalent  to  Easter  and  Trinity  Terms  at  Oxford, 

Each  Scholarship  is  tenable  for  two  years,  provided  the  Scholar  has 
his  name  on  the  books  of  some  College  or  Hall,  and,  in  the  case  of  a 
Junior  Scholar,  that  he  continues  to  attend  to  Mathematical  studies. 
The  Senior  Scholar  elected  each  year  is  to  receive,  for  one  year  only, 
over  and  above  his  proper  stipend,  the  dividends  of  that  moiety  of 
Dr.  Johnson's  fund  which  was  formerly  assigned  to  his  Mathematical 
Scholar,  and  is  to  be  called  the  "  Johnson  University  Scholar."  These 
dividends  amount  to  about  £20  a-year. 

The  Examiners,  three  in  number,  who  must  be  at  least  Masters  of 
Arts  or  Bachelors  of  Medicine  or  Civil  Law,  are  appointed  by  the 
Trustees  of  the  Foundation,  namely,  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  two 
Proctors,  and  the  Professors  of  Geometry,  Astronomy,  Natural  Philo- 
sophy, and  Experimental  Philosophy. 

Scholars. 

1831  George  Henry  Sacheverell  Johnson,  Taberdar  of  Queen's 

1832  Eaton  Da  vies  Denton,  Queen's 

1833  Henry  Anthony  Jeffreys,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1834  John  Philip  Hugo,  Wadham ;  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1835  Eobert  Kichard  Anstice,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1836  Nicholas  Pocock,  Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1837  William  Fishburn  Donkin,  Fellow  of  University ;  afterwards  Savilian  Pro- 

fessor of  Astronomy 

1838  William  Goodenough  Penny,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1839  John  Andrews  Dale,  Balliol 

1840  John  Gordon,  Brasenose 

1841  Edward  Warner,  Wadham 

1842  Bartholomew  Price,  Scholar,  then  Fellow,  of  Pembroke ;  afterwards  Sedleian 

Professor  of  Natural  Philosophy 

1843  Paul  Augustine  Kingdon,  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

In  Lent  Term,  1844,  the  change  above  described  took  place,  and 
four  Scholarships,  two  Senior  and  two  Junior,  were  established. 

Senior  Scholars. 

1844  John  Early  Cook,  Brasenose 

1845  Hugo  Daniel  Harper,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow  and  Principal,  of  Jesus 

1846  William  Spottiswoode,  Balliol 

1847  Theodore  Walrond,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1848  Humphrey  F.  Mildmay,  Ch.  Ch. 

1849  Francis  John  Ottley,  Oriel 

1850  Francis  Ashpitel,  Brasenose 


150  UNIVERSITY  SCHOLARSHIPS.  " 

1851  Henry  John  Stephen  Smith,  Fellow  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Savilian  Professor 

of  Geometry  and  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1852  Francis  Harrison,  Queen's  ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1853  Frederick  Kneller  H.  Cock,  Scholar  of  University 

1854  Joshua  Jones,  Lincoln 

1855  Samuel  Courthope  Bosanquet,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1856  Charles  Joseph  Faulkner,  Scholar  of  Pembroke  ;  Fellow  of  University 

1857  George  Charles  Bell,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Worcester 

1858  Horace  Davey,  Fellow  of  University 

1859  David  Thomas,  Scholar  of  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  Trinity 

1860  William  Esson,  St.  John's  ;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1861  David  Pitcairn,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1862  John  Griffiths,  Jesus;  Fellow  of  Jesus 

1863  John  Da  vies  Davenport,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1864  George  Herbert  Durham,  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1865  Hector  McNeile,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1866  Edward  Liddell  Balmer,  Magdalen  Hall ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1867  Henry  Daman,  Magdalen ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1868  Christopher  H.  E.  Heath,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 

1869  Arnold  William  Eeinold,  FeUow  of  Merton:  afterwards  Senior  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. 

1870  Wallis  Hay  Laverty,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1871  William  James  Lewis,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1872  George  Edmundson,  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1873  John  Wesley  Russell,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1874  Charles  Leudesdorf,  Fellow  of  Pembroke 

1875  Edwin  Bailey  Elliott,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1876  Lazarus  Fletcher,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  University 

1877  John  Maximilian  Dyer,  Worcester 

1878  Thomas  Bowman,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1879  John  Reed  White,  Worcester 

1880  James  Christopher  Bowman,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1881  Arthur  Buchheim",  Scholar  of  New  College 

1882  HENKY  TBESAWNA  GERRANS,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.;  Fellow  of  Worcester 

1883  ARTHUR  ROBEET  SHABPE,  Scholar  of  New  College. 

Junior  Scholars. 

1844  John  Langford  Capper,  Postmaster  of  Merton ;  Scholar  of  Wadham 

1845  Robinson  Thornton,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1846  Thomas  Barker,  Queen's 

1847  Henry  Stuart  Fagan,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 

1848  Thomas  Hewitt  Campbell,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1849  Edgar  Hyde,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1850  Martin  Howy  Irving,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1851  John  Bernard  Behrends,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1852  Montague  Hughes  Cookson,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1853  Charles  Joseph  Faulkner,  Pembroke  ;  Fellow  of  University 

1854  Seaborne  M.  B.  Moens,  Postmaster  of  Merton 

1855  John  Percival,  Taberdar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Queen's;  President  of  Trinity 

1856  David  Thomas,  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  Trinity 

1857  William  Esson,  St.  John's;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1858  John  Griffiths,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Jesus 

1859  Henry  Alexander  Giffard,  Exhibitioner  of  Corpus ;  Senior  Student  of  Ch.Ch. 

1860  Francis  Chancellor,  Scholar  of  Brasenose 

1861  George  Herbert  Durham,  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1862  John  George  Gamble,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1863  Henry  Daman,  Demy,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Magdalen 

1864  Henry  Hughes,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1865.  Arnold  William  Remold,  Scholar  of  Brasenose  ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Merton 

1866  Wallis  Hay  Laverty,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Queen's 

1867  William  Chadwick,  Merton 

1868  Thomas  Alexander  Ashburnham  Chirol,  Scholar  of  Exeter 

1869  Arthur  William  Riicker,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Brasenose 

1870  Edward  Ferdinando  Sutton  Tylecote,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fereday  Fellow, 

of  St.  John's 


KENNICOTT  SCHOLARSHIP.  151 

1871  John  Wesley  Eussell,  Scholar  of  Balliol;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1872  Eobert  Albert  Jones,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1873  Joseph  Solomon,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1874  John  Eeed  White,  Exhibitioner  of  Worcester 

1875  Edward  Harold  Hayes,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  New  College 

1876  Thomas  Eobert  Terry,  Scholar  of  Hertford ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1877  Llewellyn  Wansbrough  Jones,  Postmaster  of  Merton 

1878  Henry  Tresawna  Gerrans,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow  of  Worcester 

1879  Frederick  William  Watkin,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1880  Charles  Henry  Sampson,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1881  Leonard  James  Eogers,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1882  PERCY  JOHN  HEAWOOP,  Scholar  of  Exeter 

1883  EALPH  HOBATIO  BOWDIN,  Scholar  of  Balliol. 


KENNICOTT  SCHOLARSHIP. 

Two  Scholarships  for  the  promotion  of  the  study  of  Hehrew  were 
founded  by  the  Will  of  Anne  Kennicott,  widow  of  the  celebrated  He- 
braist, Benjamin  Kennicott,  D.D.,  Canon  of  Christ  Church.  The 
Foundress  died  in  1830,  and  the  property  which  she  bequeathed  for 
the  endowment  produced  in  1831  the  sum  of  ,£4800  in  £3  per  cent. 
Consolidated  Annnities.  Eegulations  were  made  by  Convocation  in 
1831,  according  to  which  only  one  Scholar  was  to  be  elected  in  a 
year  ;  candidates  were  to  be  Bachelors  of  Arts  of  some  College  or  Hall 
in  the  University,  who,  at  the  time  when  a  vacancy  occurred,  had  not 
exceeded  one  year  from  the  taking  of  that  degree  ;  and  each  Scholar- 
ship was  tenable  for  four  years  under  certain  conditions  of  residence 
and  exercises. 

But,  by  a  Statute  which  the  University  was  specially  empowered  to 
make  in  1863,  there  is  now  but  one  Scholarship ;  and  this  is  tenable 
for  one  year  only,  during  which  the  Scholar  is  to  reside  for  seven 
weeks  in  Michaelmas  Term,  seven  in  Lent  Term,  and  seven  in  Easter 
and  Act  Terms  jointly.  The  election  takes  place  in  Act  Term.  Can- 
didates must  have  passed  the  Examinations  for  the  degree  of  Bachelor 
of  Arts,  and  must  not,  on  the  day  of  election,  have  exceeded  twenty- 
eight  terms  from  their  matriculation. 

The  Scholar  is  elected  by  the  Eegius  Professor  of  Hebrew  and  two 
other  Members  of  the  University  not  under  the  degree  of  Masters  of 
Arts,  who  are  nominated  by  the  Vice-Chancellor,  subject  to  the  approval 
of  Convocation. 

Scholars. 

1831  Benjamin  Harrison,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1832  James  Eobert  Burgess,  Oriel 

1835  Edward  James  Edwards,  Balliol 

1836  Charles  Seager,  Scholar  of  Worcester 

1839  John  Day  Collis,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Worcester 

1840  William  George  Sinclair  Addison,  Magdalen  Hall 

1843  Charles  Frederick  Secretan,  Wadham 

1844  Eobert  Gandell,  Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's ;  afterwards  Laudian  Professor 

of  Arabic  ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1847  Eichard  Samuel  Oldham,  Wadham 

1848  Eichard  Meux  Benson,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1851  William  \Vright,  St.  John's 


152  UNIVERSITY  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

1852  James  Davenport  Kelly,  Scholar  of  Wadham 

1855  Charles  Matheson,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1856  John  William  Nutt,  Scholar  of  Corpus  ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1859  William  Wynne  Willson,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1860  James  Mew,  Wadham 

1863  Thomas   Kelly   Cheyne,   Scholar   of  Worcester;    afterwards   Fellow   of 

Balliol 

1864  Arthur  George  Warner,  Ch.  Ch. 

1865  John  Purves,  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1866  Archibald  Edward  Gough,  Scholar  of  Lincoln 

1867  Edward  Conduitt  Dermer,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1868  [No  Candidate] 

1869  Dswald  Henry  Hogarth,  Queen's 

1870  Samuel  Rolles  Driver,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor 

of  Hebrew 

1871  George  Shattock,  Scholar  of  St.  John's  ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1872  Charles  Thomas  Cruttwell,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1873  George  Wolseley  Collins,  Keble 

1874  George  Henry  Gwilliam,  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1875  David  Johnston,  St.  Mary  Hall 

1876  George  Henry  Bateson  Wright,  Queen's 

1877  [No  Candidate] 

1878  [No  election] 

1879  Edward  John  Perry,  Scholar  of  Worcester 

1880  Walter  Lionel  Giles,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1881  George  James  Spurrell,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1882  David  Samuel  Margoliouth,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1883  PEBCY  JAMES  BOYER,  Scholar  of  Balliol. 


PUSEY  AND  ELLEKTON  SCHOLAKSHIPS. 

Three  Scholarships  for  "  the  promotion  of  sound  Theology  through 
a  solid  and  critical  knowledge  of  Hebrew  "  were  founded  in  the  year 
1832  by  Philip  Pusey,  Esq.,  of  Pusey  in  Berkshire  ;  Edward  Bouverie 
Pusey,  D.D.,  Regius  Professor  of  Hebrew  ;  and  Edward  Ellerton,  D.D., 
Fellow  of  Magdalen  College.  The  endowment  now  produces  a  stipend 
of  £55  a-year  for  each  Scholar. 

One  Scholar,  and  one  only,  is  elected  every  year  in  Act  Term. 
Candidates  must  he  Members  of  the  University  under  the  degree  of 
Master  of  Arts  or  Bachelor  of  Civil  Law,  or,  if  of  either  of  those  degrees, 
not  above  twenty-five  years  of  age. 

Each  Scholarship  is  tenable  for  three  years,  provided  that  in  the 
first  two  years  the  Scholar  resides  seven  weeks  in  each  Michaelmas 
and  Lent  Term,  and  seven  weeks  in  the  Easter  and  Act  Terms  of  one 
of  the  two  years,  and  that  during  such  residence  he  pursues  his  studies 
under  direction  of  the  Professor  of  Hebrew.  In  certain  cases  the 
Trustees  of  the  Foundation  may  dispense  with  part  of  this  residence. 

The  Electors  are  the  Kegius  Professors  of  Divinity  and  Hebrew  and 
the  Lord  Almoner's  Professor  of  Arabic ;  or,  in  default  of  these,  the 
Trustees  appoint  Electors. 

The  Trustees  are  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  President  of  Magdalen 
College,  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church,  the  Warden  of  Wadham  College, 
the  Eegius  Professors  of  Divinity  and  Hebrew,  and  the  Lord  Almoner's 
Professor  of  Arahic. 


JOHNSON'S  SCHOLARSHIPS.  153 

Scholars. 

1832  Benjamin  Harrison,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1833  James  Robert  Burgess,  Oriel 

1834  Charles  Seager,  Magdalen  Hall ;  Scholar  of  Worcester 

1835  Henry  Burgess  Whitaker  Churton,  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1836  William  Holloway  Webb,  Magdalen  Hall 

1837  Salomon  Ca?sar  Malan,  St.  Edmund  Hall 

1838  Frederick  Menzies,  Fellow  of  Braeenose 

1839  Thomas  Hopkins  Britton,  Exeter 

1840  William  George  Sinclair  Addison,  Magdalen  Hall 

1841  John  Day  Collis,  Fellow  of  Worcester 

1842  William  Kay,  Fellow  of  Lincoln 

1843  Robert  Payne  Smith,  Scholar  of  Pembroke  ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor  of 

Divinity 

1844  Charles  Frederick  Secretan,  Wadham 

1845  Robert  Gandell,  Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's ;  afterwards  Laudian  Professor 

of  Arabic;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1846  Henry  Master  White,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1847  Robert  Hake,  St.  Edmund  Hall 

1848  Henry  John  Marlen,  Wadham 

1849  William  Wright,  St.  John's 

1850  Charles  Montague  Style,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  St.  John's 

1851  Charles  Matheson,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1852  Thomas  Henry  Thornton,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1853  David  Mason  Gardner,  Scholar  of  Brasenose 

1854  Alexander  Israel  McCaul,  St.  John's 

1855  William  Wynne  Willson,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1856  Samuel  McCaul,  St.  John's 

1857  John  William  Nutt,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1858  James  Mew,  Wadham 

1859  Henry  George  Watson,  St.  John's 

1860  Robert  Joseph  Crosthwaite,  Scholar  of  Brasenose 

1861  Edward  Caird,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1862  John  Purves,  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1863  Archibald  Edward  Gough,  Lincoln 

1864  Thomas  Kelly  Cheyne,  Scholar  of  Worcester ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1865  Arthur  George  Warner,  Ch.  Ch. 

1866  Samuel  Rolles  Driver,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  New  College ;  Regius 

Professor  of  Hebrew 

1867  Edward  Conduitt  Dermer,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1868  Henry  Walter  Reynolds,  Wadham 

1869  Charles  Thos.  Cmttwell,  Scholar  of  St.  John's ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Merton 

1870  Henry  John  Mathews,  Exeter 

1871  George  Shattock,  Scholar  of  St.  John's ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1872  George  Wolseley  Collins,  Keble 

1873  [No  election] 

1874  James  Alexander  Paterson,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 

1875  [No  election] 

1876  [No  election] 

1877  George  Henry  Bateson  Wright,  Queen's 

1878  Edward  John  Perry,  Scholar  of  Worcester 

1879  David  Samuel  Margoliouth,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  New  College 

1880  George  James  Spun-ell,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1881  JONATHAN  JAMES  GRATREX,  Wadham 

1882  PERCY  JAMES  BOTER,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1883  HERMAN  JOSEPH  COHEN,  Scholar  of  Jesus. 

JOHNSON'S  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

Two  Scholarships,  "  one  for  the  greatest  attainment  in  Theology,  and 
the  other  in  Mathematics,"  were  founded  by  John  Johnson,  D.D.,  some- 
time Fellow  of  Magdalen  College,  who  bequeathed  to  the  University 


154  UNIVERSITY  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

the  sum  of  ,£1200  for  their  endowment,  directing  that  the  money 
should  be  invested  in  £3  per  cent.  Consolidated  Annuities,  and  that 
the  dividends  thereof  should  be  applied  "  in  the  purchase  of  books  on 
Theology  and  Classical  Literature,"  and  no  part  given  in  money. 
The  bequest  was  accepted  by  Convocation  in  February  1833.  Each 
Scholarship  was  made  tenable  for  two  years.  Candidates  were  required 
to  have  passed  the  Examinations  for  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts,  and 
not  to  have  completed  the  fifth  year  from  their  matriculation.  But, 
by  Statutes  which  the  University  was  specially  empowered  to  make  in 
1863,  one  moiety  of  the  endowment  was  united  with  Mrs.  Denyer's 
fund  to  maintain  the  Theological  Scholarships  described  in  the  next 
article,  and  the  proceeds  of  the  other  moiety  are  given  annually  in 
money  to  the  Senior  Mathematical  Scholar  of  the  year,  who  is  called 
the  "  Johnson  University  Scholar." 

The  Examination  took  place  in  Easter  Term.  The  Examiners, 
three  in  number,  who  were  obliged  to  be  at  least  Masters  of  Arts 
or  Bachelors  of  Civil  Law,  were  appointed  by  the  Presidents  of  Mag- 
dalen and  Trinity  Colleges,  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church,  the  Warden 
of  New  College,  and  the  Provost  of  Queen's  College. 

Theological  Scholars. 

1835  Henry  Woollcombe,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1837  Frederick  William  Faber,  Fellow  of  University 
1839  Arthur  AVest  Haddan,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Trinity 
1841  Robert  Henry  Gray,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1843  Charles  John  Smith,  Ch.  Ch. 
1845  Alfred  Pott,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1847  William  Bright,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  University ;  Regius  Pro- 
fessor of  Ecclesiastical  History 
1849  Charles  Lewis  Dart,  Exeter 
1851  Henry  Parry  Liddon,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1853  Arthur  George  Watson,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 
1855  Charles  Edward  Oakley,  Demy  of  Magdalen 
1857  Robert  Henniker,  Scholar  of  Trinity 
1859  Joseph  Mason  Austen,  Brasenose 

1861  John  Richard  Magrath,  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Queen  s 
1863  Thomas  Kelly  Cheyne,  Scholar  of  Worcester ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  BallioL 

Mathematical  Scholars. 

1835  Nicholas  Pocock,  Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1837  William  Fishbum  Donkin,  Fellow  of  University ;  afterwards  Savilian  Pro- 
fessor of  Astronomy 
1839  John  Andrews  Dale,  Balliol 
1841  Edward  Warner,  Wadham 
1843  Henry  Master  White,  FeUow  of  New  College 

1845  Hugo  Daniel  Harper,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow  and  Principal,  of  Jesus 
1847  William  Spottiswoode,  Balliol 

1849  Thomas  Henry  Rodie  Shand,  Brasenose  ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Brasenose 
1851  Heniy  Mitchell  Hull,  Scholar  of  University 
1853  Joshua  Jones,  Lincoln 

1855  Samuel  Courthope  Bosanquet,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
1857  Horace  Davey,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  University 
1859  David  Thomas,  Scholar  of  Jesus  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity 
1861  Charles  James  Coverly  Price,  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  ot  Exeter 
1863  John.  Davies  Davenport,  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


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DENYER  AND  JOHNSON  SCHOLARSHIPS. 


In  the  year  1863,  by  a  Statute  which  the  University  was  specially 
empowered  to  make,  three  Scholarships  for  the  promotion  of  the  study 
of  Theology  were  established  in  lieu  of  Dr.  Johnson's  Theological 
Scholarship  described  in  the  last  article  and  of  Mrs.  Denver's  Prizes 
for  two  Theological  Essays  described  at  page  177,  and  the  joint  revenue 
of  those  two  foundations,  amounting  now  to  about  ,£120,  was  appointed 
for  their  endowment.  By  a  Statute  passed  in  1878,  amending  the  be- 
fore-mentioned Statute,  the  Scholarships  were  reduced  to  two,  of  the 
yearly  value  of  £50  each.  The  Scholars  are  elected  in  the  following 
way. 

Any  Bachelor  of  Arts,  who  has  not  exceeded  twenty-seven  Terms  from 
his  matriculation,  may  present  himself  for  this  Examination,  which 
is  holden  every  year  in  Hilary  Term.  The  standing  of  Candidates 
who  have  matriculated  at  Cambridge  or  Dublin  before  matriculating 
at  Oxford  is  computed  from  the  date  of  matriculation  at  Cambridge  or 
Dublin  as  the  case  may  be,  Easter  Term  in  either  of  those  Universities 
being  reckoned  as  equivalent  to  Easter  and  Trinity  Terms  at  Oxford. 
The  Examiners,  three  in  number,  are  nominated  by  the  Electors  of 
the  Examiners  in  the  Honour  School  of  Theology,  and  must  be  Mem- 
bers of  Convocation  in  Priest's  Orders. 

The  subjects  of  the  Examination  are  the  Holy  Scriptures,  Dogmatic 
and  Symbolic  Theology,  Ecclesiastical  History,  the  Evidences  of  Eeli- 
gion,  and  Pastoral  Theology,  comprising  the  history  of  Liturgies,  or  at 
least  the  history  of  the  Book  of  Common  Prayer.  Creditable  knowledge 
of  the  Hebrew  Text,  of  the  Septuagint  Version,  of  the  writings  of  the 
Fathers,  or  of  Ecclesiastical  History  has  great  weight. 

The  Scholarships  are  tenable  for  one  year  only. 


Scholars. 

1865  Albert  Sidney  Chavasse,  Fellow  of  University 
Henry  Thomhill  Morgan,  Trinity 

Oswald  Joseph  Reichel,  Queen's 

1866  Charles  Henry  Waller,  University 
William  Baker,  Fellow  of  St.  John's  1  ^       T 
AVilson  Eustace  Daniel,  Worcester      f  ^ual- 

1867  William  Henry  Simcox,  Fellow  of  Queen's 
Archibald  Edward  Gough,  Lincoln 
George  Marsha  m  Argles,  Balliol 

1868  Harman  Chaloner  Ogle,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
Henry  C.  B.  Bazely,  Brasenose 

Miles  Atkinson,  Queen's 

1869  James  A  very,  Exeter 

Edward  William  Moore,  Wadham 

1870  George  Francis  Lovell,  Balliol 
George  Knapp  Turner,  New  College 
John  Elton  Halliwell,  Magdalen  Hall 


156  UNIVERSITY  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

1871  Charles  Leslie  Dundas,  Brasenose ;  Fellow  of  Jesus 
Walter  Edmund  Matthew,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 
Evelyn  Gisbome  Hodgson,  Exeter 

1872  George  Shattock,  Scholar  of  St.  John's ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 
Philip  Fletcher,  Exeter 

Robert  Heywood  Rodgers,  Brasenose 

1873  James  Edward  Walker,  Corpus 
Robert  Daniel  Horace  Gray,  Brasenose 
William  Ramsay  Sparks,  Exeter 

1874  Gamaliel  Milner,  Ch.  Ch. 

Francis  Keyes  Yates  Aglionby,  Queen's 

George  Henry  Gwilliam,  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1875  John  Shand  More  Gordon,  Balliol 
William  Richardson  Linton,  Corpus 

Francis  Henry  Woods,  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1876  Augustus  Jameson  Miller,  Exeter 
Isaac  Rangeley,  Keble 

George  Henry  Bateson  Wright,  Queen's 

1877  Marsham  Frederic  Argles,  Fellow  of  St  John's  \  1,^,7 
James  Foord,  Brasenose  /  ^ual- 
James  Edward  Denison,  Ch.  Ch. 

1878  Horace  Evelyn  Clayton,  Brasenose 

1879  John  Hagley  Rutter,  Exeter 

Walter  Lionel  Giles,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1880  Berkeley  William  Randolph,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1881  Frank  Joseph  Powell,  Unattached 
Herbert  Burrows  Southwell,  Pembroke 

1882  Frank  Edward  Brightman,  University 
John  Charles  Roper,  Keble 

1883  THOMAS  RANDELL,  Exhibitioner  of  St.  John's. 


HERTFORD  SCHOLARSHIP. 

On  the  dissolution  of  Hertford  College,  consequent  upon  the  death 
of  its  last  Principal  in  1805,  part  of  its  property  fell  to  the  Crown ; 
and  in  1818  Letters  Patent  passed  the  Great  Seal,  granting  some  of 
this  to  the  use  of  Magdalen  Hall,  but  giving  one  portion,  now  repre- 
sented by  a  sum  of  <£1256  8s.  lOd.  Eeduced  £3  per  cent.  Annuities,  to 
the  University  upon  trust  to  pay  the  dividends,  after  the  death  of  the 
Rev.  Eichard  Hewitt,  M.A.,  the  only  remaining  Fellow  of  the  College, 
to  an  Undergraduate  chosen  "  by  free  competition  and  public  examin- 
ation "  according  to  such  Statutes  as  should  be  made  by  Convocation. 
Accordingly  a  Scholarship  for  the  promotion  of  the  study  of  Latin  was 
established  by  Statute  in  1834. 

The  Scholarship  is  tenable  for  one  year  only.  The  election  takes 
place  in  Lent  Term.  Candidates  must  not  have  completed  two  years 
from  their  matriculation. 

The  Examiners,  three  in  number,  who  must  be  at  least  Masters  of 
Arts  or  Bachelors  of  Civil  Law,  are  nominated  by  the  Vice-Chancellor 
and  Proctors,  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation. 

Scholars. 

1835  John  Ernest  Bode,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1836  William  Linwood,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 

1837  Benjamin  Jowett,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol,  and  Regius  Pro- 

fessor of  Greek ;  Master  of  Balliol 


TAYLOR  SCHOLAESHIPS.  157 

1838  Frederick  H.  M.  Blaydes,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 

1839  Kalph  K.  W.  Lingen,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1840  Harris  Smith,  Scholar  of  Oriel ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1841  George  Butler,  Exeter ;  afterwards  Fellow 

1842  Goldwin  Smith,  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  University  and  Regius  Pro- 

fessor of  Modern  Histoiy 

1843  Edwin  Palmer,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol,  and  Professor  of  Latin  ; 

subsequently  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1844  John  Conington,  Demy  of  Magdalen ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  University,  and 

Professor  of  Latin 

1845  Henry  Barnes  Byrne,  Scholar  of  Oriel ;  afterwards  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1846  Isaac  Gregory  Smith,  Scholar  of  Trinity  ;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1847  Maurice  Day,  Scholar  of  Exeter ;  Scholar  of  University 

1848  John  Young  Sargent,  Postmaster  of  Merton ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

and  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1849  Thomas  Francis  Fremantle,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1850  Thomas  Clayton,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

1851  Robert  George  Wyndham  Herbert,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of 

All  Souls 

1852  James  Beaumont  Winstanley,  University 

1853  William  Lambert  Newman,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1854  Frederick  Butler  M.  Montgomerie,  Balliol 

1855  Charles  Synge  Christopher  Bowen,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1856  Reginald  Broughton,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1857  James  Lee-Warner,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  University 

1858  Francis  Thomas  Egerton  Prothero,  Balliol 

1859  Henry  Nettleship,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;  Corpus 

Professor  of  Latin  and  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1860  Charles  Bigg,  Scholar  of  Corpus  ;  afterwards  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1861  Courtenay  Peregrine  Ilbert,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1862  Thomas  Leslie  Papillon,  Scholar  of  Balliol;  Fellow  of  Merton ;  afterwards 

Fellow  of  New  College 

1863  Edward  Russell  Bernard,  Scholar  of  Exeter ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1864  Francis  De  Paravicini,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Senior  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. ;  then  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1865  John  Gent,  Scholar,  afterwards  FeUow,  of  Trinity 

1866  Richard  Lewis  Nettleship,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1867  Walter  Lock,  Scholar  of  Corpus  ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1868  John  Arthur  Godley,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1869  Alfred  Goodwin,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1870  Martin  Holdich  Green,  Scholar  of  Corpus  ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Trinity 

1871  Francis  Paget,  Junior,  afterwards  Senior,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1872  James  Somerville  Lockhart,  Scholar  of  Corpus;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1873  Thomas  Herbert  Warren,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1874  Alfred  Milner,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  New  College 

1875  Sidney  Graves  Hamilton,  Scholar  of  Balliol;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1876  Robert  Lawrence  Ottley,  Scholar  of  Pembroke  ;  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1877  Edward  Thomas  Griffiths,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1878  David  Samuel  Margoliouth,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  New  College 

1879  Charles  Ashworth  James,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1880  John  William  Mackail,  Exhibitioner,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Balliol 

1881  Charles  Norton  Edgcumbe  Eliot,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1882  William  Ross  Hardie,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1883  ALFRED  HAMILTON  CBUICKSHANK,  Scholar  of  New  College. 


TAYLOE  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

In  furtherance  of  the  object  of  Sir  Eobert  Taylor,  as  stated  in  the 
Article  on  the  "  Taylor  Institution,"  four  Scholarships  for  proficiency 
in  Modern  Languages  were  established  in  the  year  1857.  They  were 
tenable  for  two  years.  Two  Scholars  were  elected  every  year,  one  for 


158  UNIVERSITY  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

proficiency  in  German  and  in  some  other  language  taught  in  the  Insti- 
tution, the  other  for  proficiency  in  French  and  in  some  other  language 
taught  there.  Each  received  £25  a-year  from  the  Taylor  Fund. 
Candidates  were  not  to  have  exceeded  the  age  of  twenty-four  years  at 
the  time  of  the  election.  Under  a  new  Statute  made  in  1869,  one 
Scholarship  worth  £5Q  and  one  Exhibition  worth  £25,  each  tenable 
for  one  year,  are  awarded  annually  for  proficiency  in  one  or  more  of 
the  languages  taught  in  the  Institution  (a  year's  notice  thereof  having 
been  given),  in  Comparative  Philology  as  applied  to  the  same,  and  in 
the  literature  of  the  selected  language  or  languages. 

Candidates  must  not  have  exceeded  the  twenty-third  Term  from 
their  matriculation. 

Scholars. 

1858  Ainslie  Grant-Duff,  Balliol,  German  with  French 
Algernon  Charles  Swinburne,  Balliol,  French  with  Italian 

1859  Samuel  Benoni  Gobat,  Trinity,  German  with  French 

Henry  Alexander  Giffard,  Corpus ;  afterwards  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch., 
French  with  German, 

1860  Thomas  Richard  Grundy,  Brasenose,  German  with  French 
Henry  John  Gepp,  Fellow  of  New  College,  French  with  German 

1861  Constantino  M.  Smith,  Balliol,  German  with  French 
Americo  Palfrey  Marras,  Lincoln,  French  irith  Italian 

1862  Oswald  J.  Reichel,  Scholar  of  Queen's,  German  with  French 
Charles  H.  E.  Carmichael,  Trinity,  French  with  Italian 

1863  Paul  Ferdinand  Willert,  Balliol,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;   Fellow  of  Exeter, 

German  with  French. 

George  Orange  Balleine,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Queen's,  French  with 
German 

1864  Frederic  Clarke,  Exeter,  German  with  French 

Eugene  Jacob  Lee  Hamilton,  Oriel,  French  with  German 

1865  Oliver  Smith,  St.  John's,  German  with  French 

Henry  William  Gegg  Markheim,  Scholar  of  University ;  afterwards  Fellow 
of  Queen's,  French  with  German 

1866  Duncan  H.  H.  Wilson,  Pembroke,  German  with  French 
Frederick  Clarke,  Exeter,  French  with  Italian 

1867  Robert  Lowes  Clarke,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Queen's, 

German  with  French 
Alfred  Messervy,  Scholar  of  Exeter,  French  with  German 

1868  Henry  Studdy  Theobald,  Balliol,  afterwards  Fellow  of  Wadham,  German 

with  French 
Pierce  de  Lacy  Henry  Johnstone,  Balliol,  French  with  German 

1869  Fr.  Robert  Graham,  Lincoln,  German  with  French 
Eichard  A.  Ploetz,  Magdalen,  French  with  German. 

Scholars  and  Exhibitioners. 

1870  German.  Henry  Sweet,  Scholar  of  Balliol,  Scholar 

Henry  Robert  Graham,  Exeter,  Exhibitioner 

1871  French.     William  Augustus  Brevoort  Coolidge,  Exeter ;  afterwards  Fellow 

of  Magdalen ;  Scholar 
William  Collett  Sandars,  Unattached  Student,  Exhibitioner 

1872  Italian.     John  Frederick  Rowbotham,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol,  Scholar 

James  William  Middleton,  Queen's,  Exhibitioner 

1873  German.   Edward  Adolf  Sonnenschein,  Scholar  of  University,  Scholar 

Leonard  Abraham  Monteflore,  Balliol,  Exhibitioner 

1874  French.     Louis  Martin  Moriarty,  Demy  of  Magdalen,  Scholar 

George  Cave,  St.  John's,  Exhibitioner 

1875  Italian.     Louis  Dyer,  Balliol,  Scholar 

John  David  Whyte,  Scholar  of  Oriel,  Exhibitioner 


BUKDETT-COUTTS  SCHOLAESHIPS.  159 

1876  German.   Arthur  Anthony  Macdonell,  Exhibitioner  of  Corpus,  afterwards 

Taylorian  Teacher  of  German  ;  Scholar 
Hartmann  Wolfgang  Just,  Scholar  of  Corpus,  Exhibitioner 

1877  French.      Isidore  Henry  Bowles  Spiers,  University,  Scholar 

John  Rougier  Cohu,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Jesus,  Ex- 
hibitioner 

1878  Italian.    William  Paton  Ker,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of 

All  Souls,  Scholar 
Thomas  Huntington  Childs,  Balliol,  Exhibitioner 

1879  Spanish.   Basil  Thomas  Alfred  Evetts,  Trinity,  Schdar 

Cuthbert  Evan  Tyrer,  Unattached  Student,  Exhilritioner 

1880  German.   Bernard  Alexander  Schleicher,  Scholar  of  University,  Scholar 

Theodor  Friedrich  Althaus,  Scholar  of  Lincoln,  Exhibitioner 

1881  French.     Ferruccio  Virginio  Ernesto  Brughera,  Unattached  Student ;  after- 

wards of  Balliol ;  Scholar 

Victor  Julian  Taylor  Spiers,   Exhibitioner  of  University,  Ex- 
hibitioner 

1882  Italian.    HENBY  EDWABD  HUNTINGTOX,  Keble,  Scholar 

CLOVIS  MAUIUCE  CAMILLE  BEVENOT,  Balliol,  Exhibitioner  \ 
JAMES  CBAWFOBD  LEDLIE,  Scholar  of  Lincoln,  Exhibitioner  $ 


BUBDETT-COUTTS  SCHOLAKSHIPS. 

In  the  year  1860,  Miss  Angela  Burdett-Coutts,  afterwards  Baroness 
Burdett-Coutts,  daughter  and  heiress  of  the  late  Sir  Francis  Burdett, 
Baronet,  having  presented  to  the  University  "  the  Pengelly  Collection  " 
of  Devonshire  Fossils,  proceeded  to  found  two  Scholarships  for  the  pro- 
motion of  "  the  study  of  Geology  and  of  Natural  Science  as  bearing 
on  Geology,"  and  gave  ,£5000  in  £3  per  cent.  Consolidated  Annuities 
for  their  endowment. 

Each  Scholarship  is  tenable  for  two  years.  One  Scholar,  and  one 
only,  is  elected  every  year  in  Lent  Term.  Candidates  must  have 
passed  all  necessary  Examinations  for  the  degree  of  B.A.,  and  not  have 
exceeded  the  twenty-seventh  Term  from  their  matriculation. 

The  Examiners  are  the  Professor  of  Geology  and  two  other  Members 
of  the  University,  of  whom  one  must  be  a  Professor  ;  the  two  latter  being 
nominated,  subject  to  the  approval  of  Convocation,  by  the  Trustees  of 
the  Foundation,  who  are  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  President  of  Magdalen 
College,  and  the  Eegius  Professor  of  Medicine, 

Scholars. 

1861  William  Boyd  Dawkins,  Scholar  of  Jesus 

1862  [No  candidate] 

1863  Joseph  Frank  Payne,  Demy,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Magdalen 

1864  Edward  Langdon,  New  College 

1865  [Noelectionf 

1866  William  Henry  Corfield,  Fellow  of  Pembroke 

1867  Thomas  Heathcote  Gerald  Wyndham,  Oriel ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Merton 

1868  George  Herbert  West,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1869  Edwin  Eay  Lankester,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Fellow  of 

Exeter 

1870  Edmund  Jermyn,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1871  Charles  Samuel  Taylor,  Merton 

1872  [No  candidate] 

1873  Edward  Clemmshaw,  Postmaster  of  Merton 

1874  Robert  Harold  Ainsworth  Schofield,  Scholar  of  Lincoln 

1875  William  Bruce  Clarke,  Pembroke 


160  UNIVEESITY  SCHOLAKSHIPS. 

1876  Arthur  Henry  Shakspere  Lucas,  Balliol 

1877  Joseph  Armitage,  New  College 

1878  Edward  Bagnall  Poulton,  Scholar  of  Jesus 

1879  Algernon  Philips  Thomas,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1880  Henry  Nicholas  Ridley,  Exeter 

1881  Joseph  Baldwin  Nias,  Exeter 

1882  GEORGE  ALFRED  BUCKMASTEB,  Magdalen 

1883  FREDERICK  WILLIAM  ANDHEWES,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


ABBOTT  SCHOLABSHIPS. 

Founded  in  1871  from  a  bequest  by  John  Abbott,  Esq.,  of  ,£6000 
invested  in  ,£3  per  cent.  Consols. 

The  Trustees  are  the  Vice- Chancellor,  the  Kegius  Professors  of 
Divinity  and  of  Greek,  the  Corpus  Professor  of  Latin,  the  Savilian 
Professor  of  Geometry,  the  Sedleian  Professor  of  Natural  Philosophy. 
These  appoint  two  or  more  members  of  Convocation  to  investigate  the 
claims  of  candidates,  and  three  or  more  Examiners  for  each  election, 
which  is  held  annually  in  Easter  Term. 

There  are  three  Scholarships,  tenable  for  three  years,  open  to  sons  of 
clergymen  of  the  Church  of  England  who  need  assistance  to  enable 
them  to  have  a  University  education.  If  matriculated,  they  must  not 
have  exceeded  three  Terms  of  residence,  nor  hold  a  Scholarship  or 
Exhibition  worth  more  than  ,£50  a-year.  Cssteris  paribus  natives  of  the 
West  Hiding  of  Yorkshire  have  the  preference. 

Scholars. 

1872  Robert  Edward  Newport,  Exeter 

1873  Charles  Page  Eden,  Oriel 

1874  Hugh  Salvin  Holme,  Scholar  of  Brasenose 

1875  Augustine  Brutton,  Queen's 

1876  George  Borlase  Childs,  Magdalen 

1877  [No  election] 

1878  Frank  Markland  May,  St.  Edmund  Hall 
Lansdown  Murray  Guilding,  Worcester 

1879  Hugh  Hare,  Scholar  of  Hertford 

1880  [No  election] 

1881  EDWARD  FRANCIS  JOHNS,  Exhibitioner  of  Exeter 
GEORGE  HAROLD  LEWIS,  Corpus 

1882  HENRY  CHARLES  BERNARD  CLAYFORTH,  Exhibitioner  of  Worcester 

1883  J.  E.  JELLY. 


DEEBY  SCHOLAESHIP. 

In  1872  Convocation  agreed  to  found  a  Scholarship  out  of  the 
dividends  upon  about  ,£4300  invested  in  Government  Securities  in 
the  name  of  the  University,  being  the  sum  contributed  in  Lancashire 
in  honour  of  the  late  Edward,  Earl  of  Derby,  E.G.,  Chancellor  of  the 
University. 

The  Trustees  are  the  Lord  Lieutenant  of  Lancashire,  the  Earl  of 
Derby,  the  Chancellor,  the  Vice- Chancellor,  the  two  Burgesses  of  the 
University,  and  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church,  for  the  time  being,  together 


DAVIS   CHINESE   SCHOLARSHIP.  161 

with  the  Eight  Hon.  John,  Lord  Winmarleigh,  so  long  as  he  shall  be 
pleased  to  continue  in  the  trust.  These,  after  defraying  necessary  ex- 
penses from  the  dividends,  pay  the  remainder  to  a  member  of  the 
University,  chosen  by  themselves,  who  has  completed  his  twentieth 
and  not  exceeded  his  twenty -fourth  Term  from  matriculation  on  the  day 
fixed  for  receiving  the  names  of  Candidates. 

Candidates  must  have  obtained  the  following  Academical  distinc- 
tions :— 1.  A  First  Class  in  Litt.  Gr.  et  Lat.  at  the  First  Public  Exam- 
ination. 2.  A  First  Class  in  Litt,  Hum.  at  the  Second  Public 
Examination ;  or  A  Second  Class  in  Litt.  Hum.  at  the  Second  Public 
Examination,  together  with  two  of  the  three  Chancellor's  Prizes,  of 
which  one  must  be  that  for  Latin  "Verse.  3.  Two  out  of  the  three 
Classical  University  Scholarships,  viz.  the  Hertford,  Ireland,  and  Craven 
Scholarships. 

Scholars. 

1873  Alfred  Goodwin,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1874  [No  candidate] 

1875  Henry  Broadbent,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1876  James  Somerville  Lockhart,  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1877  [No  candidate] 

1878  Alfred  Milner,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1879  Robert  Lawrence  Ottley,  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1880  Walter  Scott,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1881  [No  candidate] 

1882  David  Samuel  Margoliouth,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1883  CHABLES  ASHWOKTH  JAMBS,  Fellow  of  Hertford. 

DAVIS  CHINESE  SCHOLAESHIP. 

Sir  John  Francis  Davis,  Bart.,  K.C.B.,  F.E.S.,  D.C.L.  (sometime 
H.  M.  Plenipotentiary  in  China),  having  in  the  year  1876  transferred 
the  sum  of  ,£1666  13*.  4d.  Consols  to  the  University,  for  the  purpose 
of  endowing  a  Scholarship  for  the  encouragement  of  the  study  of 
Chinese  in  such  manner  and  subject  to  such  regulations  as  the  Uni- 
versity should  from  time  to  time  determine,  the  University,  by  a  Statute 
passed  in  January  1877,  enacted  that  there  should  be  a  Scholarship, 
called  the  Davis  Scholarship,  for  proficiency  in  the  Chinese  language 
and  literature,  with  an  annual  stipend  of  £5Q,  payable  terminally, 
open  to  all  members  of  the  University  who,  on  the  day  of  election, 
should  not  have  exceeded  the  twenty-eighth  Term  from  their  matricu- 
lation. 

The  Scholar  is  elected  by  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  President  of 
Corpus  Christi  College  (or,  if  the  President  be  Vice-Chancellor,  the 
Senior  Pro- Vice-Chancellor),  and  the  Professor  of  Chinese,  after  an 
examination  held  by  such  persons  as  they  may  appoint  for  that  purpose, 
the  Professor  himself  being  always  one  of  the  Examiners. 

The  Scholarship  is  -tenable  for  two  calendar  years  from  the  day  of 
election,  provided  the  Scholar  keep  a  statutable  residence  of  not  less 
than  seven  weeks  in  each  Term,  Easter  and  Trinity  Terms  being 
reckoned  as  one,  and  pursue  his  studies  in  Chinese  under  the  advice 
and  supervision  of  the  Professor. 

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162  UNIVERSITY  SCHOLARSHIPS. 

If  at  the  time  of  holding  an  election  the  Electors  do  not  think  any 
of  the  candidates  worthy  of  the  Scholarship,  they  have  power  to  post- 
pone the  election  for  any  period  not  exceeding  two  years,  and,  in  such 
an  event,  to  grant  the  annual  stipend  of  ,£50,  or  any  less  sum,  under 
the  name  of  an  Exhibition,  to  any  person  who  shall  he  certified  to 
them  as  desirous  of  pursuing  the  study  of  Chinese.  The  Exhibition  is 
tenable  during  the  period  for  which  the  election  to  the  Scholarship 
shall  have  been  postponed,  and  under  the  same  conditions  of  residence 
and  study  as  are  applicable  to  the  Scholarship.  , 

Scholars. 

1877  Arthur  Anthony  Macdonell,  Exhibitioner  of  Corpus 

1879  William  Henry  Wilkinson,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1881  William  Coward  Bradley,  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1883  COLIN  CAMPBELL  BBOWN,  Unattached  Student,  Exhibitioner. 


163 


UNIVEESITY   PKIZES. 


THE  Subjects  for  all  Prize  Compositions  are  given  out  by  the  Vice- 
Chancellor,  generally  about  Midsummer  in  each  year  ;  and  at  the  same 
time  the  several  days  are  stated  by  which  the  respective  Compositions 
are  to  be  sent  in  to  the  Registrar.  Each  writer  is  required  to  send  in 
his  Composition  under  a  sealed  cover,  and  to  conceal  his  name,  distin- 
guishing his  Composition  by  what  motto  he  pleases,  and  sending  at  the 
same  time  his  name  under  another  sealed  cover  with  the  same  motto 
written  on  the  outside. 

Such  portions  of  the  successful  Compositions  for  the  Chancellor's,  the 
Newdigate,  the  Stanhope,  and  the  two  Gaisford  Prizes,  as  the  Public 
Orator  and  the  Professor  of  Poetry  appoint,  are  read  each  year  in  the 
Theatre  at  the  Commemoration  of  Founders  and  Benefactors. 

All  unsuccessful  Compositions  are  left  with  the  Registrar,  and  may 
be  received  from  him  at  his  office  within  the  space  of  one  year. 

THE  CHANCELLOR'S  PRIZES. 

LATIN  VEBSE.     ENGLISH  ESSAY.     LATIN  ESSAY. 

The  Earl  of  Lichfield,  who  was  Chancellor  of  the  University  during 
1762 — 1772,  began  the  practice,  since  followed  by  his  successors,  of 
giving  two  annual  Prizes  of  ,£20  each  for  Composition  in  Latin  Verse 
and  in  English  Prose ;  and  Lord  Grenville,  after  his  election  to  the 
same  office  in  1809,  added  a  third  Prize  of  the  same  value  for  Com- 
position in  Latin  Prose,  which  has  likewise  been  continued  by  the 
munificence  of  succeeding  Chancellors. 

The  Prize  for  Latin  Verse  is  confined  to  those  members  of  the 
University  who  have  not  exceeded  four  years  from  their  matriculation  ; 
the  other  two  Prizes  to  those  who  have  exceeded  four  years  but  have 
.  not  completed  seven. 

The  Judges  by  whom  all  these  Prizes  were  awarded  were  originally 
the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  two  Proctors,  the  Public  Orator,  and  the 
Professor  of  Poetry.  The  Judges  of  Latin  Verse  and  Latin  Essays  are 
now  the  Public  Orator,  the  Professor  of  Latin,  and  three  members  of 
Convocation  appointed  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  the  Proctors.  The 
Judges  of  English  Essays  are  the  Public  Orator,  the  Professor  of 
Poetry,  and  three  Members  of  Convocation  appointed  by  the  Vice- 
Chancellor  and  the  Proctors. 

Prize-Men. 

Latin  Verse. 

1769  Ars  Pingendi.    Robert  Holmes,  Fellow  of  New  College  ;  Professor  of  Poetry 

1770  Ars  Medendi.    William  Jackson,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Bishop  of  Oxford 
1773  Kei  Nauticce  Incrementa.    Thomas  Henry  Lowth,  Fellow  of  New  College 


164:  PRIZES. 

1774  "Impellitque  rates  ubi  duxit  aratra  colonus."    Navigable  Canals.    Charles 

Alcock,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1775  Alfredus  Magnus.    John  Warton,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

1776  "  Et  nunc  omnis  ager,  nunc  omnis  parturit  arbos  ; 

Nunc  frondent1  sylvce,  nunc  formosissimm  annus."     The  Spring.     James 
Gumming,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1777  Petrua  Magnus.    Charles  Abbot,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  the  first  Lord  Col- 

chester 

1778  Ars  Botanica.    Charles  Sawkins,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1779  Vis  Electrica.    William  Wyndham  Grenville,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards 

Lord  Grenville ;  Chancellor 

1780  In  Mortem  Jacobi  Cook,  Navigatorie  Celeberrimi.  Richard, Viscount  Wellesley, 

Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Marquess  Wellesley 

1781  Strages  Indica  Occidental.   Charles  Henry  Hall,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Regius 

Professor  of  Divinity ;  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1782  Columbus.    John  James,  Queen's 

1783  Calpe  Obsessa.    William  Lisle  Bowles,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

1784  Globus  Aerostaticus.    Charles  Abbott,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;   the  first  Lord 

Tenterden 

1785  Eoma  ab  Alarico,  Gothorum  Eege,  spoliata.    William  Benwell,  Scholar  of 

Trinity 

1786  Pictura  in  Vitro.    Thomas  Le  Breton,  Pembroke 

1787  Eex,  a  vioJenta  Eegicidce  manu  ereptus,  cum  Eegina  Oxoniam  invisens.   George 

Richards,  Scholar  of  Trinity  ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1788  Ars  Chemice.    Peter  Vaughan,  Merton ;  afterwards  Warden 

1789  Her  ad  Meccam  Eeligionis  causa  susceptum.    George  Canning,  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. 

1790  Howardus  Humanitatis  causa  peregrinans.    Thomas  Penrose,  Fellow  of  New 

College 

1791  Hortus  Anglicus.  "Edward  Cooper,  Queen's 

1792  Maria  Scotorum  Eegina.    John  Richardson,  Scholar  of  University 

1793  Marius  in  Tugurio  Euinarum  Carthaginiensum.    Edward  Copleston,  Scholar 

of  Corpus ;  Provost  of  Oriel ;  Bishop  of  Llandaft' 

1794  Ludi  Scenici.    Christopher  Puller,  Ch.  Ch. 

1795  Classis  Britannica.    George  Baker,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1796  Coloni  in  Africai  Or  am  Occidentalem  missi.    Henry  Atkins,  Fellow  of  New 

College 

1797  Ehenus.    Hon.  William  Herbert,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1798  Vis  Magnetica.    John  Egerton  Rathbone,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1799  Nilus.    Daniel  James  Wrebb,  Corpus 

MX)  Eeligio  Bramce.    John  Josias  Conybeare,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Professor  of 
Anglo-Saxon,  and  of  Poetry 

1801  Carmen  Seculare.      Reginald   Heber,   Brasenose;   Fellow   of  All   Souls; 

Bishop  of  Calcutta 

1802  Fodince..   Christopher  Lipscomb,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  Bishop  of  Jamaica 

1803  Byzantium.    Philip  Nicholas  Shuttleworth,  Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of 

New  College  ;  Bishop  of  Chichester 

1804  Melite.    Charles  Williams,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  New  College 

1805  Natale  Solum.    Edward  Vemon,  Ch.  Ch. 

1806  Trafalgar.    John  Latham,  Brasenose  ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1807  Plata  Fluvius.    William  John  Law,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1808  Delphi.    William  Cleaver,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1809  Corinthus.    Peter  Mere  Latham,  Brasenose  t 

1810  Pyramides  jEgyptiacce.    John  Taylor  Coleridge,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow 

of  Exeter 

1811  Herculaneum.    John  Hughes,  Oriel 

1812  Coloni  ab  Anglia  ad  America  Oram  missi.    Henry  Latham,  Brasenose 

1813  Alexander  Tumulum  Achillis  invisens.    Henry  Hart  Milman,  Brasenose; 

Fellow  ;  Professor  of  Poetry 

1814  Germanicus   Ccesar   Varo  Legionibusque  suprema  solvit.    William  Andrew 

Hammond,  Ch.  Ch. 

1815  Europce  Pacatores  Oxoniam  invisentes.    Alexander  Macdonnell,  Student  of. 

ChTCh. 

1816  Itruidce.    Walter  Hemy  Burton,  Exeter ;  Fellow 

1817  Eegnum  Perdcum  a  Cyrofundatum.  James  Shergold  Boone,  Ch.  Ch.;  Student 


THE  CHANCELLOR'S  :  LATIN  VERSE.  165 

1818  Titus  Hierosolumam  expugnans.    Thomas  Holden  Ormerod,  Fellow  of  New 

College 

1819  Syracuse.    Hon.  Edward  Geoffrey  Smith  Stanley,  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  14th 

Earl  of  Derby ;  Chancellor 

1820  Neic1>  >ni  Si/stcma.  William  Ralph  Churton,  Michel  Exhibitioner  of  Queen's ; 

Fellow  of  Oriel 

1821  Eleusis.    Hon.  George  William  Frederick  Howard,  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  7th 

Earl  of  Carlisle 

1822  Alpes  ab  Annibale  super  atce.    Hon.  Francis  Curzon,  Brasenose 

1823  Ars  Geologica.    Isaac  Williams,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Trinity 

1824  Babylon.    Robert  William  Mackay,  Brasenose 

1825  Incendium  Londinense  anno  1666.   Edward  Powlett  Blunt,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1826  Monies  Pyre ncei.    Francis  Knyvett  Leighton,  Demy  of  Magdalen ;  Warden 

of  All  Souls 

1827  Mexicum.    Charles  Wordsworth,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student ;  Bishop  of  St.  Andrew's 

1828  Machines  Vi  Vaporis  impulsce.    Thomas  Legh  Claughton,  Scholar,  afterwards 

Fellow,  of  Trinity ;  Professor  of  Poetry,  and  Bishop  of  Rochester ;  after- 
wards Bishop  of  St.  Alban's 

1829  M.  T.  Cicero  cum  familiaribus  suis  apud  Tusculum.    John  Eardly  Wilmot, 

Scholar  of  Balliol 

1830  Tyrus.    William  Palmer,  Demy,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Magdalen 

1831  Numantia.    Roundell  Palmer,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen ; 

afterwards  Earl  of  Selborne 

1832  Attila.    John  Thomas,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

1833  Carthago.    William  Norton  Smyth,  Brasenose 

1834  Cicero  ab  exilio  redux  Boman  ingreditur.    Arthur  Kensington,  Scholar,  after- 

wards Fellow,  of  Trinity 

1835  Julianus  Imperator  Templum  Hierosolymitanum  instaurare  aggreditur.  James 

Cowles  Prichard,  Scholar  of  Trinity;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1836  Alexander  ad  Indum.    William  Dickinson,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

1837  Marcus  Crassus  a  Partkis  devictus.    John  James  Randolph,  Student  of  Ch. 

Ch. ;  Fellow  of  Merton 

1838  Hannibal,  patrice,  de/ensionem  suscepturus,  ab  Italia  excitus.    Charles  Francis 

Trower,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1839  Marcus  AtiUus  Regulus  fidem  hostibus  solvit.    William  George  Henderson, 

Demy  of  Magdalen 

1840  Pestis  Londimim  devastans.    Edward  Arthur  Tickell,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1841  Vi(R  per  Angliam  ferro  strata?.    Frederick  Fanshawe,  Scholar  of  Balliol ; 

Fellow  of  Exeter 

1842  Noachi  Diluvium.    [Not  awarded] 

1843  Venetian.    Edward  Walford,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1844  Triumphi  Pompa  apud  Romanes.  Edwin  Palmer,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of 

Balliol,  and  Professor  of  Latin;  Archdeacon  of  Oxford  and  Canon  of  Ch.Ch. 

1845  Numa  Pompilius.    Goldwin  Smith,  Demy  of  Magdalen ;  Fellow  of  Univer- 

sity;  Regius  Professor  of  Modem  History 

1846  Phcenices,  Nechonis  tempore,  Africce  oram  circumnavigantes.    Thomas  Collett 

Sandars,  Scholar  of  Balliol;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1847  Turn's  Londinensis.   John  Conington,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Univer- 

sity ;  Corpus  Professor  of  Latin. 

1848  Tubus  Aetronomicus.    Robert  Falkner  Hessey,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1849  Etruscorum  Sepukhra  nuper  reperta.    Alexander  John  Wallace,  Trinity; 

Postmaster  of  Merton 

1850  Herodotus  apud  Olympiam  Musas  suas  recitans.    John  Hoskyns  Abrahall, 

Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Lincoln 

1851  Parthenonis  Euince.    Charles  Stuart  Blayds,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1852  Avium  Migrationes.    Robert  George  Wyndham  Herbert,  Scholar  of  Balliol ; 

Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

1853  Olisipo  terrce  motu  obruta.    [Not  awarded] 

1854  "Suis  et  ipsa  Roma  virttms  ruit."    Alfred  Blomfield,  Scholar  of  Balliol; 

Fellow  of  All  Souls  ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Colchester 

1855  Israelitce  PalcKstrinam  occupantes.  Robinson  Ellis,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow 

of  Trinity 

1856  Mors  Socratis.    Edward  Charles  Wickham,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1857  Baxutopd.    Charles  Synge  Christopher  Bowen,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow, 

of  Balliol 


166  PRIZES. 

1858  Laciis  Asphaltites.    Joseph  Henry  Warner,  Balliol 

1859  India  Orientalis.   Robert  Samuel  Wright,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1860  Ars  Histrionica.    [Not  awarded] 

1861  TrinacricL    William  Liscombe  Stonhouse,  Brasenose 

1862  Ccesar  in  Senatu  interfectus.    Robert  William  Raper,  Scholar  of  Trinity ; 

Fellow  of  Queen's ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Trinity 

1863  Spelunca  duplex  in  agro  Ephronis.    (Genes,  cap.  xxiii.,  ver.  17,  Vers.  Vulgat.) 

Thomas  Leslie  Papillon,  Scholar  of  Balliol :  Fellow  of  Merton ;  afterwards 
Fellow  of  New  College 

1864  Furculce  Caudince.     William  Moore,  Scholar  of  New  College ;  Fellow  of 

Magdalen 

1865  Dante  Exsiliw*.    Richard  Brooke  Michell,  Balliol 

1866  Neapolis.    Gabriel  Henry  Cremer,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1867  Mdes  Westmonasteriensis.    John  Arthur  Godley,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ; 

Fellow  of  Hertford 

1868  Marathon.    John  William  Stanbridge,  Scholar  of  New  College ;  Fellow  of 

St.  John's 

1869  Exercitus  Indo-Britannicus  ex  Abyssinid  redux.    Joseph  Arderne  Ormerod, 

Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  Jesus 

1870  Avium  Nidificatio.    Frederick  Burn  Harvey,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1871  Sol  Pictor.    Francis  Paget,  Junior,  afterwards  Senior,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1872  Puella  Aurelianensis.    Andrew  Goldie  Wood,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 

1873  Balcmarum  Piscatio.    Alfred  Edmund  Packe,  Ch.  Ch. 

1874  Melita.    William  Hind,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1875  Iceland.    Sidney  Graves  Hamilton,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1876  Orbis  Palceozoicus.    Robert  Lawrence  Ottley,  Scholar  of  Pembroke ;  Senior 

Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1877  Hannibal  ab  Italia  depulsus  suos  adloquitur.    Alfred  Denis  Godley,  Scholar 

of  Balliol 

1878  Ister  Fluvius.   [Not  awarded] 

1879  Naves  Ferratce.    Charles  Ashworth  James,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of 

Hertford 

1880  Elizabetha  Regina,  post  Hispanorum  cladem,  copias  mctrices  alloquitur.  Sidney 

George  Owen,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1881  Arminius.    John  Thomas  Augustus  Haines,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

18S2  Tempe  Grcecis  reddita.    Cecil  Henry  St.  Leger  Russell,  Scholar  of  Trinity 
1883  Scientia  quce  dicitur  Electrica.    WILLIAM  Ross  HABDLE,  Scholar  of  BallioL 
English  Essay. 

1768  Artes  Prosunt  Beipublicce.    George  Croft,  University ;  Fellow 

1769  Onthe  Declension  of  Elegance  among  the  Athenians.    George  Strahan,  Fellow 

of  University 

1770  On  the  Utility  of  Public  Infirmaries.    James  Castley,  Queen's 

1771  On  the  Advantages  and  Disadvantages  of  Travelling  into  Foreign  Countries. 

John  Scott,  University ;  Fellow ;  the  first  Earl  of  Eldon  ;  High  Steward 

1772  On  the  Public  and  Private  Advantages  of  Frugality.    Philip  Fisher,  Fellow  of 

University 

1773  Ars  Mitsica.    Thomas  MiUes,  Queen's ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

1774  Gaming.    Hugh  Morgan,  Brasenese 

1775  On  Sculpture.    John  Grattan,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1776  On  Architecture.    Thomas  Henry  Lowth,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1777  On  the  Art  of  Printing.    Stephen  Street,  Queen's 

1778  Academical  Education.    William  Barrow,  Queen's 

1779  On  the  Affinity  between  Painting  and  Writing  in  point  of  Composition.    Henry 

Addington,  Brasenose  ;  the  first  Viscount  Sidmouth 

1780  On  the  Study  of  Antiquities.    Thomas  Burgess,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Bishop  of 

1781  The  Origin  and  Use  of  Fable.    Scrope  Bernard,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1782  On  Original  Composition.    Abram  Robertson,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Savilian  Professor  of 

Astronomy 

1783  On  the  Use  of  History.    Charles  Thomas  Barker,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1784  On  the  Use  of  Medals.    Charles  Henry  Hall,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;   Regius 

Professor  of  Divinity ;  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1785  On  Dramatic  Composition.    Henry  Blackstone,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1786  On  the  Use-  and  Abuse  of  Satire.    Charles  Abbott,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  the  first 

Lord  Tenterden 


THE  CHANCELLOR'S  :  ENGLISH  ESSAY.  167 

1787  In  what  Arts  liave  the  Moderns  excelled  the  Ancients  ?    William  Ben  well, 

Scholar  of  Trinity 

1788  Refinement.    William  Roberts,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1789  On  the  Characteristic  Differences  between  Ancient  and  Modern  Poetry,  and  the 

several  causes  from  which  they  result.   George  Richards,  Scholar  of  Trinity ; 
Fellow  of  Oriel 

1790  General  Knowledge,  its  real  Nature,  and  the  Advantages  to  be  derived  from  it. 

John  Willing  Warren,  St.  John's ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1791  National  Prejudices,  their  good  and  bad  Affects.    John  Burrows,  Ch.  Ch. 

1792  On  the  Influence  of  Education  and  Government  on  National  Character.    Frod- 

sham  Hodfion,  Brasenose ;  afterwards  Principal,  and  Regius  Professor  of 
Divinity 

1793  Popularity.    William  Elias  Taunton,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1794  Liberty.    John  Bartlam,  Merton 

1795  On  the  Influence  of  a  Religious  Principle.    Henry  Phillpotts,  Scholar  of 

Corpus ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen ;  Bishop  of  Exeter 

1796  On  Agriculture.    Edward  Copleston,  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Oriel ; 

Bishop  of  Llandaff 

1797  On  the  Influence  of  Climate  on  National  Manners  and  Character.    Robert 

Philip  Goodenough,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1798  Chivalry.    Joseph  Phillimore,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Regius  Professor  of  Civil 

Law 

1799  On  Commerce.  Richard  Mant,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Bishop  of  Down  and  Connor 

1800  The  Connection  betioeen  Intellectual  and  Moral  Excellence.    Edward  Miles 

Rudd,  FeUow  of  Oriel 

1801  Use  and  Abuse  of  Eloquence.    Henry  Wintour,  Ch.  Ch. 

1802  Character  and  Doctrines  of  Socrates.    John  Jackson,  Queen's 

1803  Common  Sense.    Daniel  Wilson,  St.  Edmund  Hall ;  Bishop  of  Calcutta 

1804  On  the  Utility  of  Classical  Learning  in  Subserviency  to  Theological  Studies. 

Abel  Dottin  Hendy,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1805  A  Sense  of  Honour.    Reginald  Heber,  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  Bishop  of  Cal- 

cutta 

1806  Posthumous  Fame.    Edward  Garrard  Marsh,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1807  *  Duelling.    John  Taylor  Allen,  Brasenose 

1808  Hereditary  Rank.    Charles  Edward  Grey,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1809  The  Love  of  our  Country.    Charles  Parr  Burney,  Merton 

1810  In  what  Arts  have  the  Moderns  been  less  successful  than  the  Ancients  f  Richard 

Whately,  Oriel  ;-Fellow;  Principal  of  St.  Alban  Hall ;  Archbishop  of  Dublin 

1811  Funeral  and  Sepulchral  Honours.    William  Attfield,  Oriel 

1812  On  Translation  from  Dead  Languages.    John  Keble,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Pro- 

fessor of  Poetry 

1813  Etymology.    John  Taylor  Coleridge,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1814  A  Comparative  Estimate  of  the  English  Literature  of  the  Seventeenth  and 

Eighteenth  Centuries.    Richard  Burdon,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1815  The  Effects  of  distant  Colonization  on  the  Parent  State.    Thomas  Arnold, 

Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History 

1816  A  Comparative  Estimate  of  Sculpture  and  Painting.    Henry  Hart  Milman, 

Fellow  of  Brasenose ;  Professor  of  Poetry ;  afterwards  Dean  of  St.  Paul's 

1817  On  the   Union  of  Classical  with  Mathematical  Studies.     Charles    Atmore 

Ogilvie,  Fellow  of  Balliol ;  Regius  Professor  of  Pastoral  Theology 

1818  Biography.    John  Leycester  Adolphus,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1819  The  Characteristic.  Differences  of  Greek  and  Latin  Poetry.    Samuel  Rickards, 

Fellow  of  Oriel 

1820  The  Influence  of  the  Drama.    Alexander  Macdonnell,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1821  The  Study  of  Modern  History.    Daniel  Keyte  Sandford,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1  In  1805,  the  Kev.  Claudius  Buchanan,  D.D.,  Vice-Provost  of  the  College  of  Fort 
William  in  Bengal,  proposed  a  Prize  of  500Z.  for  the  best  composition  in  English  Prose 
on,  1.  The  Probable  Design  of  the  Divine  Providence  in  subjecting  so  large  a  portion 
of  Asia  to  the  British  Dominions ;  2.  The  Duty,  the  Means,  and  the  Consequences  of 
translating  the  Scriptures  into  the  Oriental  Tongues,  and  of  Promoting  Christian 
Knowledge  in  Asia;  3.  A  Brief  Historic  View  of  the  Progress  of  the  Gospel  in  different 
Nations  since  its  first  Promulgation.  The  Prize  was  adjudged  in  1807  to  the  Kev.  H.  N. 
Pearson,  M.A.,  of  St.  John's  College,  who  printed  it  under  the  title  of  "  A  Dissertation 
on  the  Propagation  of  Christianity  in  Asia,"  4to.  Oxford,  1808. 


168  PEIZES. 

1822  T~he  Study  of  Moral  Evidence.    Walter  Augustus  Shirley,  Fellow  of  New 

College ;  Bishop  of  Sodor  and  Man 

1823  On  Public  Spirit  a  mono  the  Ancients.    Charles  John  Plumer,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1824  Athens  in  the  time  of  Pericles,  and  Borne  in  the  time  of  Augustus.    William 

Ralph  Churton,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1825  Language,  in  its  Copiousness  and  Structure,  considered  as  a  Test  of  National 

Civilization.    James  William  Mylne,  Balliol 

1826  Is  a  Rude  or  a  Eefined  Age  more  favourable  to  the  Production  of  Works  of 

Fiction?    George  Moberly,  Balliol;    afterwards  Fellow,  and  Bishop  of 
Salisbury 

1827  The  Influence  of  the  Crusades  upon  the  Arts  and  Literature  of  Europe.  Frederick 

Oakeley,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1828  The  Domestic  Virtues  and  Habits  of  the  Ancient  Greeks  and  Eomans  compared 

with  those  of  the  more  refined  Nations  of  Modern  Europe.    William  Sewell, 
Fellow  of  Exeter ;  Professor  of  Moral  Philosophy 

1829  The  Power  and  Stability  of  Federative  Governments.  George  Anthony  Denison, 

Fellow  of  Oriel 

1830  The  Character  of  Socrates,  as  described  by  his  disciples  Xenophon  and  Plato 

under  the  different  points  of  view  in  which  it  is  contemplated  by  each  of  them. 
Herman  Merivale,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1831  On  the  Use  and  Abuse  of  Theory.    Charles  Page  Eden,  Oriel ;  Fellow 

1832  The  Study  of  Different  Languages,  as  it  relates  to  tlie  Philosophy  of  the  Human 

Mind.    Benjamin  Harrison,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1833  On  Emulation.    Henry  Wall,  St.  Alban  Hall;  FeUow  of  Balliol;  Professor 

of  Logic 

1834  The  Influence  of  the  Roman  Conquests  upon  Literature  and  the  Arts  in  Rome. 

Joseph  Anstice,  sometime  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1835  The  Influence  of  Ancient  Oracles  on  Public  and  Private  Life.    James  Bowling 

Mozley,  Oriel ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen ;  Regius  Professor  of  Divinity 

1836  The  Effects  of  a  National  Taste  for  general  and  diffusive  Reading.    Henry 

Halford  Vaughan,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History 

1837  The  concurring  Causes  which  assisted  the  promulgation  of  the  Religion  of 

Mahomet.    Piers  Calveley  Claughton,  Fellow  of  University;  Bishop  of 
Colombo 

1838  The  Tests  of  National  Prosperity  considered.    Thomas  Henry  Haddan,  Fellow 

of  Exeter 

1839  The  Classical  Taste  and  CJiaracter  compared  with  the  Romantic.    Thomas 

Dehaney  Bernard,  Exeter 

1840  Do  States,  like  Individuals,  inevitably  tend,  after  a  certain  period  of  maturity, 

to  decay  ?    Arthur  Penrhyn  Stanley,  Fellow  of  University ;  Regius  Pro- 
fessor of  Ecclesiastical  History ;  afterwards  Dean  of  Westminster 

1841  The  Pleasures  and  Advantages  of  Literary  Pursuits,  compared,  with  those  which 

arise  from  tlie  excitement  of  Political  Life.    George  Marshall,  Student  of 
Ch.  Ch. 

1842 l  The  Influence  of  the  Science  of  Political  Economy  upon  the  Moral  and  Social 
Welfare  of  a  Nation.    James  Anthony  Fronde,  Oriel ;  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1843  The  Advantages  and  Disadvantages  of  the  Feudal  System.    Henry  Boothby 

Barry,  Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1844  The  Principles  and  Objects  of  Human  Punishments.     Constantine   Estlin 

Prichard,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1845  The  Causes  and  Consequences  of  National  Revolutions  amongst  the  Ancients 

and  the  Moderns  compared.    Samuel  Lucas,  Queen's 

1846  Effects  of  the  Conquest  of  England  by  the  Normans.    Chichester  Samuel  For- 

tescue,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.,  afterwards  Lord  Carlingford 

1847  The  Political  and  Social  Benefits  of  the  Reformation  in  England.    Goldwin 

Smith,  Stowell  Fellow,  afterwards  Fellow  of  University;  Regius  Professor 

1848  Respective  Effects  of  the  Fine  Arts  and  Mechanical  Skill  on  National  Character. 

John  Conington',  Fellow  of  University ;  Corpus  Professor  of  Latin 

1  In  1840  a  Prize  of  4001.  was  given  by  some  unknown  benefactor,  through  the  handa 
of  the  Bishop  of  Calcutta,  for  the  best  Essay  in  Refutation  of  Hinduism,  to  be  decided 
in  1842.  It  was  awarded  to  the  Rev,  John  Brande  Morris,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Exeter 
College. 


THE  CHANCELLOR'S  :  ENGLISH  ESSAY.  169 

1849  Literature  and  Science  compared  in  their  effects  upon  a  Nation.    Edward 

St.  John  Parry,  Balliol 

1850  The  Ancient*  <ai<l  Moderns  compared  in  regard  to  the  Administration  of  Justice. 

Geo.  Osbome  Morgan,  Scholar  of  Worcester ;  Stowell  Fellow  of  University 

1851  What  form- of  Political  Constitution  is  most  favourable  to  the  cultivation  of  the 

Fine  Arts?  Charles  Savile  Currer,  Fellow  of  Merton;  afterwards  C.  8. 
Roundell 

1852  Centralization,  its  Benefits  and  Disadvantages.      Hans  William  Sotheby, 

Fellow  of  Exeter 

1853  Popular  Poetry  considered  as  a  Test  of  National  Character.    Starling  William 

Day,  Scholar  of  Wadham 

1854  The  Effects  qf  Commerce  upon  diristianity.    William   Henry   Fremantle, 

Balliol;  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1855  The  different  Principles  on  which  the  chief  Systems  of  Popular  Representation 

have  been  based  in  ancient  and  modern  times.  George  Charles  Brodrick, 
Balliol ;  Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  Merton 

1856  The  Reciprocal  Action  of  the  Physical  and  Moral  Condition  of  Countries  upon 

each  other.    Samuel  Harvey  Reynolds,  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1857  Comparison  of  the  Moral  Results  of  the  Grecian  and  Egyptian  Mythology.  Henry 

Stewart  Cunningham,  Trinity 

1858  The  Greatness  and  Decline  of  Venice.    Lewis  Morris,  Jesus 

1859  The  Effect  produced  by  the  Precious  Metals  of  America  on  the  Greatness  and 

Prosperity  of  Spain.    William  Edward  Hall,  University 

1860  The  Advantages  and  Disadvantages  of  Charitable  Endowments,  especially  for 

purposes  of  Education.  Thomas  Erskine  Holland,  Fellow  of  Exeter ;  after- 
•wards  Fellow  of  All  Souls;  Chichele  Professor  of  International  Law  and 
Diplomacy 

1861  The  Genius  of  Chaucer.    Robert  Samuel  Wright,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1862  An  Estimate  of  the  value  and  influence  of  Works  of  Fiction  in  modern  times. 

Thomas  H.  Green,  Fellow  of  Balliol ;  Whyte's  Professor  of  Moral  Philosophy 

1863  The  Renaissance.    John  Addington  Symonds,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1864  The  Relations  of  Civilized  with  Uncivilized  Races.    Thomas  Kelly  Cheyne, 

Scholar  of  Worcester ;  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1865  Instinct.   Francis  Allston  Channing,  Scholar  of  Exeter ;  Fellow  of  University 

1866  Autobiography.    Arthur  Octavius  Prickard,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1867  The  Use  of  the  Classics  as  an  Instrument  of  Christian  Education.    William 

Henry  Simcox,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1868  The  Genius  of  Spenser.    William  John  Courthope,  New  College 

1869  The  Office  and  Limits  of  Literary  Criticism.    Henry  de  Burgh  Rollings, 

Fellow  of  Corpus 

1870  The  Reciprocal  Influence  on  each,  other  of  National  Character  and  National 

Language.    Henry  Francis  Pelham,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1871  The  Universities  of  the  Middle  Ages.    [Not  awarded] 

1872  The  Effects  of  Steam  Power  on  the  Condition  of  a  Nation.    Thomas  Stewart 

Omond,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1873  The  Effects  of  Continued  War  upon  a  Nation.    Andrew  Goldie  Wood,  Scholar 

of  Pembroke 

1874  The  shoi-t  periods  during  which  Art  has  remained  at  its  zenith  in  various 

countries.    Gerard  Baldwin  Brown,  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1875  Utopias,  Ancient  and  Modern.    Andrew  Cecil  Bradley,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1876  The  political  and  social  results  of  the  absorption  of  small  States  by  large.    George 

Smythe  Baden-Powell,  Balliol 

1877  The  influence  of  the  School-men  upon  Modern  Literature.    Eobert  Jocelyn 

Alexander,  Brasenose 

1878  Symptoms  of  Decline  in  Races.   George  Spencer  Bower,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1879  Historical  Criticism  among  the  Ancients.    [Not  awarded] 

1880  Under  what  Conditions  is  Naval  Supremacy  Acquired  and  Maintained  by 

National    Frederic  Thomas  Dalton,  Corpus 

1881  The  Development  of  English  Prose  Style.     Charles  Eobert  Leslie  Fletcher, 

Demy  of  Magdalen ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1882  Sicily,  its  Place  in  Ancient  History,  Literature  and  Art.    Andrew  Potts,  Un- 

attached Student 

1883  The  Universities  of  the  Middle  Ages.   HASTINGS  BASHDALL,  late  Scholar  of  New 

College 


170  PHIZES. 

Latin  Essay. 

1810  In  Philosophia,  qua  de  Vita  et  Moribus  est,  illustranda,  qucenam  prcecipue 

Sermonum  Socraticorumfuit  Excellentia?    John  Miller,  Worcester 

1811  De  Styli    Ciceroniani,  in  Diversa   Materie,  Varietate.    Charles   Bathurst, 

Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1812  Xenopliontis  res  bellicas,  quibus  ipse  interfuit,  narrantis  cum  Ccesare  compa- 

ratio.    John  Keble,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Professor  of  Poetry 

1813  Quam  vim  in  moribus  Populi  Romani  corrigendis  habuerit  Potestas  Censwia  f 

John  Taylor  Coleridge,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1814  De  Ephororum  *apud  Lacedcemonios  Magistratu.    Renn  Dickson  Hampden, 

Oriel ;  Fellow;  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall,  Regius  Professor  of  Divinity ; 
Bishop  of  Hereford 

1815  In  ilia  Philosophice  parte  quce  Moralis  dicitur  tractanda,  qucenam  sit  prcecipue 

Aristotelicce  Disciplines  Virtus  ?    Charles  Giles  Bridle  Daubeny,  Demy  of 
Magdalen ;  Professor  of  Chemistry,  and  of  Botany 

1816  In  Historia  scribenda  qucenam  sit  prcecipue  inter  Auctores  veteres  et  novos 

Differentia  f    Henry  Hart  Milman,  Fellow  of  Brasenose,  afterwards  Dean 
of  St.  Paul's 

1817  Quam  vim  habeat  ad  informandos  Juvenum  animos  Poetarum  lectio  f   Thomas 

Arnold,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1818  Quam  vim  in  moribus  Populi  conformandis  exhibeant  Rerum  publicarum  subitce 

mutationes  f    Samuel  Hinds,  Queen's ;  Bishop  of  Norwich 

1819  Qucenam  fuerint  prcecipue  in  causa  quod  Roma  de  Carthagine  triumphant  1 

Alexander  Macdonnell,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1820  Qucenam  fuerit  Concilii  Amphictyonici  constitutio,  et  quam  vim  in  tuendis 

Grcecice  libertatibus  et  in  populorum  moribus  formandis  habuerit  f    James 
Shergold  Boone,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1821  De  Auguriis  et  Auspiciis  apud  Antiques.    Charles  John  Plumer,  Fellow  of 

1822  An  re  vera  prcevaJuerit  apud  Eruditiores  Antiquorum  Polytheismus.    John 

Bridges  Ottley,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1823  Conditio  Servorum  apud  Antiques.  Edward  Wickham,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1824  Coloniarum  apud  Grcecos  et  Romanos  inter  se  Comparatio.    Edward  Bouverie 

Pusey,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Regius  Professor  of  Hebrew 

1825  De  Tribunitia  apud  Romanos  Potestate.  Frederick  Oakeley,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow 

ofBalliol 

1826  Quibus  prcecipue  de  causis  in  Artium  Liberalium  Studiis  Romani  Grcecis  vix 

pares,  nedum  superiores,  evaserint.    [Not  awarded] 

1827  Lex  apud  Romanos  Afjraria.    William  John  Blake,  Ch-Ch. 

1828  Unde  evenit   ut  Artium  Liberalium  Studiis  prcestantissiraus  quisque  apud 

singutas  Civitates  eodem  fere  seculo  floruerit  ?    George  Anthony  Denison, 
Fellow  of  Oriel 

1829  Quibus  potissimum  Raiionibus  Gentes  a  Romanis  debellatce  ita  afflcerentur,  ut 

cum  Victoribus   in   unius  Imperil  Corpus  coaluerint?    William  Sewell, 
Fellow  of  Exeter;  Professor  of  Moral  Philosophy 

1830  Utrum  apud  Grcecos  an  apud  Romanos  magis  exculta  fuerit  Civilis  Scientia  f 

Anthony  Grant,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1831  Qucenam  fuerit  Oratorum  Atticorum  apud  Populum  auctoritasf     Charles 

Wordsworth,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Bishop  of  St.  Andrew's 

1832  De  Stoicorum  Disciplina.    Thomas  Legh  Claughton,  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  Pro- 

fessor of  Poetry ;  Bishop  of  Rochester  ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  St.  Alban's 

1833  De  Atticorum  Comcedia.    William  Palmer,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1834  De  Provinciarum  Romanarum   administrandarum  Ratione.    Robert  Scott, 

Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  Master  of  Balliol ;  Professor  of  Exegesis ;  afterwards 
Dean  of  Rochester 

1835  De  Jure  Clienteles  apud  Romanos.    Roundell  Palmer,  Fellow  of  Magdalen ; 

afterwards  Earl  of  Selborne 

1836  Antiquorum  Romanorum  in  piiblicis  operibus  Magnificentia.    [Not  awarded] 

1837  Quibus  de  causis  fiat  plerumque  ut  instituta  ac  mores  Orientalium  cegrius  inu- 

tentur  quam  ncstra.    [Not  awarded] 

1838  An  recte  dicatur  caruisse  veteres  ea  forma  Concilii  Publici,  qua  selecti  quidam 

pro  universis  statuuntur  f    William  Dickenson,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

1839  Qucenam  sint  erga  RempuUicam  Academice  officia.   Arthur  Penrhyn  Stanley, 

Fellow  of  University ;  Regius  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical  History ;  after- 
wards Dean  of  Westminster 


THE  CHANCELLOR'S  :  LATIN  ESSAY.  171 

1840  Miles  Romanus  quando  primum,  et  quilms  de  causis,  cceperit  libertati  Civium 

obesse  f  William  Charles  Lake,  Fellow  of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Dean  of 
Durham 

1841  De  Etruscorum  cultu,  legflms,  et  moribus,  eorumque  apud  Romanes  vestigiis. 

Benjamin  Jowett,  Fellow,  afterwards  Master,  of  Balliol ;  Eegius  Professor 
of  Greek 

1842  De  re  frumentaria  apud  AtJienienses.    William  George  Henderson,  Demy  of 

Magdalen 

1843  Quoenam  fuerit  publicorum  certaminum  apud  antiques  vis  et  utiUtas.    Ealph 

Robert  Wheeler  Lingen,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1844  Literarum  Humaniorum  UtiUtas.    Harris  Smith,  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1845  De  Online  Equeslri  apud  Romanes.    George  Granville  Bradley,  Fellow,  then 

Master,  of  University ;  afterwards  Dean  of  Westminster 

1846  Qucenam  fuerit  Mulierum  apud  veteres  Grcecos  conditio.    Goldwin  Smith, 

Demy  of  Magdalen ;  Fellow  of  University ;  Regius  Professor  of  Modern 
History 

1847  Quatenus  Reipublicce  intersit,  ut  Jurisprudent  Romanorum  inter  liter  as  fere 

Immaniores  colenda  proponatur.  Edwin  Palmer,  Fellow  of  Balliol;  after- 
wards Corpus  Professor  of  Latin ;  then  Archdeacon  of  Oxford  and  Canon 
ofCh.Ch. 

1848  Qucenam  prcecipue  fuerint  in  causa,  cur  gentes  mercaturaflorentissimce  nusquam 

diuturnce  extiterint.  Thomas  Valpy  French,  Scholar,  then  Fellow,  of  Uni- 
versity ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Lahore 

1849  Qucenam  fuerit  Platonis  Idea  in  Politia  ma  conscribenda.   John  Conington, 

Fellow  of  University ;  Corpus  Professor  of  Latin 

1850  Quam  ob  rem  tanto  studio  apud   Grcecos  servata  fuerint,  tanto   neglectu 

apud  Eomanos  obruta,  Artis  Poeticce  primordia.  Edward  St.  John  Parry, 
Balliol 

1851  Demosthenis  et  Ciceronis  inter  se  com,paratio.    Henry  Earle  Tweed,  Scholar  of 

Trinity ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1852  Qucenam  Ingenii  virtutes  ad  Historias  scribendas  potissimum  conducant.  Henry 

Parker,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1853  Quibus  prcecipue  de  causis  in  Artium  Liberalium  Studiis  Romani  Greeds  vix 

pares,  nedum  super iores,  evaserint.    George  Ridding,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1854  Qucenam  fuerint  prcecipue  in  causa  quod  Arislotelis  philosophia  in  Scholis  prce- 

valuerit.    [Not  awarded] 

1855  Morwn  Pkuosophi  apud  Grcecos  et  Romanes  inter  se  comparati.   John  Edward 

White,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1856  Scientiarum  Pnysicarum  Progressus.    Hemming  Robeson,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1857  Gentes  Navibus  insignes  cum  Gentibus  Milite  pollentibus  comparatce.    Edward 

Charles  Wickham,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1858  Utrum  bene  an  male  de  Populo  Romano  meritus  sit  Constantinus,  qui  sedem 

Imperil  Byzantium  transtulerit.  William  Walter  Merry,  sometime  Scholar 
of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;  Public  Orator 

1859  Quatenus  fabulce  credendum  sit  de  Arpjonautarum  cursu  maritime  f    David 

Binning  Monro,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Oriel 

1860  Versabor  in  re  multum  qucesita ;  utrum  suffragia  clam  an  palam  j'erre  melius 

esset.  Cic.  de  Legg.  iii.  15.  Reginald  Broughton,  Scholar  of  Balliol; 
Fellow  of  Hertford 

1861  Utrum  Ccesar  Augustus  bene  de  populo  Romano  meruerit.    James  Lee-Warner, 

Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  University 

1862  Quceritur  quisnam  sit  finis  statuendus  in  egenis  publice  aut  privatim  sublevandis. 

James  Bryce,  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Regius  Professor  of  Civil  Law 

1863  Quibusnam  prcecipue  de  causis  exortum  sit  bettum  civile  Americanum.    Henry 

Nettleship,  Fellow  of  Lincoln  ;  Corpus  Professor  of  Latin 

1864  De  Niebuhrii  mentis  in  Histuria  Romano  investiganda.    George  Augustus 

Simcox,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1865  Halicarnassm.    [Not  awarded] 

1866  Thucy dicks  et  Tacitus  inter  se  comparati.   John  Wordsworth,  Scholar  of  New 

College  ;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1867  De  Scenica  Poesi  Romanorum.    Arthur  Octavius  Prickard,  Fellow  of  New 

College 

1868  Qucenam  sit  MytJiologicce,  quam  vocant,  scientice  utiUtas  f  Edward  Lee  Hicks, 

Fellow  of  Corpus 


172  PRIZES. 

1869  Utrum  prodesse  an  dbesse  ReipuUicce  censendce  sint  Operariorum  Societates. 

(Trades  Unions).    Clifton  Wilbraham  Collins,  Magdalen. 

1870  Qucenam  prcecipue  sint  in  causa  cur  Tragcedia,  ante  has  tercentum  annos  in 

Anrilia  florentissima,  hodie  langueat.    [Not  awarded] 

1871  Qucenam  fuerint  prcedpue  in  causa  quod  Scoti  cum  Anglis  in  unius  Imperii 

corpus  tarn  cito  coaluerint  ?    Francis  David  Morice,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1872  Num  in  Republica  fceminarum  jura  et  virorum  exccquari  debeant.    George 

Edward  Jeans,  Scholar  of  Pembroke  ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1873  Qucenam  fuerit  r ever  a  Epicureorum  PMlo&opMa.   John  Cook  Wilson,  Scholar 

of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1874  De  CdUmiie  apud  Romanes  militaribm.   Eeginald  Merrick  Fowler,  Scholar  of 

Pembroke 

1875  Ttberii  Imperatwis  Ingenium.    Henry  Broadbent,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1876  Linguce  Latince  origines.    [Not  awarded] 

1877  Quomodo  in  antiquis  civitatibus  pauperes  indigentesque  publice  aut  privatim 

sullevabantur  ?    Charles  Prestwood  Lucas,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1878  Quatenus  provecta  sit  scientia  nostra  antiquissimorum  temporum  effossis  nuper 

ad  Trojam,  Olympiam,  Mycenas,  thesauris  et  sepulchris.    [Not  awarded] 

1879  Literce  Grcecce  apud  Reges  Ptolemceos.     Alfred  Denis  Godley,  sometime 

Scholar  of  Balliol 

1880  Puerorum  institutio  apud  Rcymanos.    Walter  Scott,  Fellow  of  Merton 

1881  Quceruntur  causce  cur  Romani  diversas  gentes  in  unum  imperil  corpus  componere 

certisque  administrandi  rationibus  regere  potuerint,  cum  Grceci  ad  lianc  rem 
parum  fuerint  idonei.    John  Henry  Muirhead,  Balliol 

1882  Ad  literas  et  artes  Grcecorum  quid  contulerint  JEgyptii.  Sidney  George  Owen, 

Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1883  Antiquarum  gentium  Navigationes.    [Not  awarded] 

ENGLISH  VERSE. 
SIR  BOGEB  NKWDIGATE'S  PRIZE. 

Prizes  for  Compositions  in  English  Verse  were  occasionally  given 
many  years  ago  by  benefactors  whose  names  were  not  proclaimed  at 
the  time  and  are  not  known  now.  Among  others,  Sir  Eoger  Newdigate, 
Baronet,  of  Arbury  in  Warwickshire,  D.C.L.,  of  University  College, 
sometime  Burgess  for  the  University,  who  died  at  a  very  advanced  age 
in  1806,  gave  in  the  last  year  of  his  life  a  Prize  for  "  a  copy  of  English 
"  Verse  of  fifty  lines  and  no  more  in  recommendation  of  the  study  of  the 
"  ancient  Greek  and  Eoman  remains  of  Architecture,  Sculpture,  and 
"Painting;"  and  by  his  Will  he  bequeathed  the  sum  of  ,£1000,  (by 
which,  when  invested  with  accumulations,  the  sum  of  about  £1550  in 
£3  per  cent.  Consolidated  Annuities  was  purchased,)  directing  that 
£21  out  of  the  dividends  should  be  paid  annually  as  a  Prize  for  a  similar 
poem,  and  that  the  surplus  should  help  to  form  a  fund  for  the  improve- 
ment of  the  Master's  Lodgings  at  University  College.  After  the  very 
inconvenient  restrictions  imposed  by  the  Founder  had  been  endured  for 
seventeen  years,  1810 — 1826,  they  were  removed  with  the  consent  of  his 
heir  and  representative  ;  and  from  that  time  there  has  been  no  precise 
limitation  either  of  the  length  of  the  Poems  or  of  the  range  of  the 
Subjects. 

The  Prize,  like  the  Chancellor's  Prize  for  Latin  Verse,  is  confined  to 
those  members  of  the  University  who  have  not  exceeded  four  years  from 
their  matriculation. 

The  Judges  are  the  Public  Orator,  the  Professor  of  Poetry,  and  three 
Members  of  Convocation  appointed  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  and  the 
Proctors. 


ENGLISH  VERSE.  173 

Prtze-Men. 

1768  Tlie  Conquest  of  Quebec.    Middleton  Howard,  Wadham 

1771  Tlie  Love  of  our  Country.    Christopher  Butson,  Fellow  of  New  College ; 

Bishop  of  Clonfert 

1772  Beneficial  Effects  of  Inoculation.    William  Lipscomb,  Scholar  of  Corpus. 
1791   The  Aboriginal  Britons.    George  Eichards,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1803  Palestine.    Beginald  Heber,'  Brasenose ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  Bishop  of 
Calcutta 

1806  Travels  of  Discovery  into   the  Interior  of  Africa.    Henry  Allen  Johnson, 

Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

A  Recommendation  of  fhe  Study  of  the  Remains  of  ancient  Grecian  and  Roman 

Architecture,  Sculpture,  and  Painting.    (.Newdigate.)    John  Wilson,  Mag- 
dalen 

1807  Moses,  under  the  direction  of  Divine  Providence,  conducting  the  Children  of 

Israel  from  Egypt  to  the  Promised  Land.    Matthew  Eolleston,  Scholar, 
afterwards  Fellow,  of  University 

1808  Mahomet.    Matthew  Eolleston,  again 

1809  John  the  Baptist.    Charles  Henry  Johnson,  Brasenose 

1810  The  Statue  of  the  Dying  Gladiator.    George  Eobert  Chinnery,  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. 

1811  Parthenon.    Bichard  Burdon,  Oriel ;  Fellow 

1812  The  Belvidere  Apollo.    Henry  Hart  Milman,  Brasenose ;  Fellow ;  Professor 

of  Poetry ;  afterwards  Dean  of  St.  Paul's 

1813  The  Pantheon.    Francis  Hawkins,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1814  Niobe.    John  Leycester  Adolphus,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1815  The  Temple  of  Theseus.    Samuel  Eickards,  Oriel ;  Fellow 

1816  The  Horses  of  Lysippus.    Alexander  Macdonnell,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1817  The  Farnese  Hercules.    James  Shergold  Boone,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Student 

1818  The  Coliseum.    Thomas  Holden  Ormerod,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1819  The  Iphigenia  of  Timanthes.    Henry  John  Urquhart,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1820  The  Temple  of  Diana  at  Ephesus.    William  Ewart,  Ch.  Ch. 

1821  Pcestum.  Hon.  George  William  Frederick  Howard,Ch.Ch.;  7th  Earl  of  Carlisle 

1822  Palmyra.  Ambrose  Barber,  Wadham 

1823  Stonehenge.    Thomas  Stokes  Salmon,  Brasenose 

1824  The  Arch  of  Titus.    John  Thomas  Hope,  Ch.  Ch. 

1825  The  Temple  of  Vesta  at  Tivoli.    Eichard  Clerk  Sewell,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1826  Trajan's  Pillar.    William  WTalter  Tireman,  Wadham ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1827  Pompeii.    Eobert  Stephen  Hawker,  Magdalen  Hall 

1828  Richard  Cceur  de  Lion.    Joseph  Anstice,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1829  Voyages  of  Discovery  to  the  Polar  Regions.   Thomas  Legh  Claughton,  Scholar, 

afterwards  Fellow,  of  Trinity ;  Professor  of  Poetry ;  Bishop  of  Eochester ; 
afterwards  Bishop  of  St.  Alban's 

1830  The  African  Desert.  .  George  Kettilby  Eickards,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Michel 

Fellow  of  Queen's 

1831  The  Suttees.    Percy  Macaulay  Ashworth,  Wadham 

1832  Staffa.    Eoundell  Palmer,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen ;  after- 

wards Earl  of  Selborne 

1833  Granada.    John  Graham,  Wadham 

1834  Tlie  Hospice  of  St.  Bernard.    Joseph  Arnould,  Scholar  of  Wadham 

1835  The  Burning  of  Moscow.    William  Eobert  Seymour  Fitz-Gerald,  Oriel 

1836  The  Knights  of  St.  John.    Frederick  William  Faber,  Scholar,  afterwards 

Fellow,  of  University 

1837  The  Gypsies.    Arthur  Penrhyn  Stanley,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Eegius  Professor 

of  Ecclesiastical  History;  afterwards  Dean  of  Westminster 

1838  The  Exile  of  St.  Helena.    Joseph  Henry  Dart,  Exeter 

1839  Salsette  and  Elephanta.    John  Euskin,  Ch.  Ch. ;  Slade  Professor  of  Fine  Art 

1840  The  Judgment  of  Brutus.    Lewis  Gidley,  Exeter 

1841  The  Sandwich  Islands.    Samuel  Lucas,  Queen's 

1842  Charles  the  Twelfth.    John  Campbell  Shairp,  Balliol ;  Professor  of  Poetry 

1843  Cromwell,    Matthew  Arnold,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Professor 

of  Poetry 

1844  The  Battle  of  the  Nile.    Joseph  Lloyd  Brereton,  Scholar  of  University 

1845  Petra.    John  William  Burgon,  Worcester;   Fellow  of  Oriel;  afterwards 

Dean  of  Chichester 


174  ,         PRIZES. 

1846  Settlers  in  Australia.    George  Osborne  Morgan,  Balliol ;  Stowell  Fellow  of 

University 

1847  Prince  Charles  Edward,  after  the  Battle  of  Culloden.  John  Adams,  Magdalen- 

Hall 

1848  Columbus  in  Chains.    Charles  Blackstone,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1849  Ccesar's  Invasion  of  Britain.     [Not  awarded! 

1850  The  Niger.    William  Allen  Russell,  Magdalen  Hall 

1851  Nineveh.  Alfred  William  Hunt,  Scholar,  afterwards  Hon.  Fellow,  of  Corpus 

1852  The  Feast  of  Belshazzar.    Edwin  Arnold,  University 

1853  The  Euins  of  Egyptian  Thebes.  Samuel  Harvey  Reynolds,  Scholar  of  Exeter ; 

Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1854  The  Martyrs  of  Vienne  and  Lyons.    Frederick  George  Lee,  St.  Edmund  Hall 

1855  The  Mosque  rising  in  the  place  of  the  Temple  of  Solomon.    Edward  Haydon 

Osborn,  St.  John's ;  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1856  Alfred  the  Great  contemplating  Oxford  University  at  the  present  day.   William 

Powell  James,  Scholar  of  Oriel 

1857  The  Temple  of  Janus.    Philip  Stanhope  Worsley,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1858  The  Discovery  of  the  North-west  Passage.    Francis  Law  Latham,  Scholar  of 

Brasenose 

1859  Lucknow.    Anthony  Stocker  Aglen,  Scholar  of  University 

1860  TheEscurial.    John  Addington  Symonds,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

1861  The  Vikings.    John  White,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1862  Julian  the  Apostate.    Arthur  Compton  Auchmuty,  Scholar  of  Lincoln 

1863  Coal  Mines.  Thomas  Llewelyn  Thomas,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Jesus 

1864  The  Three  Hundredth  Anniversary  of  the  Birth  of  Shakspea,re.    William  John 

Courthope,  New  College 

1865  Mexico.    Frederic  Dobree  Teesdale,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1866  Virgil  reading  his  Mneid  to  Augustus  and  Octavia.    George  Yeld,  Scholar  of 

Brasenose 

1867  Marie  Antoinette.    Robert  Campbell  Moberly,  Scholar  of  New  College; 

Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1868  The  Catacombs.     John  Alexander  Stewart,  Scholar  of  Lincoln;   Senior 

Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1869  Charlemagne-    Herbert  Baring  Garrod,  Postmaster  of  Merton 

1870  Margaret  of  Anjou.    John  Huntley  Skrine,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of 

Merton 

1871  The  Isthmus  of  Suez.    William  Hurrell  Mallock,  Balliol 

1872  The  Burning  of  Paris.    Francis  Grenville  Cholmondeley,  Junior  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1873  St.  Louis.    Cecil  Moore,  Exeter 

1874  The  Last  of  the  Bed  Indians.    Robert  Jocelyn  Alexander,  Brasenose 

1875  Livingstone.    George  Earle  Buckle,  Scholar  of  New  College  ;  Fellow  of  All 

Souls 

1876  Troy.    William  Money  Hardinge,  Balliol 

1877  The  Battle  of  Stamford  Bridge.    John  Brooks,  Merton 

1878  Eavenna.    Oscar  O'Flahertie  Wilde,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1879  lona.    Thomas  Mosse  Macdonald,  Exhibitioner  of  Brasenose 

1880  Sir  Walter  Ealeigh.    James  Rennell  Rodd,  Balliol 

1881  Thermopylae.    John  William  Mackail,  Exhibitioner,  afterwards  Fellow,  of 

1882  The  Fall  of  Carthage.    Dugald  Sutherland  MacColl,  Scholar  of  Lincoln 

1883  Inez  de  Castro.    JOHN  BOWYEB  BUCHANAN  NICHOLS,  Balliol. 

ELLEETON  THEOLOGICAL  ESSAY. 

In  the  year  1825  Edward  Ellerton,  D.D.,  Fellow  of  Magdalen  College, 
in  order  to  encourage  theological  learning,  founded  an  annual  Prize  of 
.£21,  (which  he  secured  upon  an  estate  at  Horspath  in  Oxfordshire,) 
for  an  English  Essay  "  on  some  doctrine  or  duty  of  the  Christian 
"  Eeligion,"  or  "  on  some  of  the  points  on  which  we  differ  from  the 
" Eomish  Church,"  or  "on  any  other  subject  of  Theology  which  shall 
"  be  deemed  meet  and  useful." 


ELLERTON  THEOLOGICAL  ESSAY.  175 

The  Prize  is  open  to  all  members  of  the  University  who  have  passed 
the  Examination  for  the  degree  of  B.A.,  and  who  have  commenced  the 
sixteenth  Term  from  their  matriculation  for  the  space  of  eight  weeks 
previously  to  the  day  appointed  for  sending  in  the  Essays,  and  have  not 
exceeded  the  twenty-eighth  Term  from  their  matriculation  on  the  day 
on  which  the  Subject  of  the  Essay  is  proposed.  The  subject  is  to  be 
given  out  in  Act  Term  before  the  Commemoration,  and  the  Essays  are 
to  be  sent  in  on  or  before  the  first  day  of  Easter  Term. 

The  successful  Essay  is  read  in  the  Divinity  School  on  some  day 
appointed  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  in  the  week  before  the  Commemor- 
ation. 

The  Judges,  who  appoint  the  Subject  and  award  the  Prize,  are  the 
President  of  Magdalen  College  and  the  Regius  and  Margaret  Professors 
of  Divinity.  In  case  the  President  should  be  a  layman  the  Master  of 
University  is  to  act  in  his  stead. 

Prize-Men. 

1826  The  Operation  of  Human  Causes  only  will  not  sufficiently  account  for  the  Propa- 

gation of  Christianity.    Thomas  William  Carr,  Brasenose 

1827  What  was  the  object  of  the  Eeformers  in  maintaining  the  following  proposition, 

and  by  what  arguments  did  they  establish  it  ?  "  Holy  Scripture  is  the  only 
sure  foundation  of  any  Article  of  Faith."  Frederick  Oakeley,  Ch.  Ch. ; 
Fellow  of  Balliol 

1828  The  Faith  of  tlie  Apostles  in  the  Divine  Mission  of  our  Saviour  was  not  the  result 

of  weakness  or  delusion,  but  of  reasonable  conviction.  Charles  Abel  Heurtley, 
Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Margaret  Professor  of  Divinity 

1829  What  were  the  Causes  of  the  Persecution  to  which  the  Christians  were  subject  in 

the  first  centuries  of  Christianity  f  William  Jacobson,  sometime  Scholar  of 
Lincoln ;  Regius  Professor  of  Divinity ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Chester 

1830  Wliether  the  doctrine  of  One  God,  differing  in  His  Nature  from  all  other  beings, 

was  held  by  any  Heathen  Nation  or  Sect  of  Philosophers  before  the  Birth  of 
Christ  f  Charles  Page  Eden,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1831  The  Evidence  deduced  from  Prophecy  in  Support  of  the  Truth  of  Christianity. 

Benjamin  Harrison,  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1832  On  "  the  Fulness  of  Time  "  at  which  Christ  appeared  on  Earth.    Anthony 

Grant,  Fellow  of  New  College 

1833  The  Analogy  of  God's  Dealings  with  men  would  not  lead  us  to  expect  a  perpetual 

succession  of  Miraculous  Powers  in  the  Church.  Henry  William  Wilber- 
force,  Oriel 

1834  The  Sanctifying  Influence  of  the  Holy  Ghost  is  indispensable  to  Human  Salva- 

tion. John  Jackson,  Pembroke ;  Bishop  of  Lincoln ;  afterwards  Bishop  of 
London 

1835  The  Death  of  Christ  was  a  propitiatory  Sacrifice  and  a  vicarious  Atonement  for 

the  sins  of  Mankind.    John  Cowley  Fisher,  Queen's 

1836  The  Evidences  of  our  Saviour's  Eesurrection.     Edward  Elder,  Scholar  of 

Balliol 

1837  The.  Mission  of  St.  John  the  Baptist.    Campbell  Bassett  Arthur  Grey  Hulton, 


1838  On  the  Conduct  and  Character  of  St.  Peter.    Thomas  Dehaney  Bernard, 

Exeter 

1839  On  the  Conduct  and  Character  of  St.  Paul    Steuart  Adolphus  Pears,  Scholar 

of  Corpus 

1840  "  Good  Woi-ks  do  spring  out  necessarily  of  a  true  and  lively  Faith"    Arthur 

Penrhyn  Stanley,  Fellow  of  University ;  Regius  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical 
History ;  afterwards  Dean  of  Westminster 

1841  The  Study  of  Ecclesiastical  History.    David  Dale  Stewart,  Exeter 

1842  The  Conversion  of  Constantine.    John  Rendall,  Fellow  of  Exeter 

1843  The  Style  and  Composition  of  the  Waitings  of  the  New  Testament  are  in  no  way 

inconsistent  with  the  belief  that  the  Authors  of  them  were  divinely  inspired. 
William  George  Henderson,  Demy  of  Magdalen 


176  PHIZES. 

1844  The  Contrast  of  Scripture-Prophecy  with  the  Oracles  and  Divinations  of  the 

Heathen.    Robert  Wheler  Bush,  Scholar  of  Worcester 

1845  The  Law  was  our  Schoolmaster  to  bring  us  unto  Christ.    Henry  Boothby  Barry, 

Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1846  That  a  Divine  Revelation  contains  Mysteries  is  no  valid  argument  against  its 

Truth.    Alexander  Taylor,  Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1847  The  Importance  of  Translation  of  the  Holy  Scriptures.    John  William  Burgon, 

Fellow  of  Oriel ;  afterwards  Dean  of  Chichester 

1848  The  Prophetic  Office  under  the  Mosaic  Dispensation.    William  Bright,  Fellow 

of  University  ;  afterwards  Regius  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical  History 

1849  The  Nature  and  Object  of  Types.    Stephen  Edwardes,  Merton  ;  Fellow 

1850  The  Fitness  of  the  Times  in  which  the  Promises  of  a  Messiah  were  severally  given. 

James  Octavius  Ryder,  Pembroke ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1851  On  theDivine  Appointment  of  the  SMath.    Charles  Marryatt,  Queen's 

1852  The  Effects  of  the  Captivity  on  the  Jewish  People.    Daniel  Trinder,  Exeter 

1853  The  Legitimate   Use  of  the  Apocrypha.    Henry  Boyd,  Exeter;   afterwards 

Principal  of  Hertford 

1854  The  State  of  the  Church  in  Britain  at  the  time  of  Augustine's  Mission.    Fred. 

Meadows  White,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1855  Divine  Prophecies  are  of  the  nature  of  the  Author,  with  whom  "  a  thousand  years 

are  but  as  one  day ; "  and  therefore  they  are  not  fulfilled  punctually  at  once, 
but  have  springing  and  germinant  accomplishment,  throughout  many  ages, 
though  the  height  and  fulness  of  them  may  refer  to  some  one  age.  [Not 
awarded] 

1856  Conduct  and    Character  of  St.  John  the  Baptist.     Henry  Stewart  Byrth, 

Brasenose 

1857  On.  the  Character  of  St.  John  the  Evangelist.    Charles  John  Abbey,  Lincoln ; 

Fellow  of  University 

1858  The  Lawfulness  of  War.    Edwin  Hatch,  Pembroke 

1859  The  Lawfulness  of  Oaths.    John  Caesar  Hawkins,  Oriel 

1860  Life  and  Immortality  brought  to  light  by  the  Gospel.    George  Herbert  Mobeiiy, 

Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Corpus 

1861  The  state  of  religious  belief  among  the  Jews  at,  the  coming  of  Christ.    Samuel 

Harvey  Gem,  University 

1862  Divine  Providence.    Arthur  Carr,  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1863  Was  the  organization  of  the  Church  influenced  by  the  arrangements  of  the 

Synagogue f  Thomas  Kelly  Cheyne,  Scholar  of  Worcester;  Fellow  of 
Balliol 

1864  The  Life  and  Character  of  St.  Clirysostom.    Charles  Bigg,  Senior  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. 

1865  Every  particular  or  national  Church  hath  authority  to  ordain,  change,  and 

abolish  ceremonies,  or  rites  of  the  Church,  ordained  only  by  man's  authority,  so 
that  all  things  be  done  to  edifying.  Albert  Sidney  Chavasse,  Fellow  of 
University 

1866  The  Duty  of  the  Church  in  respect  of  Christian  Missions.    Oswald  Joseph 

Reichel,  Queen's 

1867  Men  are  impatient  and  for  precipitating  things,  but  the  Author  of  Nature 

appears  deliberate  throughout  His  operations,  accomplishing  His  natural  ends 
by  slow  successive  steps.  William  Awdry,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1868  "  Who  the  Guide  of  Nature  but  only  the  God  of  Nature  ?  "    Henry  Duff  Traill,  • 

Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1869  Slavery  as  affected  by  Christianity.    Edward  Stuart  Talbot,  Senior  Student  of 

Ch.  Ch. ;  Warden  of  Keble 

1870  The  State  of  Morals  and  of  Socie.ty  in  the  Eastern  Church  in  the  time  of  St. 

Chrysostom.    Stephen  James  Fremantle,  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1871  The  great  and  acknowledged  superiority  of  the  modem  si/stems  of  Deistical 

or  Atheistical  Morality  over  the  Ancients  is  oicing  to  the  unacknowledged 
and  perhaps  unsuspected  aid  of  Revelation.  Digby  M.  Berry,  Demy  of 
Magdalen 

1872  The  relation  which  Miracles  and  Prophecy  hold  to  one  another  as  evidences  of 

the  Christian  Religion.    Cyril  Fletcher  Grant,  Balliol 

1873  Thf  Defence  of  Christianity  as  conducted  by  the  early  Apologists.    John  Shand 

More  Gordon,  Balliol 

1874  Th?  effect  of  Christianity  in  ameliorating  the  condition  of  Women.    Andrew 

Goldie  Wood,  Pembroke 


DENYER   THEOLOGICAL  ESSAYS.  177 

1875  The  Importance  of  sound  Ethical  and  Eeligious  Training  in  combination  with 

the  pursuit  of  Natural  Science.    Edward  Theodore  Gibbons,  Senior  Student 
ofCh.  Ch. 

1876  An  inquiry  into  the  moral  and  intellectual  qualities  of  the  ancient  Heresiarchs, 

and  how  far  these  promoted  the  spread  of  their  Heresies.    Stephen  Taswell 
Taylor-Taswell,  Ch.  Ch. 

1877  The  Filioque  Controvtrsy.    James  Edward  Denison,  Ch.  Ch. 

1878  The  Life  and  Character  of  St.  Jerome.    Frederick  Arthur  Clarke,  Fellow  of 

Corpus 

1879  The  Fourth  Gospel— its  authorship,  purpose,  and  relation  to  the  three  Synoptic 

Gospels.    Frederic  Thomas  Dalton,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1880  The  Power  and  Influence  of  Paganism,  as  illustrated  from  St.  Augustine's 

Treatise,  "  De  Civitate  Dei."    Alfred  Thomas  Scrape  Gocdrick,  Fellow  of 
St.  John's 

1881  Coincidences  in  St.  Paul's  Epistles,  one  with  another,  illustrated  after  the 

manner  of  Paley's  Horcv  Paulince.    Thomas  Gregory,  Balliol 

1882  The  Belief  of  the  Sacred  Writers  touching  our  Lord's  Divine  Nature  as  it  is  in- 

directly and  incidentally  indicated  in  the  Canonical  Epistles  of  the  New 
Testament.    Charles  Henley  Walker,  Oriel 

1883  The  Influence  of  St.  Augustine  on  the  Theology  of  the  Church  in  subsequent 

times.    ANDBEW  POTTS,  Unattached  Student 

DENYER  THEOLOGICAL  ESSAYS. 

Mrs.  Elizabeth  Dennis  Denyer,  of  Chelsea,  widow,  who  died  in  1824, 
bequeathed  to  the  University  the  sum  of  ,£2000  in  £3  per  cent.  Con- 
solidated Annuities  in  order  to  found  two  annual  Prizes  of  ^30  each 
for  Sermons  to  be  preached  upon  certain  subjects,  which  were  stated 
in  her  Will  and  arranged  for  a  cycle  of  five  years.  But,  as  some  of  the 
conditions  were  inconsistent  with  the  Statutes,  the  University  declined 
to  accept  the  legacy ;  which  then  escheated  to  the  Crown.  Upon  this  a 
memorial  was  presented  on  the  part  of  the  University ;  and  on  Feb.  5, 
1835,  King  William  IV,  by  Royal  Warrant  under  his  Sign  Manual, 
granted  the  bequeathed  stock,  together  with  accumulations  of  interest, 
to  the  University,  directing  that  the  dividends  should  be  annually 
paid  in  equal  moieties  as  Prizes  for  two  Theological  Essays  on  subjects 
named  in  Mrs.  Denyer's  Will. 

The  Prizes  were  confined  to  Members  of  the  University,  in  Deacon's 
Orders  at  least,  who  on  the  day  appointed  for  sending  in  the  Essays 
had  entered  on  the  eighth  and  not  exceeded  the  tenth  year  from  their 
matriculation.  But,  by  a  Statute  which  the  University  was  specially 
empowered  to  make  in  1863,  the  Essays  were  discontinued,  and  the 
endowment,  then  amounting  to  ^3000  stock,  was  assigned  for  the 
maintenance  of  the  "  Denyer  and  Johnson's  Scholarships"  described 
at  page  155.  The  successful  Essays  were  read  in  the  Divinity  School 
en  some  day  in  full  Term  appointed  by  the  Vice- Chancellor. 

The  Judges,  who  both  selected  the  Subjects  and  awarded  the 
Prizes,  were  the  Vice-chancellor,  the*  two  Proctors,  and  the  Eegius 
and  Margaret  Professors  of  Divinity. 

Prize-Men. 

1836  On  the  Doctrine  of  Faith  in  the  Holy  Trinity.  Henry  William  Wilberforce, 

Oriel 
On  the  Sufficiency  of  the  Holy  Scriptures  for  the  Salvation  of  Man.    James 

Stevens,  St.  John's 

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178  PBIZES. 

1837  On  the  Divinity  of  our  Blessed  Lord  and  Saviour  Jesus  Christ.    William  Well- 

wood  Stoddart,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

On  Original  or  Birth  Sin,  and  the  Necessity  of  New  Birth  unto  Life.    Henry 

Constantine  Brooksbank,  Wadham 

1838  On  the  Divinity  of  the  Holy  Ghost.    Bobert  Scott,  Fellow,  afterwards  Master, 

of  Balliol ;  Professor  of  the  Exegesis  of  Holy  Scripture ;  Dean  of  Bochester 

On  the  Influence  of  Practical  Piety  in  promoting  the  Temporal  and  Eternal 

Happiness  of  Mankind.    Thomas  William  Allies,  Fellow  of  Wadham 

1839  On  the  Justification  of  Man  before  God  only  by  Christ,  proving  also  that  true 

Faith  must  be  accompanied  with  Good  Works.  John  Wilson,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

On  the  Necessity  of  the  Two  Sacraments  retained  in  the  Church  of  England,  and 

that  they  only  are  necessary  to  be  retained.    [Not  awarded] 

1840  On  the  Doctrine  of  Faith  in  the  Holy  Trinity.    Charles  Brooksbank,  Ch.  Ch. 

On  the  Duties  of  Christianity,  comprehending  Personal,  Family,  and  National. 

Edward  Halifax  Hansell,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1841  On  the  Divinity  of  our  Blessed  Lard  and  Saviour  Jesus  Christ.    Steuart  Adol- 

phus  Pears,  Fellow  of  Corpus 

On  the  Sufficiency  of  the  Holy  Scriptures  for  the  Salvation  of  Man.    Mark 

Pattison,  Fellow,  afterwards  Rector,  of  Lincoln 

1842  On  the  Necessity  of  the  Two  Sacraments  retained  in  the  Church  of  England,  and 

that  they  only  are  necessary  to  be  retained.    George  Eawlinson,  Fellow  of 
Exeter ;  Camden  Professor  of  Ancient  History 

On  Original  or  Birth  Sin,  and  the  Necessity  of  New  Birth  unto  Life.    Mark 

Pattison,  again 

1843  On  the  Divinity  of  the  Holy  Ghost.    George  Eawlinson,  again 

— —  On  the  Influence  of  Practical  Piety  in  promoting  the  temporal  and  eternal 
Happiness  of  Mankind.    Frederick  Poynder,  Wadham 

1844  The  Justification  of  Man  before  God  only  by  the  Merits  of  Jesus  Christ.  William 

Courthope,  Ch.  Ch. 

— —  The  Duties  o/  Christianity  incumbent  on   Individuals   as  members  of  a 
Private  Family.    [Not  awarded] 

1845  On  the  Doctrine  of  Faith  in  the  Holy  Trinity.    Eobert  Wheler  Bush,  Scholar 

of  Worcester 

On  the  Duties  of  Christianity  incumbent  on  a  National  Community.    [Not 

awarded] 

1846  On  the  Sufficiency  of  the  Holy  Scripture*  for  the  Salvation  of  Man.    William 

Jackgon,  Queen's 

On  the  Christian  Duty  of  Humility.    Eobert  Trimmer,  Scholar  of  Wadham 

1847  Prozdestinationis  et  Electionis  nostrce  in  Christo  pia  consideratio  dulcis  suavis 

et  ineffabilis  consolationis  plena  est  vere  piis.    William  Jackson,  again 

-  On  Christian  Courtesy.    [Not  awarded] 

1848  The  Doctrine  of  our  Lord's  Incarnation,  as  distinguished  from  the  principal 

Heresies  on  that  subject.    Thomas  Bell,  Exeter 

— —  In  what  sense  is  it  a  New  Commandment  to  Christians  that  they  should  love 
one  another?    Edward  Walford,  sometime  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1849  Original  or  Birth  Sin.    Edward  Walford,  again 

Christian  Patriotism.    [Not  awarded! 

1850  The  Divinity  of  our  Blessed  Lord  and  Saviour  Jesus  Christ.  William  Alexander, 

New  Inn  Hall ;  then  of  Brasenose ;  afterwards  Bishop  of  Deny  and  Eaphoe 

True  Faith  must  be  accompanied  with  Good  Works.    Eobert  Gregory,  Corpus 

1851  The  Divinity  of  the  Holy  Ghost.    William  Harripon  Davey,  Lincoln 

On  the  Necessity  of  the  Two  Sacraments  retained  in  the  Church  of  England,  and 

that  they  only  are  necessary  to  be  retained.  John  William  Burgon,  Fellow 
of  Oriel,  afterwards  Dean  of  Chichester 

1852  The  Justification  of  Man  before  God  only  by  the  Merits  of  our  Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

James  Leycester  Balfour,  Queen's 

The  Duties  of  Christianity  incumbent  on  Individuals  as  members  of  a  Pn'rate 

Family.'   Thomas  Espinelle  Espin,  Fellow  of  Lincoln 

1853  The  Influence  of  Practical  Piety  in  promoting  the  Temporal  Happiness  of  Man- 

kind.   Thomas  Espinelle  Espin,  again 

In  the  Unity  of  the  Godhead  there  are  Three  Persons,  of  one  Substance,  Power, 

and  Eternity.  Adam  Storey  Farrar,  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's ;  afterwards 
Professor  of  Divinity  and  Ecclesiastical  History  in  the  University  of 
Durham 


ENGLISH  POEM  ON  A  SACRED   SUBJECT.  179: 

1854  TJie  Personality  of  the  Holy  Ghost.    Benjamin  Charles  Caffin,  Fellow  of 

Worcester 

Original  or  Birth  Sin,  and  the  Necessity  of  a  New  Birth  unto  Life.    Adam 

Storey  Farrar,  again 

1855  The  Sufficiency  of  Holy  Scripture  for  the  Salvation  of  Man.   Benjamin  Charles 

Caffin,  again 

The  Effect  on  the  Human  Heart  of  the  due  discharge  of  the  Duties  of  Christianity 

in  a  Family.    John  Smith  Gilderdale,  Oriel  - 

1856  The  Gift  of  the  Holy  Spirit  in  what  respect  peculiar  to  the  Gospel.    Henry 

Boyd,  Exeter ;  afterwards  Principal  of  Hertford 

-  The  Distinction  between  Natural  Benevolence  and  Christian  Love.  [Not  awarded] 

1857  The  manifestation  of  the  union  of  Divine  Justice  and  Mercy  in  the  Atonement. 

Henry  Boyd,  again 

On  thet  Social  Duties  of  Christians.     Eobert  Edward  Bartlett,  Fellow  of 

1858  The  Doctrine  of  Predestination  according  to  the  Church  of  England-    Thomas 

Fowler,  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;  afterwards  President  of  Corpus 

The  Administration  of  the  Sacraments   in  the  Ante-Nicene  Church.    [Not 

awarded] 

1859  The  Baptism  of  young  Children  is  in  any  wise  to  be  retained  in  the  Church,  as 

most  agreeable  with  the  Institution  of  Christ.    [Not  awarded] 

The  Use  and  Abuse  of  the  Proverb,  "  Charity  begins  at  Home."    Thomas  Henry 

Stokoe,  Lincoln 

1860  The  Gifts  and  Graces  of  the  Holy  Ghost  considered  as  Proofs  of  His  Divinity. 

[Not  awarded] 

The  Influences  of  Christianity  in  Promoting  the  Temporal  Happiness  of  the 

Anglo-Saxons.    [Not  awarded] 

1861  The  Christian  and  Stoical  Ideas  of  Duty  Compared.    Charles  John  Abbey, 

Lincoln;  Fellow  of  University 

Justification  by  Faith  considered  as  a  doctrine  very  full  of  comfort.     [Not 

awarded] 

1862  The  Duties  of  Christian  Colonists.    Charles  John  Abbey,  again 

-  Eom.  iii.  21.    Nwi  8e  ytupi? — TOIV  irpoQriTuy.    [Not  awarded] 

1863  The  grant  of  repentance  is  not  to  be  denied  to  such  as  fall  into  sin  after  baptism. 

John  Richard  King,  Fellow  of  Merton :  afterwards  Fellow  of  Oriel 

The  Christian  Statesman.    [Not  awarded] 

1864  We  have  no  power  to  do  good  works,  pleasant  and  acceptable  to  God,  without 

the  grace  of  God  by  Christ  preventing  us,  that  we  may  have  a  good  will,  and 
working  with  us  when  we  have  that  good  will.    [Not  awarded.] 

Sacraments  are  sure  witnesses  and  effectual  signs  of  grace  and  God's  good  will 

towards  us.    [Not  awarded.] 


ENGLISH  POEM  ON  A  SACKED  SUBJECT. 

In  January  1848  the  University  received  the  sum  of  £1000,  given 
by  an  unknown  benefactor  through  the  hands  of  the  late  John  Antony 
Cramer,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Carlisle,  sometime  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall, 
to  found  a  Prize,  to  be  awarded  once  in  every  three  years,  for  an 
English  Poem  on  a  Sacred  Subject,  consisting  of  not  less  than  sixty 
nor  more  than  three  hundred  lines. 

The  Prize  is  open  to  all  Members  of  the  University  who,  at  the  time 
the  subject  is  announced,  have  passed  the  Examinations  for  the  degree 
of  B.A.  The  Compositions  are  to  be  sent  in  by  the  1st  of  December  ; 
and  on  the  1st  of  June  following  the  Prize  is  to  be  adjudged,  and  the. 
subject  for  the  next  Poem  is  to  be  announced,  and  the  kind  of  Poem 
prescribed.  The  successful  Poem  is  not  recited,  but  the  Author  is 
required  to  send  printed  copies  to  the  Chancellor,  the  Heads  of  Colleges 

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180  PHIZES. 

and  Halls,  the  Proctors,  the  Judges  of  the  Compositions,  the  Professors, 
and  the  Bodleian  Library. 

The  Judges,  who  also  appoint  the  subject  for  the  next  Poem,  are 
the  Professor  of  Poetry,  the  Public  Orator,  and  a  third  person  chosen 
by  them,  who  must  be  at  least  either  a  Master  of  Arts  or  a  Bachelor  of 
Civil  Law  or  of  Medicine. 

Prize-Men. 

1851  St.  Paul  at  Athens.    John  George  Sheppard,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of 

Wadham 

1854  The  Dedication  of  the  Temple.    William  Edward  Green,  B.A ,  Worcester 
1857  The  Death  of  Jacob.    Charles  Henry  Pearson,  M.  A.,  Fellow  of  Oriel 
1860  The   Waters  of  Babylon.     William  Alexander,  M.A.,   Brasenose ;  D.D. ; 

Bishop  of  Derry  and  Eaphoe 

1863  St.  John  at  Patmos.    Richard  Watson  Dixon,  M.A.,  Pembroke 
1866  Sinai.    Benjamin  Charles  Caffin,  M.A.,  sometime  Fellow  of  Worcester 
1869  The  Day  of  Pentecost.    John  White,  M.A.,  Fellow  of  Queen's 
1872  The  Lake  of  Gennesareth.    Walter  Octavius  Peile,  M.A.,  Magdalen 
1875  King  Saul.    Elgood  George  Punchard,  M.A.,  New  Inn  Hall 
1878  Ishmael.    Robert  Jocelyn  Alexander,  B.A.,  Brasenose 
1881  Elijah,  the  Tishbite.    [Not  awarded.] 


ABNOLD  HISTOEICAL  ESSAY. 

In  May,  1850,  the  University  accepted  the  sum  of  ,£1816  6s.  Id.  in 
the  New  £3%  per  cent,  (now  New  £3  per  cent.)  Annuities,  (being  the 
moiety  of  a  .fund  raised  by  voluntary  subscription  in  memory  of  the  late 
Thomas  Arnold,  D.D.,  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History,  and  Master 
of  Rugby  School,  of  which  the  other  moiety  had  been  expended  in  the 
erection  of  a  new  Library  at  Rugby  School,)  in  order  to  found  an 
annual  Prize  of  ,£42,  under  the  name  of  "  The  Arnold  Prize,"  for  "  the 
encouragement  of  the  study  of  History,  Ancient  and  Modern."  This 
Prize  is  awarded  every  year  in  Lent  Term  to  an  Essay  on  some  Sub- 
ject of  Ancient  or  Modern  History  alternately,  announced  in  the  Lent 
Term  preceding. 

The  Prize  is  open  to  all  Graduates  of  the  University  who,  on  the  day 
appointed  for  sending  in  the  Compositions,  have  not  exceeded  the 
eighth  year  from  their  matriculation. 

The  Judges,  who  both  appoint  the  Subject  and  award  the  Prize,  are 
the  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History,  the  Regius  Professor  of 
Ecclesiastical  History,  and  the  Camden  Professor  of  Ancient  History. 
The  Trustees  or  Managers  of  the  Foundation,  who  are  the  Vice-Chan- 
cellor, the  Provost  of  Oriel,  the  Warden  of  New  College,  and  the 
President  of  Corpus,  may  make  presents  of  books,  on  the  recommenda- 
tion of  the  Judges,  to  meritorious  though  unsuccessful  Candidates. 

Prize-Men. 

1851  Whence  arose  the  Greatness  and  the  Decay  of  the  Power  of  Carthage  f    Adam 

Storey  Farrar,  St.  Mary  Hall ;  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's  ;  afterwards  Pro- 
fessor of  Divinity  and  Ecclesiastical  History  in  the  University  of  Durham 

1852  The  Borouph  Towns  of  England  in  the  Middle  Ages.    Thomas  Hewitt  Camp- 

bell,  Fellow  of  St.  Jolufs 


STANHOPE  HISTORICAL  ESSAY.  181 

1853  What  effects  of  Alexander's  Conquests  in  India  are  discoverable  in  tlie  subse- 
quent History  of  that  Country  ?  James  Hunter  Reid,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1851  The  benefits  arising  from  the  Union  of  England  and  Scotland  in  the  Reign  of 
Queen  Anne.  Henry  Hill  Lancaster,  Balliol 

1855  The  Eoman  Colonice  under  the  Empire.    George  Charles  Brodrick,  Balliol ; 

Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  Merton 

1856  The  Jeics  in  Europe  in  the  Middle  Ages.    John  Henry  Bridges,  Fellow  of 

Oriel 

1857  The  Condition  of  Athens  in  the  Time  of  Demetrius  Phalereus.    Thomas  Robert 

Halcomb,  Brasenose  ;  Fellow  of  Lincoln 

1858  The  Close  of  the  Tenth  Century  of  the  Christian  Era.    Richard  Watson  Dixon, 

Pembroke 

1859  Delphi  considered  Locally,  Morally,  and  Politically.    Charles  Synge  Christo- 

pher Bowen,  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1860  The  Privy  Council.     Albert  Venn  Dicey,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Trinity ;  Vi- 

nerian  Professor  of  English  Law ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1861  The  Christians  in  Rome  during  the  first  three  Centuries.     George  Herbert 

Moberly,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Corpus 

1862  The  Danube  as  connected  with  the  Civilization  of  Central  Europe.    Robert 

Samuel  Wright,  Fellow  of  Oriel 

1863  The  Holy  Roman  Empire.    James  Bryce,  Fellow  of  Oriel,  afterwards  Regius 

Professor  of  Civil  Law 

1864  The  value  of  Numismatics  in  the  study  of  Ancient  History.    Charles  Septimus 

Medd,  University ;  Fellow 

1865  The  Secret  Fraternities  of  the  Middle  Ages.    Americo  Palfrey  Man-as,  Lincoln 

1866  The  Greek  Orators  considered  as  Historical   Authorities.     Francis   Allston 

Channing,  Scholar  of  Exeter ;  Fellow  of  University 

1867  The  Mahometan  Power  in  India.    Francis  Henry  Jeune,  Scholar  of  Balliol ; 

Fellow  of  Hertford 

1868  The  Principles  of  Historical  Evidence  considered  in  their  bearing  upon  the  His- 

tory of  remoter  Times.    William  Henry  Simcox,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1869  The  English  Colonies  in  America  before  the  Declaration  of  Independence.   John 

Andrew  Doyle,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1870  The  Scythic  Races  of  Europe  and  Asia,  from  the  Earliest  Times  to  the  Fall  of  the 

Western  Empire.    John  Gent,  Fellow  of  Trinity 

1871  The  Jesuits,  from  the  Institution  of  the  Society  to  its  Suppression  in  1773.  Richard 

Smith,  Balliol 

1872  The  Influence  of  the  Roman  Conquests  on  Latin  Literature.    [Not  awarded] 

1873  The  Normans  in  Italy  and  Sicily,  A.D.  1070-1270.    Richard  Lewis  Nettleship, 

Fellow  of  Balliol 

1874  The  Influence  of  Massilia  and  other  Greek  Colonies  in  Gaul  on  the  Civilization 

of  Western  Europe.    [No  candidate] 

1875  Slavery  in  Greece  and  Rome.   Stephen  Taswell  Taylor-Taswell,  St.  Mary  Hall 

1876  The  rise  of  the  Republic  of  Venice.    William  George  Waters,  Worcester 

1877  The  origin  and  growth  of  the  Roman  Satiric  Poetry.    Alexander  Robertson 

McEwen,  Balliol 

1878  The  Turkish  Races  in  Europe.    Philip  Lyttelton  Gell,  Balliol 

1879  The  Roman  System  of  Provincial  Administration  to  ike,  Accession  of  Constantine 

the  Great.    William  Thomas  Arnold,  University. 

1880  The  Goths  in  Spain.    [Not  awarded] 

1881  The  Condition  of  Women  in  Greece  and  Rome.    [No  candidate] 

1882  The  French  Revolution  in  its  relation  to  the  French  Church.    [No  candidate] 

1883  The  Causes  of  the  G)-eatness  and  Decay  of  Carthage.    ANDBEW  POTTS,  Unat- 

tached Student 


STANHOPE  HISTOBICAL  ESSAY. 

In  1855  Philip  Henry,  fifth  Earl  Stanhope,  founded  an  annual  Prize 
of  .£20,  to  be  given  in  books,  for  an  Essay  on  some  point  of  Modern 
History,  Foreign  or  English,  within  the  period  1300—1815  ;  in  judging 
of  which  "  the  merit  of  the  style  "  is  to  be  considered  "  no  less  than  the 


182  PHIZES. 

clearness  of  the  reasoning  and  the  accuracy  of  the  facts."  The  Prize  is 
awarded  every  year  in  Act  Term,  and  the  Subject  for  the  next  year  is 
announced  at  the  same  time. 

The  Prize  is  open  to  all  Undergraduates  who  in  the  Term  in  which 
it  is  awarded  have  not  exceeded  the  sixteenth  Term  from  their  matri- 
culation. The  Compositions  are  to  be  sent  in  within  the  first  week  of 
Easter  Term. 

The  Judges  are  the  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History,  and  the 
two  Senior  Examiners  in  the  School  of  Modern  History  holding  office 
when  the  Subject  was  announced. 

Prize-Men. 

1856  The  Character  qf  Lord  Clarendon,  first  as  a  Statesman,  and  secondly  as  an  His- 

torian.   Robert  William  Henderson,  University 

1857  The  Character  and  Place  of  WicJcliffe  as  a  Reformer.     Herbert  Cowell, 

Wadham 

1858  The  Policy  and  Character  of  Cardinal  Bichelieu.    George  Herbert  Moberly, 

Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  Corpus 

1859  The  Causes  of  the  Successes  of  the  Ottoman  Turks.    James  Surtees  Phillpotts, 

Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  New  College 

1860  The  Fall  of  the  Republic  of  Florence.    John  Eichard  Magrath,  Scholar  of 

Oriel ;  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Queen's 

1861  The  Bise  of  the  Siciss  Confederation.    Hon.  Reginald  Charles  Edward  Abbot, 

Ch.  Ch. ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  afterwards  third  Lord  Colchester 

1862  Cardinal  Wolsey.    Charles  Martin,  Scholar  of  New  CoUege ;  Senior  Student 

of  Ch.  Ch. 

1863  The  Influence  of  the  Feudal  System  on  the  Formation  of  Political  Character. 

Francis  Henry  Jeune,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1864  The  Wars  of  the  Boses.    Clifton  Wilbraham  Collins,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

1865  The  Bise  of  Bussia.    Walter  Mooney  Hatch,  New  College  ;  Fellow 

1866  The  Reign  of  Eichard  the  Second.    Thomas  Pitt  Taswell-Langmead,  St. 

Mary  Hall 

1867  The  Causes  of  the  Decline  of  Spain.    George  Herbert  West,  Junior  Student 

ofCh.Ch. 

1868  The  Effects  of  the  Benaissance  on  England.    Thomas  Ryburn  Buchanan, 

Balliol ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1869  The  Political  Genius  of  Henry  Quatre.    Cyril  Fletcher  Grant,  Balliol 

1870  The  Origin  and  Political  Significance  of  the  National  Debt.    Thomas  Stewart 

Omond,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1871  Lafayette.    Henry  William  Roscoe,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1872  The  Protectorate.    Arthur  Francis  Leach,  Scholar  of  New  College  ;  Fellow 

of  All  Souls 

1873  Joseph  II.    William  George  Waters,  Worcester 

1874  The  Portuguese  in  the  East.    John  Woulfe  Flanagan,  Balliol 

1875  Cardinal  Beaufort.    Richard  Lodge,  Exhibitioner,  afterwards  Scholar,  of 

Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1876  The   Universities  of  Europe  during  the  Age  of  the  Beformation.     Vincent 

Waldo  Calmady  Hamlyn,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1877  The  Marquess  Welksley.    Charles  Harding  Firth,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1878  The  Political  Theories  of  Dante.    Arthur  Elam  Haigh,  Scholar  of  Corpus  ; 

Fellow  of  Hertford 

1879  John  Huss.    Hastings  Rashdall,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1880  The  possibility  of  a  Stetcart  Restoration  on  the  Death  of  Anne.    Lloyd  Charles 

Sanders,  Exhibitioner  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1881  The  political  disturbance^  which  accompained  the  early  period  of  the  Reforma- 

tion in  Germany.    William  Holden  Hutton,  Magdalen 

1882  George  Villiers,  first  Duke  of  Buckingham.    William  Hudson  Shaw,  Balliol 

1883  The  Foreign  Commerce  of  England  under  the  Tudors.    JOHN  BEUCE  WILLIAM- 

SON, Scholar  of  Balliol 


THE  GAISFORD  PRIZES.  183 

THE  GAISFORD  PRIZES. 

GREEK  VERSE.   GREEK  PROSE. 

In  1856  the  University  accepted  the  sum  of  about  ,£1200,  which 
had  been  raised  by  voluntary  subscription,  as  a  Foundation  for  two 
annual  Prizes  in  memory  of  the  late  Thomas  Gaisford,  D.D.,  Dean  of 
Christ  Church,  and  Regius  Professor  of  Greek,  to  be  awarded  for 
Composition  in  Greek  Verse  and  Prose.  The  Verse  Prize  is  given  for 
a  translation  into  any  of  the  metres  commonly  used  in  dialogue  by  the 
Tragic  or  Comic  Poets,  or  for  a  copy  of  verses,  either  original  or  trans- 
lated, in  heroic  or  elegiac  metre  ;  the  Prose  Prize  either  for  an  original 
composition  or  a  translation.  The  money  was  invested  in  the  purchase 
of  ,£1237  16s.  IQd.  New  £3  per  cent.  Annuities  (since  augmented  by 
accumulations  to  ,£1278  9s.  8d.  like  Annuities),  and  the  dividends  are 
paid  in  equal  moities  to  the  two  successful  Candidates. 

The  Prizes  are  open  to  all  Undergraduates  who,  on  the  first  Saturday 
of  Easter  Term,  by  which  day  the  Compositions  must  be  sent  in,  have 
commenced  residence  and  not  completed  the  seventeenth  Term  from 
their  matriculation. 

The  Judges  are  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church,  the  Regius  Professor  of 
Greek,  and  one  other  Member  of  Convocation  nominated  annually  by 
the  Vice-Chancellor.  After  adjudging  the  Prizes  of  one  year  they  are 
to  announce  the  Subjects  and  Metre  for  the  next. 

Prize-Men. 

1857  Homeric  Verse.     Milton's  Paradise  Lost,  vi.  56—98:   "So  spake— milder 

thought."    Joseph  Henry  Warner,  Balliol 

A  Dialogue.    Empedocles.    Robert  Dobie  Wilson,  Balliol 

1858  Comic  Iambic  Verse.    Shakspeare's  Henry  IV.  Part  I.  Act  ii.  So.  4 :  "  What 

manner  of  man — I  do,  I  will"    Reginald  Broughton,  Scholar  of  Balliol ; 
Fellow  of  Hertford 

A  Platonic  Dialogue.    Nicias,  sive  de  Superstitione.   George  Rankine  Luke, 

Balliol ;  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1859  Hexameter  Verse.    Morte  D' Arthur.    George  Rankine  Luke 

Prose  in  the  style  of  Herodotus  or  Plato.    Pygmceorum  Civitas.    Henry 

Nettleship,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of  Lincoln ;   Corpus  Professor  of 
Latin  and  Fellow  of  Corpus 

1860  Tragic  Iambic  Verse.    Shakspeare's  Richard  III.  Act  iv.  Sc.  4 :   "  0  thou 

didst  prophesy— pierce  like   mine."    Chaloner  William  Chute,  Balliol; 
Fellow  of  Magdalen 

Prose  in  the  style  of  Herodotus  or  Plato.    The  Plague  of  London.    James 

Bryce,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  Oriel ;  Regius  Professor  of  Civil 
Law 

1861  Theocritean  Verse.    "  The  May  Queen."    James  Bryce 

A  Platonic  Dialogue.    Milo,  sive  de  Gymnastica.    Charles  Bigg,  Scholar  of 

Corpus ;  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1862  Comic  Iambic  Verse.    Shakspeare's  Henry  IV.  Part  II.  Act  iy.  Sc.  3 :  "  I 

would  you  had — shortly  will  I  seal  with  him."    Robert  William  Raper ; 
Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  Queen's 

A  Platonic  Dialogue.     Timceus  Novus,  sive  de   Geologia.     Charles  John 

Pearson,  Scholar  of  Corpus 

1863  Homeric  Verse.    Milton,  Paradise  Lost,  vi.  824—877 :  "  So  spake  the  Son- 

woe  and  pain."    Charles  John  Pearson 

Prose  after  Herodotus.    Narrat  Marco  Polo  Venetus  quce  viderit  apud  Seras 

et  Indos.    Augustine  Ley,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


184  PHIZES. 

1864  Tragic  Iambic  Verse.    Shakspeare's  Pericles,  Act  v.  Sc.  1 :  "  Hail,  Sir !  my 

Lord,  lend  ear— come,  sit  by  me"  Evelyn  Abbott,  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow 
ofBalliol 

A  Platonic  Dialogue.    Socrates  apud  inferos  more  suo  Aiheniensium  principes 

reipublicce  interrogat.    [Not  awarded] 

1865  A  Theocritean  Idyll.    Mgon  et  Milo,  qui  ad  Olympicum  certamen  profecti 

erant,  domum  redeuntes,  inter  se  loquuntur.   Ernest  James  Myers,  Balliol ; 
Fellow  of  Wadham 

Prose  after_  Thucydides.  Sancti  Ludovici  res  gestce,  mors,  ingenium.  William 

Henry  Simcox,  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1866  Comic  Iambics.    Henry  IV.  Part  II.  Act  i.  Sc.  2 :  "  You  folloio  the  young 

prince— fare  you  well'    George  Nutt,  Scholar  of  New  College ;  Fellow  of 
Exeter 

A  Platonic  Dialogue.     Cratylus  sive  de  hominum  sermonis  origine.    Francis 

De  Paravicini,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards 
Fellow  of  Balliol 

1867  Homeric  Hexameters.    Necryomanteia  sive  Dante  Poeta  apud  Inferos.  Alex- 

ander James  Montgomerie  Bell,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

Prose  in  the  style  of  Herodotus.   The  Aztecs.   William  Wallace,  Exhibitioner 

of  Balliol ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Merton ;  Whyte's  Professor  of  Moral 
Philosophy 

1868  Tragic   Iambics.     Shelley's  Prometheus  Unbound,  Act  ii.  Sc.  4 :  "  IFfo 

reigned — is  Tie  too  a  slave?"    Eichard  Lewis  Nettleship,  Scholar,  after- 
wards Fellow,  of  Balliol 

Platonic  Dialogue.     'Afj-d^ovcs   avridveipai.     Alfred   Goodwin,   Balliol; 

afterwards  Fellow 

1869  Theocritean  Verse.    Cymbeline,  Act  iv.  Sc.  2 :  "  Look,  here  he  comes— re- 

nowned be  thy  grave."    John  Arthur  Godley,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ; 
Fellow  of  Hertford 

Prose  in  the  style  of  Thucydides.    The  Reign  of  Terror.    Eobert  Lowes 

Clarke,  Scholar  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Queen's 

1870  Platonic  Dialogue.    &eioias  77  ire  pi  dvSptavToiroitas.    John  Arthur  Godley 

Comic  Iambic  Verse,  Henry  IV.  Part  II.  Act  v.  Sc.  1 :  "  Doth  the  man  of 

war — -like  a  wet  cloak  ill  laid  up."    Walter  Sumner  Gibson,  Exhibitioner 
ofBalliol 

1871  Heroic  Hexameters,   aarpuv  vvKrepcav  dfjiTjyvpis.    Edward  W.  B.  Nicholson, 

Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Bodley's  Librarian 

Prose  in  the  style  of  Herodotus.    Iceland.    George  Edward  Jeans,  Scholar 

of  Pembroke ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1872  Tragic  Iambic  Verse.    Manfred,  Act  1 :  "  The  spirits  I  have  raised— with  the 

blest  tone  which  made  me."    Thomas  Agar,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
— —  A  Platonic  Dialogue.   TJllane  sint  reconditions  doctrince  vestigia  apud  Homerum 
reperienda?     Alfred  Joshua  Butler,    Scholar    of   Trinity;    Fellow    of 
Brasenose 

1873  Homeric  Verse.    Paradise  Lost,  iv.  634—705 :  "  To  whom  thus  Eve— such  was 

their  awe  of  man."    Alfred  Joshua  Butler 

Narrative  in  the  style  of  Thucydides.    The  Siege  of  Londonderry.    William 

Wardlaw  Waddell,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol 

1874  Comic  Iambics.    Henry  IV,  Part  I.  Act  v.  Sc.  4  :  "  What  old  acquaintance — 

as  a  nobleman  should  do."    Edward  Maclaine  Field,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

Platonic  Dialogue.    "  Esse  aliquid  manes."    De  spectris  et  simulacris  mortu- 

orum  quid  r  ever  a  sentiendum  sit.    [No  Candidate! 

1875  An  Idyll.   The  Buins  of  Athens.  Thomas  Herbert  \Varren,  Scholar  ofBalliol; 

Fellow  of  Magdalen 

Prose  in  the  style  of  Herodotus.    Viator  Anglus  NUi  fontes  explorans  qua 

viderit  narrat.    Edward  Maclaine  Field 

1876  Tragic  Iambics.    Julius  Caesar,  Act  i.  Sc.  2  :  "  What  means  this  shouting- 

bear  the  palm  alone."    Arthur  Elam  Haigh,  Scholar  of  Corpus ;  Fellow  of 
Hertford 

Platonic  Dialogue.    Socrates  Aristophanes  Sophocles  de  Arte  Poetarum  inter  se 

colloquuntur.    George  Spencer  Bower,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1877  Homeric  Hexameters.    Paradise   Lost,  iv.  223—287 :    "  Southward  through 

Eden— new  to  sight  and  strange."    Sidney  Graves  Hamilton,  Scholar  of 
Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

Narrative  in  the  style  of  Thucydides.  The  Popish  Plot.  Arthur  Elam  Haigh 


JOHNSON  MEMOEIAL  PRIZE  ESSAY.  185 

1878  Comic  Iambics.  The  Hampshire  Farmer's  Address  ("Most  thinJcing  people  ") 

in  "  Rejected  Addresses.      Alfred  Denis  Godley,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

Platonic  Dialogue.    *A.va£ifj.av8pos  fj  utpl  £o>W  ffveaeus.    Philip  Edward 

Raynor,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1879  Idyllic  Hexameters.   Milton's  Lycidas,  v.  132  :  "  Return,  Alpheus,"  to  the  end. 

Alfred  Temple  Roberts,  Demy  of  Magdalen 

— —  Prose  in  the  style  of  Herodotus.    Japanarum  reipublicce  conversio.    David 
Samuel  Margoliouth,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  New  College 

1880  Tragic  Iambics.    Paradise  Lost,  iv.  32 — 113  :  "  0  tliou  tJiat-^new  world  shall 

know."    Ernest  Alfred  Upcott,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

Platonic  Dialogue.    De  CEconomia  quam  vocant  Politico,..     William  Yorke 

Fausset,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1881  Idyllic  Hexameters.    Matthew  Arnold's  Thyrsis  :  "  Too  rare,  too  rare— And 

night  as  welcome  as  a  friend  would  fall"    Christopher  Cookson,  Scholar  of 
Corpus 

Prose  in  the  style  of  Thucydides.    Speeches  in  accusation  and  defence  of 

Warren  Hastings.    Richard  Edmund  Mitcheson,  Scholar  of  St.  John's 

1882  Comic  Iambics.    Twelfth  Night,  Act  ii.  Sc.  5 :  "  'Tis  but  fortune— I  mil  do 

anything  that  thou  wilt  have  me."    William  Ross  Hardie,  Scholar  of  Balliol 
-  Platonic   Dialogue.     Arj^pyopia  ris  ianv  fj  votrjTiK-n.     (Plat.  Gorgias) ; 
Inter  Rhetoricam  et  Poeticam  quid  intersit.    William  Ross  Hardie 

1883  Homeric  Hexameters.    The  Death  of  Zohrab  and  Rustum.     CECIL  HENRY 

ST.  LEGEB  RUSSELL,  Scholar  of  Trinity 

Prose  in  the  style  of  Herodotus.    The  Wandering  Jew.    WILLIAM  EDWABD 

LONG,  Demy  of  Magdalen. 

JOHNSON  MEMOEIAL  PRIZE  ESSAY. 

In  1862  the  University  accepted  the  sum  of  .£310,  which  had  been 
raised  by  voluntary  subscription,  as  a  foundation  for  a  Prize  in  memory 
of  the  late  Manuel  John  Johnson,  M.A.,  of  Magdalen  Hall,  Radcliffe 
Observer,  and  in  encouragement  of  the  study  of  Astronomy  and  Meteor- 
ology. The  money  was  invested  in  the  purchase  of  .£338  8s.  Reduced 
£3  per  Annuities,  since  augmented  by  accumulations  to  ,£380  17*.  9tf. 
like  Annuities. 

The  Prize  is  offered  once  in  every  four  years  for  an  Essay'  on  some 
Astronomical  or  Meteorological  subject,  not  less  than  two  years'  notice 
being  given  of  the  subject  proposed.  It  is  open  to  all  Members  of  the 
University,  and  consists  of  a  Gold  Medal  of  the  value  of  Ten  Guineas, 
together  with  the  surplus  dividends  on  the  stock.  The  Compositions 
are  to  be  sent  in  by  the  31st  day  of  March  in  the  year  appointed. 

The  Judges,  (not  fewer  than  three  in  number,  and  not  below  the 
degree  of  B.M.,  B.C.L.,  or  M.A.,)  are  appointed  by  the  Trustees  of  the 
Foundation,  namely,  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Savilian  Professors  of 
Geometry  and  Astronomy,  the  Sedleian  Professor  of  Natural  Philosophy, 
the  Professor  of  Experimental  Philosophy,  and  the  Eadcliffe  Observer. 

Prize-Men. 

1867  A  Discussion  of  Recent  Investigations  relating  to  Solar  Parallax.    Howell 

Gwyn-Jeffreys,  Balliol 
1871  On  the 'Laws  of  Wind :— (1)  with  regard  to  Storms;  (21)  with  regard  to  average 

Periodical  Phenomena  at  given  places  on  the  Earth's  surface.    John  George 

Gamble,  Magdalen 
1875  On  the  present  state  of  our  knowledge  of  the  Physical  Constitution  and  probable 

Origin  of  Comets    [Not  awarded] 
1879  The  History  of  the  successive  stages  of  our  knoicledfte  of  Nebula*,  Nebulous  Stars, 

and  Star-clusters  from  the  time  of  Sir  William  Herschel   Archibald  Edward 

Garrod,  Ch.  Ch. 


186  PEIZES. 

1883  A  discussion  of  the  steps  "by  which  we  pass  from  the  time  of  tJie  Eolation  of  the 
Earth  upon  its  axis  to  our  measure  of  mean  Solar  time ;  including  all  secular 
changes  requisite  for  accurate  astronomical  work.  An  explanation  is  expected 
of  the  methods  of  determining  the  various  constants  which  occur  in  the  course 
of  the  investigation.  [Not  awarded.] 

HALL  AND  HALL-H  OUGHT  ON  PEIZES. 

In  the  years  1868,  1870,  1871,  two  Greek  Testament  Prizes,  two 
Septuagint  Prizes,  and  one  Syriac  Prize  (all  to  be  awarded  annually), 
were  founded  by  the  Eev.  John  Hall,  B.D.,  of  St.  Edmund  Hall,  and 
•the  Eev.  Henry  Houghton,  M.A.,  of  Pembroke  College. 

Of  the  two  Greek  Testament  Prizes : — The  examination  for  one,  of 
,£30,  is  in  the  New  Testament  in  respect  of  translation,  criticism, 
interpretation,  inspiration,  and  authority.  The  examination  for  the 
other,  of  £2Q,  is  in  the  Gospels  and  the  Acts  of  the  Apostles,  in  respect 
of  translation,  criticism,  and  interpretation. 

Of  the  two  Septuagint  Prizes : — The  examination  for  one,  of  £25,  is 
in  the  LXX  Version  of  the  Old  Testament,  in  respect  of  its  relation 
both  to  the  Hebrew  Scriptures,  and  to  the  Greek  of  the  New  Testa- 
ment. The  examination  for  the  other,  of  £15,  is  in  such  book  or  books 
of  the  LXX  Version  as  the  Trustees  shall  appoint. 

The  examination  for  the  Syriac  Prize,  of  £15,  is  in  the  ancient  ver- 
sions of  the  Holy  Scriptures  into  Syriac  in  respect  of  translation, 
criticism,  and  interpretation. 

Candidates  for  the  £3Q  and  £25  Prizes  must  have  completed  their 
eighteenth  Term,  and  have  passed  the  Examinations  for  the  degree  of 
B.A.,  but  must  not  be  of  more  than  twenty-eight  Terms  standing. 
Candidates  for  the  £20  and  ,£15  Prizes  must  be  of  not  more  than 
eighteen  Terms  standing.  Candidates  for  the  Syriac  Prize  must  be  of 
not  more  than  twenty-eight  Terms  standing. 

Three  Examiners,  who  must  be  Masters  of  Arts  or  Graduates  in 
Divinity,  are  appointed  annually  in  Michaelmas  Term  by  the  Trustees 
of  the  Fund,  namely,  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Eegius  and  the  Margaret 
Professors  of  Divinity,  the  Eegius  Professors  of  Hebrew,  Pastoral 
Theology,  and  Ecclesiastical  History,  Dean  Ireland's  Professor  of 
Exegesis,  and  the  Grinfield  Lecturer. 

Prize-Men. 

GBEEK  TESTAMENT  (JUNIOR). 

1869  Eobert  Ewing,  Balliol,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1870  George  Shattock,  Exhibitioner  of  St.  John  s ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1871  James  Edward  Walker,  Corpus 

1872  Edward  W.  B.  Nicholson,  Scholar  of  Trinity ;  Bodley's  Librarian 

1873  Eobert  Harold  Ainsworth  Schofield,  Scholar  of  Lincoln 

1874  Francis  Henry  Woods,  Scholar  of  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  St.  John  8 

1875  Andrew  E.  P.  Gray,  Brasenose 

1876  Thomas  Walker,  Exhibitioner  of  Queen  s 

1877  Hubert  Sands,  Oriel 

1878  Frank  Clifford  Fox,  Scholar  of  Hertford 

1879  Albert  Bonus,  Pembroke 

1880  Frank  Joseph  Powell,  Unattached 

1881  Augustus  Eobert  Buckland,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 

1882  Joseph  Hewetson,  Worcester 

1883  THOMAS  EANDELL,  Exhibitioner  of  St.  John  a 


HALL  AND  HALL-HOUGHTON  PRIZES.  187 

GBEEK  TESTAMENT  (SENIOK). 

1869  George  Francis  Lovell,  Balliol 

1870  Francis  John  Jayne,  Fellow  of  Jesus 

1871  George  Shattock,  Scholar  of  St.  John's ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1872  Robert  D.  H.  Gray,  Brasenose 

1873  Charles  Leslie  Dundas,  Brasenose ;  Fellow  of  Jesus 

1874  George  Henrv  Gwilliam,  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1875  [Not  awarded! 

1876  James  Edward  Walker,  Corpus 

1877  Horace  Evelyn  Clayton,  Brasenose 

1878  I  Not  awarded] 

1879  [Notawardedj 

1880  John  Octavius  Johnston,  Keble 

1881  [No  candidate] 

1882  Alan  George  Surman  Gibson,  Corpus 

1883  [No  candidate] 

SEPTUAGINT  (JUNIOR). 

1869  [No  candidate] 

1870  Robert  Fayrer,  Trinity 

1871  Robert  Ewing,  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1872  James  Edward  Walker,  Corpus 

1873  Andrew  Goldie  Wood,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 

1874  [No  candidate] 

1875  Augustus  Jameson  Miller,  Scholar  of  Exeter 

1876  [Not  awarded] 

1877  Thomas  Walker,  Exhibitioner  of  Queen's 

1878  Arthur  Inkersley,  Brasenose 

1879  Edward  Robert  Pacy  Moon,  Scholar  of  New  College 

1880  Charles  William  Ridley,  University 

1881  George  James  Spurrell,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1882  Thomas  Randell,  Exhibitioner  of  St.  John's  * 

1883  HENBY  DABKELL  SUDELL  SWEETAPPLE,  Queen's 

SEPTUAGINT  (SENIOB). 

1871  Samuel  Rolles  Driver,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  Regius  Professor  of  Hebrew 

1872  [Not  awarded] 

1873  [No  candidate] 

1874  fNo  candidate] 

1875  James  Edward  Walker,  Corpus 

1876  William  Richardson  Linton,  Corpus 

1877  Augustus  Jameson  Miller,  Exeter 

1878  [Not  awarded] 

1879  Walter  Bosher  Taylor,  Brasenose 

1880  [No  candidate] 

1881  Charles  William  Ridley,  University 

1882  Frank  Edward  Brightman,  University 

1883  GEOBGE  JAMES  SPUBEELL,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

SYBIAC. 

1872  Samuel  Rolles  Driver,  Fellow  of  New  College ;  Regius  Professor  of  Hebrew 

1873  [No  candidate] 

1874  George  Henry  Gwilliam,  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  Hertford 

1875  Francis  Henry  Woods,  Jesus ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's 

1876  James  Alexander  Paterson,  Scholar  of  Pembroke 

1877  George  Henry  Bateson  Wright,  Queen's 

1878  Jonathan  James  Gratrex,  Wadham 

1879  Edward  Henry  Parry,  Brasenose 

1880  David  Samuel  Margoliouth,  Scholar,  afterwards  Fellow,  of  New  College 

1881  Thomas  Randell,  Exhibitioner  of  St.  John's 

1882  George  James  Spurrell,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1883  BEBNABD  ALEXANDEB  SCHLEICHEB,  Scholar  of  University 


188  PHIZES. 

MABQUIS  or  LOTHIAN'S  HISTOEICAL  PRIZE  ESSAY. 

In  1870  the  University  accepted  from  William  SchombergRobert,  eighth 
Marquis  of  Lothian,  an  annuity  or  perpetual  yearly  rent-charge,  upon 
trust  to  apply  the  same  in  the  foundation  of  an  annual  Prize  of  ,£40 
for  the  best  Essay  on  any  point  of  Foreign  History,  whether  secular  or 
ecclesiastical,  in  the  period  between  the  dethronement  of  Romulus 
Augustulus  and  the  death  of  Frederick  the  Great. 

The  Prize  is  open  to  all  Members  of  the  University  who,  at  the  time 
of  sending  in  their  Composition,  shall  not  have  exceeded  the  twenty- 
seventh  Term  from  matriculation. 

The  Judges  are  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church, 
and  the  Regius  Professor  of  Modern  History,  each  of  whom,  however, 
has  power  to  appoint  a  substitute. 

In  the  event  of  the  Dean  of  Christ  Church  being  Vice-Chancellor, 
a  third  Judge  is  nominated  by  him  and  the  Regius  Professor  of  Modern 
History. 

The  Subject  for  each  year  is  decided  by  the  Judges,  who  also 
have  power  to  give  the  Prize  either  in  money  or  in  books,  at  their 
discretion. 

Prize-Men. 

1871  The  Growth  of  Municipal  Institutions  in  Germany.    [Not  awarded] 

1872  The  Importance,  throughout  Modern  History,  of  the  frontiers  of  France,  Ger- 

many, and  Italy.    [Not  awarded] 

1873  The  History  of  the  University  of  Paris  from  its  Foundation  to  the  Council  of 

Constance.    Thomas  Ealeigh,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

1874  Erasmus.    Arthur  Lionel  Smith,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Trinity ; 

afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol 

1875  Institution  and  Purposes  of  Knighthood.     William  Gershom  Collingwood, 

Scholar  of  University 

1876  The  causes  of  the  failure  of  Parliamentary  Institutions  in  Spain  and  France 

as  compared  with  their  success  in  England.    Kichard  Lodge,  Scholar  of 
Balliol ;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 

1877  The  place  of  Iceland  in  the  History  of  European  Institutions.    Charles  Au- 

gustus Vansittart  Conybeare,  Junior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1878  The  Eoutes  of  Commerce  between  East  and  West  from  the  Fall  of  the  Western 

Empire  to  the  Circumnavigation  of  Africa.    [Not  awarded] 

1879  The  Emigration  consequent  on  the  revocation  of  the  Edict  of  Nantes.    Eegi- 

nald  Lane  Poole,  Balliol 

1880  Queen  Christina  of  Sweden.    Arthur  Henry  Hardinge,  Balliol ;  Fellow  of 

All  Souls 

1881  John  Sobieski.    Edward  Henry  Ralph  Tatham,  Brasenose 

1882  James  and  Philip  Van  Artevelde.    William  James  Ashley,  Scholar  of  Balliol 

1883  Justinian.    Hon.  GEORGE  NATHANIEL  CURZON,  Balliol. 

PKIZE  ESSAY  ON  INTEENATIONAL  LAW. 

In  the  year  1869  a  Prize  was  offered  to  the  University  for  the  best 
Essay  on  a  subject  connected  with  International  Law,  the  competition 
being  open  to  all  Members  of  the  University  who  had  not,  on  the  day 
appointed  for  sending  in  the  Essay,  exceeded  six  years  from  their 
matriculation. 

Prize-Man. 

1870  The  Law  of  Blockade :  its  History,  present  Condition,  and  probable  Future.: 
Henry  Bargrave  Deane,  Balliol 


THE   COBDEN  PEIZE.  189 


THE  CONINGTON  PEIZE. 

The  University  in  1871  accepted  the  sum  of  ,£1275,  raised  by  volun- 
tary contributions,  in  order  to  found  a  Prize  in  memory  of  the  late 
John  Conington,  M.A.,  Corpus  Professor  of  Latin. 

The  Prize  is  offered  once  in  every  three  years  for  a  dissertation, 
either  in  English  or  in  Latin,  at  the  writer's  option,  on  some  subject 
appertaining  to  Classical  learning. 

The  Prize  is  open  to  all  Members  of  the  University  who,  on  the  day 
appointed  for  sending  in  the  dissertation,  shall  have  passed  all  Ex- 
aminations required  for  the  degree  of  B.A.,  and  shall  have  completed 
six  years  and  not  exceeded  fifteen  years  from  their  matriculation. 

The  Trustees  are  the  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Begius  Professor  of  Greek, 
the  Corpus  Professor  of  Latin,  the  Professor  of  Comparative  Philology, 
the  Professor  of  Latin  in  the  University  of  Cambridge,  and  two  other 
persons  to  be  appointed  by  co-optation,  who  are  at  present  E.  C.  Wick- 
ham,  M.A.,  New  College,  and  D.  B.  Monro,  M.A.,  Provost  of  Oriel. 

At  the  beginning  of  each  triennial  period  the  Trustees  propose  by 
public  notice  a  Subject,  or  a  choice  of  Subjects,  for  the  dissertation. 

The  Trustees  appoint  three  Judges  to  award  the  Prize. 

Prize-Men. 

1875  At  what  times  and  from  what  causes  did  the  principal  writers  of  antiquity  be- 
come lost?  [No  candidate] 

1878  The  Greek  Dialects.    [No  candidate] 

1882  The  manner  in  which  the  Writings  attributed  to  Aristotle  have  received  their 
present  form,  to  be  illustrated  especially  from  the  Nieomackean  Ethics,  the 
Politics,  and  the  De  Anima.  JOHN  COOK  WILSON,  Fellow  of  OrieL 


THE  COBDEN  PEIZE. 

The  University  in  1876  accepted  an  annual  Prize  of  £ 20  offered 
by  the  Cobden  Club  for  an  Essay  on  some  subject  connected  with 
Political  Economy.  The  original  regulations  were  revised  in  1881, 
and  the  Prize  is  now  awarded  once  every  three  years  and  is  of  the 
value  of  ,£60. 

The  Prize  is  open  to  Members  of  the  University  who,  on  the  day 
appointed  for  sending  in  the  Essays,  have  not  exceeded  twenty-eight 
Terms  from  their  matriculation. 

The  Judges  are  the  Professor  of  Political  Economy  and  two  other 
persons  appointed  on  each  occasion,  one  by  the  Vice-Chancellor  and 
the  other  by  the  Donors.  The  Prize  is  to  be  awarded  to  the  Essay 
which  shall  show  "  the  greatest  amount  of  literary  merit  together  with 
the  greatest  knowledge  of  the  subject  proposed." 

On  each  occasion  of  awarding  the  Prize  the  Judges,  or  a  majority  of 
them,  fix  the  subject  for  the  next  Prize. 


190  PRIZES. 


Prize-Men. 

1878  The  policy  of  Protection  in  young  communities,  from  an  economical  point  of 

view.    Bernhard  Ringrose  Wise,  Scholar  of  Queen's 

1879  Discuss  the  causes  of  the  present  Depression  of  Trade,   and  the  Remedies 

suggested  for  it.    Walter  Edward  Smith,  New  College 

1880  Wliat  is  the  value  of  Political  Economy. to  Mankind?    ALEXANDER  NEILSON 

CUMMING,  Exhibitioner  of  Balliol. 

EOLLESTON  MEMOKIAL  PKIZE. 

Founded  in  1883,  by  public  subscription,  in  memory  of  George 
Rolleston,  D.M.,  Fellow  of  Merton  College,  and  Linacre  Professor  of 
Physiology,  1860 — 81.  The  Prize  consists  of  two  years'  income  of  a 
fund  of  about  «£1200,  and  is  to  be  given  once  in  two  years  for  original 
research  in  any  subject  comprised  under  the  following  heads  :  Animal 
and  Vegetable  Morphology,  Physiology  and  Pathology,  and  Anthro- 
pology, to  be  selected  by  the  candidates  themselves. 

The  Prize  is  open  to  such  Members  of  the  Universities  of  Oxford  or 
Cambridge  as  have  not  exceeded  ten  years  from  the  date  of  their 
matriculation. 

The  Vice-Chancellor,  the  Eegius  Professor  of  Medicine,  the  Linacre 
Professor  of  Human  and  Comparative  Anatomy,  the  Waynflete  Pro- 
fessor of  Physiology,  and  the  Sherardian  Professor  of  Botany,  are 
Trustees  of  the  Prize,  and  appoint  the  Judges,  who  may  be  either 
Trustees,  or  Members  of  one  of  the  two  Universities  of  Oxford  and 
Cambridge  not  below  the  degree  of  M.A.  or  B.M. 


191 

CLASS  LISTS. 

Down  to  the  end  of  the  eighteenth  century  the  Examination  for  the 
degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts  was  little  better  than  a  mockery,  and,  if  a 
Candidate  shewed  any  superior  attainments,  there  was  no  mark  of  honour- 
able distinction  that  could  be  given  to  him.  The  first  remedy  for  this 
state  of  things  was  applied  by  a  Statute  made  in  the  year  1800,  and  the 
system  then  introduced  has  since  received  various  amendments  and  im- 
provements, of  which  those  that  relate  to  Honours  may  be  stated  here. 

1.  By  the  Statute  of  1800,  which  came  into  operation  in  Michaelmas 
Term  1801,  it  was  left  to  the  option  of  each  Candidate,  whether  he 
would  offer  himself  for  the  ordinary  Examination  which  was  held  in 
every  Term,  or  for  a  more  strict  Examination  in  Easier  Term,  at  which 
Honours  were  awarded  according  to  the  merits  of  the  Candidates.     At 
this  Examination,  those  who  most  eminently  distinguished  themselves 
were  to  be  classed  as  Candidates  "  qui  se  Examinatoribus  Publicis 
MAXIME  commendaverunt."     Of  these  there  could  be  no  more  than 
twelve ;   and,  if  more  than  that  number  appeared  to  the  Examiners 
worthy  of  distinction,  they  were  to  be  described  as  Candidates  "  qui  se 
Examinatoribus  Publicis  EGEEGIE  commendaverunt."     The  names  in 
each  division  were  arranged  in  order  of  merit,  and  were  published.    The 
Candidates  were  examined  in  Mathematics  as  well  as  in  Classics,  and 
the  Honours  were  awarded  for  attainments  in  both  conjointly. 

2.  In  1807  two  stated  times  for  the  Examination  were  appointed,  one 
in  Michaelmas,  the  other  in  Easter  Term  ;  and  it  was  enacted,  that  all 
Candidates,  whether  for  Honours  or  not,  should  be  examined  in  one 
course  in  one  or  other  of  those  Terms ;  that  all  who  passed  the  Ex- 
amination in  either  Term  should  be  arranged  in  three  Classes,  in  the 
first  two  of  which  should  be  placed,  alphabetically  in  each,  the  names 
of  those  who  passed  with  more  or  less  distinction,  the  third  Class  com- 
prising all  the  rest ;  that  this  Class  List  should  be  twofold,  having  one 
side  for  Litene  Humaniores  or  Classics,  the  other  for  Disciplinse,  Mathe- 
matics et  Physicx  or  Mathematics ;  and  that  the  names  in  the  first  two 
Classes  should  be  published. 

3.  In  1809  the  Second  Class  was  divided  into  two  by  a  line,  the  names 
above  and  below  that  line  being  placed  in  alphabetical  order  severally ; 
so  that,  though  nominally  but  two,  there  were  really  three  Classes  of 
honorary  distinction. 

4.  In  1825  the  name  of  "  Third  Class"  was  given  to  that  which  had 
been  the  lower  half  of  the  Second  Class,  that  which  had  been  the  Third 
was  entitled  the  "  Fourth  Class,"  and  the  number  of  the  names  in  it  was 
printed  at  the  foot  of  the  Class  List. 

5.  In  1830  *  the  number  of  Classes  was  increased  to  five,  that  which 
had  been  the  Fourth  being  made  the  Fifth,  and  the  first  four  being 
designed  for  honorary  distinction.    It  was  also  provided  that  those  who 
were  not  Candidates  for  Honours  in  the  Classical  School  should  be 
examined  separately  from  those  who  were,  the  former  being  taken  first, 

1  In  1826  it  was  provided  that  Candidates  for  Honours  in  Mathematics  should  be  the 
first  examined  in  the  Classical  School,  but  no  change  was  made  in  the  arrangement  of 
the  Class  List, 


192  CLASS  LISTS 

and  that  Mathematical  Candidates  should  be  examined  first  of  all  in  either 
series.  At  the  same  time  permission  was  given  to  the  Examiners  to  place 
in  the  Fourth  Class  in  Classics  any  Candidate  whom  they  might  think 
worthy  of  it,  even  though  he  had  not  offered  himself  as  a  Candidate  for 
Honours  ;  and,  as  a  choice  between  Logic  and  four  Books  of  Euclid  was 
now  allowed  to  those  who  were  not  Candidates  for  Honours,  whereas 
Logic  was  before  required  from  every  one,  that  permission  was  under- 
stood as  applying  to  the  Fourth  Class  in  Mathematics  likewise.  This 
enactment  took  effect  in  1831. 

6.  The  Statutes  which  established  the  present  course  of  examination 
were  accepted  by  Convocation  in  the  years  1849,  1850,  1869,  and  1872. 
To  the  old  Classical  and  Mathematical  Schools,  the  Schools  of  Natural 
Science,  and  of  Law  and  Modern  History  were  added  in  1853,  and  the 
School  of  Theology  in  1870.  The  School  of  Law  and  Modern  History 
was  divided  into  two  Schools,  one  of  Jurisprudence  and  the  other  of 
Modern  History,  in  1872.  There  are  four  Classes  for  each  School  cor- 
responding in  all  respects  to  the  first  four  Classes  of  the  Statute  of  1830. 
These  Schools  are  now  designated  the  six  Honour  Schools  of  the  Second 
Public  Examination.  The  examination  of  Candidates  who  do  not  seek 
Honours  is  conducted  on  an  independent  footing  and  by  other  Ex- 
aminers. Beginning  with  the  year  1883  the  examination  in  each  of 
the  Honour  Schools  will  be  held  once  a  year  only. 

The  following  pages  exhibit  the  Lists  of  Honours  and  Classes  which 
have  been  published  by  Public  Examiners  and  Moderators  from  the 
first  establishment  of  their  several  Examinations.  After  the  year  1806 
the  names  of  those  who  issued  each  List  are  printed  with  it :  the  names 
of  the  Public  Examiners  for  the  previous  years  are  given  at  page  193. 

In  the  Lists  issued  by  Moderators  there  were  at  first  but  two  divisions 
of  Honour  for  each  of  the  two  Schools  of  Classics  and  Mathematics ;  but 
from  Michaelmas  Term,  1854,  there  have  been  three.  In  each  division 
the  Candidates'  names  are  placed  in  alphabetical  order. 

The  notes  at  the  foot  of  the  pages  are  intended  for  the  purpose  of 
identification  only,  and  are  therefore  limited  to  changes  of  College  or  of 
name  and  matters  of  that  kind. 

CLASS  LISTS  ISSUED  BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 

Although  the  word  "Class"  was  not  used  in  connection  with  the 
Public  Examinations  before  the  year  1807,  the  names  of  those  who 
gained  Honours  in  the  preceding  years  are  included  under  this  heading; 
but  their  Honours  are  expressed  in  the  terms  which  the  Examiners  em- 
ployed in  awarding  them. 

EXAMINATION  FOB  THE  DEGEEE  OP  BACHELOR  OF  CIVIL  LAW. 

The  regulations  for  the  examination  of  Candidates  for  the  degree  of 
Bachelor  of  Civil  Law  were  revised  in  the  year  1871.  The  examination 
is  held  once  a  year,  in  Trinity  Term,  and  the  names  of  those  Candidates 
(not  having  exceeded  the  twenty-fifth  Term  from  matriculation)  who 
satisfy  the  Examiners  are  arranged  alphabetically  in  three  classes 


1802-6 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


193 


according  to  merit.  The  first  examination  under  the  new  system  was 
held  in  1873,  and  the  class-list  of  that  and  subsequent  years  will  be 
found  immediately  after  the  class-lists  of  the  Second  Public  Examina- 
tion of  Trinity  Term  in  each  year. 

"  Examinatoribus  Publicis  se  commendaverunt" 


EASTER  TERM,  1802. 


Hendy,  A.  D. 


"  MAXIME." 
Oriel       |     Marriott,  J. 


Ch.  Ch. 


Winfield,  T. 


Goodenough,  E. 


All  S. 
Bras. 


EASTER  TERM,  1803. 

"  MAXIME." 

I  Eowley,  G.  Univ.      I  Stephenson,  J. 


Lloyd,  C. 


EASTER  TERM,  1804. 

"  MAXIME." 

Ch.  Ch.  |  Turner,  J.  M.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Eden,  Hon.  P. 

EASTER  TERM,  1805. 

"  MAXIME" 
Tinney,  W.  H.2  Magd. 

"  EGBEGIE." 
Symons,  B.  P.  Wadh. 

EASTER  TERM,  1800. 

"  MAXIME." 

Ch.  Ch.  |  Russell,  J.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Ellison,  N.3 


Queen's 


Ch.  Ch. 


Univ. 


[The  Public  Examiners  for  the  years  1801-1806  were  as  follows : — 


1801. 

W.  B.  Portal,  B.D.,  St.  J. 
E.  Allen,  M.A.,  Wore. 
S.  Henshall,  M.A.,  Bras.,  vice  Portal. 
M.  Marsh,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 

E.  Copleston,  M.A.,  Oriel. 
H.  Phillpotts,  M.A.,  Magd. 
S.  P.  Eigaud,  M.A.,  Exeter. 

W.  N.  Darnell,  M.A.,  Corpus,  vice  Henshall. 

1802. 
G.  Shepherd,  M.A.,  Univ. 

F.  Hodson,  M.A.,  Bras. 
E.  Copleston,  M.A.,  Oriel. 
H.  Phillpotts,  M.A.,  Magd. 

E.  P.  Goodenough,  M.A.,  Ch.Ch. 
S.  P.  Eigaud,  M.A.,  Exeter. 

1803. 

H.  Kett,  B.D.,  Trin. 
J.  Vinicombe,  B.D.,  Pemb. 

G.  Shepherd,  M.A.,  Univ. 

F.  Hodson,  M.A.,  Bras. 

E.  P.  Goodenough,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
W.  N.  Darnell,  M.A.,  Corpus. 


1804. 

H.  Kett,  B.D.,  Trin. 
J.  Vinicombe,  B.D.,  Pemb. 
E.  Michell,  M.A.,  Wadh. 
S.  P.  Eigaud,  M.A.,  Exeter. 
W.  N.  Darnell,  M.A.,  Corpus. 
J.  Mousley,  M.A.,  Ball. 

1805. 

G.  Smith,  M.A.,  Magd. 
E.  Michell,  B.D.,  Wadh. 
J.  Dean,  M.A.,  Bras. 
S.  P.  Eigaud,  M.A.,  Exeter. 
W.  Corne,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
J.  Mousley,  M.A.,  BaU. 

1806. 

G.  Smith,  M.A.,  Magd. 
G.  Shepherd,  M.A.,  Univ. 
W.  Corne,  M.A.,  Ch.  Ch. 
J.  Dean,  M.A.,  Bras. 
E.  Dixon,  M.A.,  Queen's. 

E.  Hughes,  B.D.,  Jesus. 

F.  Hodson,  M.A.,  Bras.,  vice  Dean. 


After  the  year  1806  the  names  of  those  who  issued  each  Class  List  are 
printed  after  it.] 


Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's, 


2  Fellow  of  Oriel. 
0 


3  Fellow  of  Merton. 


194 


CLASS  LISTS 


1807 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1807. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Baker,  T.  Oriel 

Burney,C.  P.  Mert. 

James,  W.  Oriel 

Lancaster,  T.  W.1  Oriel 


CLASS  I. 
Gordon,  E.  Ch.Ch.  |  PoweU,  T.  B. 

CLASS  n. 

Morris,  W.  Ch.  Ch.      Sawyer,  C. 

Penson,  P.  New          Strong,  T.  L. 


Oriel 


Ch.  Ch. 
Oriel 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Baker,  T. 
James,  W. 


Oriel 
Oriel 


CLASS  I. 
None. 

CLASS  n. 

Morris,  W.  Ch.  Ch. 

PoweU,  T.  B.  Oriel 


Sawyer,  C. 
Strong,  T.  L. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Oriel 


Examiners.— G.  Shepherd.    E.  P.  Goodenough.    E.  Dixon.    J.  J.  Lake. 


EASTER  TERM,  1808. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Allen,  J.  P. 

Univ. 

Knatchbull,  W.2 

Ch.  Ch. 

Miller,  J. 

Wore. 

Allen,  T.  D. 

Univ. 

Law,  W.  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Monro,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Joy,  H.  H. 

Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Austin,  A. 

Oriel 

Farrer,  W. 

Bras. 

Matthews,  A. 

Bras. 

Blackburne,  J. 
-iwer,  J. 

Bras. 

Exeter 

Farrer,  T. 
Ford,  J. 

Bras. 
Bras. 

McCaul,  J. 
Price,  H." 

Ball. 
Jesus 

^e,W.T. 

Oriel 

Griffin,  E. 

Line. 

Eussell,  W. 

Magd.^ 

Brent,  W.  B.  ] 

Ch.Ch. 

Hinde,  T. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Scott,  T. 

Bushnell,  J. 
Choppin,  F. 
Davies,  J. 

Pemb. 
St.J. 
Oriel 

Leeves,  H. 
Lewin,  T. 
Long,  W. 

Corpus 
Corpus 
Oriel 

Shuldham,  W.  A. 
Stewart,  W. 
Thornton,  J. 

Univ. 
Bras. 
Wadh. 

Dyson,  C. 

Corpus 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Farrer,  W. 
Farrer,  T. 


Bras. 
Bras. 


CLASS  L 
None. 

CLASS  II. 

Fielding,  W.  Corpus 

Leeves,  H.  Corpus 


Kussell,  W. 


Magd. 


Examiners.— G.  Shepherd.    B.  P.  Goodenough.    E.  Dixon.    J.  J.  Lake. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1808. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Cleaver,  J.  F. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Gilbert,  A,  T.           Bras. 

Smith,  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Conybeare,  W.  D. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Peel,E.                    Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  IL 

Addams,  J. 

StJ. 

Hassall,  W.             Bras. 

Pannel,  J. 

St.M.H. 

Beames,  J. 
Blake,  E. 
Brown,  E. 

Line. 
Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Hincks,  T.  C.            Bras. 
Hough,  G.                Pemb. 
Hunt,  T.                    Ch.  Ch. 

Parker,  J.  T. 
Pattison,  M.  J. 
Percival,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Wadh. 

Dawson,  A. 

Bras. 

LeMesurier,  J.T.H.  Bras. 

Eolleston,  M. 

Univ. 

Hampden,  J. 

Queen's 

Newton,  G.  W.        Bras.         Whately,  E.3 

Oriel 

Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's.       2  Fellow  of  All  Souls.       3  Principal  of  Alban  Hall. 


1809 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 


195 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  L 
Peel,  E.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Addams,  J.  St.  J.      I  Cleaver,  J.  F.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Hampden,  J.  Queen's 

Blake,  E.  Ball.       |  Conybeare,  W.  D.    Ch.  Ch.  |  Whately,  E.i  Oriel 

•Examiners.— F.  Hodson.    E.  P.  Goodenough.    J.  Mousley.    G.  L.  Cooke. 


F  EASTER  TERM,  1809. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Cardwell,  E.1 


CLASS  I. 


Bras.      |  Garden,  E. 


Bras.      1  Hall,  S. 


Bras. 


CLASS  II. 


Arnott,  S. 
Barter,  W.  B.2 
Bowyer,  H. 
Clayton,  N. 
Dayman,  C.3 
Fyler,  T.  B. 
Hulme,  G. 

Atkinson,  H.  A. 
Austin,  W. 
BrigstockjW.  P. 
Camplin.  W. 
Cocks,  Hon.  J.  S 
Coley,  J.  B. 
Eddy,  C. 
Fletcher,  J. 

St.  J.' 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 
Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Queen's 
Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 
St.J. 
Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Magd. 
Queen's 

Kennicott,  B.           Oriel 
Luttrell,  H.              Ch.  Ch. 
Mackie,  J.  W.         Ch.  Ch. 
MiUs,  J.  L.               Magd. 
Monro,  E.                 Oriel 
Moore,  J.                  Wore. 

Porter,  G. 
Prescott,  K. 
Prince,  T. 
Eandolph,  T. 
Eidout,  G. 
Vernon,  L.  V. 

Shore,  W.  T. 
Thomas,  F.  H. 
Valintine,  T. 
Valpy,  A.  J. 
White,  W.  H. 
Wright,  T. 
Yeatman,H.F. 

Queen's 
Bras. 
Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Oriel 
Ball. 
Mgd.H. 
Pemb. 
Wadh. 
St.J. 
Ball. 

Glascott,  C.             Edm.H. 
Hill,  J.                      Edm.H. 
Leeke,  T.                  Ch.  Ch. 
Liddell,  H.  G.          Bras. 
Newman,  E.             Wadh. 
Eichards,  E.             Ch.  Ch. 
Eicketts,  F.              Ch.  Ch. 
Scobell,  E.               Mgd.H. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Eichards,  W.  P.4     Queen's 

Barter,  "W.  B. 
Cardwell,  E. 

Arnott,  S. 
Hulme,  G. 

Ch.Ch. 
Bras. 

St.J. 
Ball. 

CLASS  II. 
Dryden,  H.  T.          Trin. 

Eicketts,  F. 
Tanner,  T. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Ball. 

Eidout,  G.                Ball. 
Synge,  J.                  Magd. 

Examiners.—  F.  Hodson.    E.  P.  Goodenough.    J.  Mousley.    G.  L.  Cooke. 

MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1809. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Douglas,  Hon.  F. 

S.N. 

Crook,  C. 
Dodson,  N. 

Badham,  C. 
Biugham,  P. 
Birt,  J. 
East,  J.  B. 
Gray,  E. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Oriel 
St.J. 

Pemb. 
Magd. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Oriel 

CLASS  I. 
Firth,  W. 
Tyler,  J.  E. 
CLASS  II. 
Drury,  C.s 
Slatter,  P.  G. 

Corpus 
Oriel 

Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 

Magd. 
Magd. 
Trin. 
Bras. 
Jesus 

Wilson,  J. 
Swete,  J.  B. 

Irvine,  G.  P. 
Legge,  Hon.  H. 
Newby,  J. 
Eichardson,  S. 
Williams,  J. 

Trin. 
Oriel 

Ch.  Ch. 
A11S. 
Magd. 
Jesus 
Jesus 

Hancock,  W. 
Hoper,  H. 
Hoskins,  W. 
Johnson,  C.  H. 
Jones,  W. 

*  Principal  of  Alban  Hall. 
4  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


2  Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

5  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

02 


196 


CLASS  LISTS 


1810 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematieis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Gray,  E.  Oriel      |  Slatter,  P.  G.  Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  I. 
Oriel      |  Slatter,  P.  G. 

CLASS  II. 
Douglas,  Hon.  F.  S.  N.  Ch.Ch.  |  Tyler,  J.  E. 

Examiners,— -F.  Hodson.    G.  Faussett.    T.  Gaisford. 


Oriel 
G.  L.  Cooke. 


EASTER  TERM,  1810. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Alcock,  W.  N. 
Bathurst,  C. 
Collyns,  C.  H. 

Franco,  E. 
James,  W.2 
Johnson,  P. 
Lewis,  T. 

Best,  T. 
Boyse,  E. 
Carter,  J. 
Everest,  J. 
Eyton,  E.  W. 
Fenwicke,  C. 
Gibson,  J.  E. 
Godfrey,  D.  E. 
Hardy,  C.  H. 
Hitchings,  J. 

Univ. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Bras. 
Corpus 
Exeter 
Queen's 

Wore. 
Ch.  Ch. 
St.  J. 
Corpus 
Bras. 
Line. 
St.  J. 
Queen's 
Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  L 
Fazakerly,  "W. 
Fishlake,  J.  E. 
Gregson,  W. 
CLASS  II. 
Ley,  C. 
Mainwaring,  J. 
Sclater,  W.  L. 
Smith,  E.  O. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 
Bras. 

Ball. 

Bras. 
Bras. 
Corpus 

Brae. 

Exeter 
Exeter 
Bras. 
Magd. 
Magd. 
Bras. 
Pemb. 
St.M.H. 

Keble,  J.' 
Bobbins,  "W. 

Wickham,  H.  L. 
Wilkinson,  M.  W. 
Woodrooffe,  T. 

Eose,  C. 
Sockett,  T. 
Taylor,  E. 
Tredcroft,  H. 
Wayet,  J. 
Wheatley,  W. 
Williams,  J. 
Wittenoom,  J.  B. 
Wodehouse,  T. 

Corpus 
Edm.H. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Wore. 
St.  J. 

Line. 
Exeter 
Bras. 
Ch.Ch. 
Line. 
Bras. 
Jesus 
Bras. 
Mert. 

Holgate,  T.  H. 
Hony,  "W.  E. 
Jago,  J. 
Latham,  P.  M. 
Lear,  F. 
Loveday,  T. 
Luders,  A. 
Powell,  S. 
Eathbone,  C.  B. 

Bathurst,  C. 
Everest,  J. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Ch.  Ch.  I  Hamilton,  J.  L.       Ch.  Ch.   I  Keble,  J.1 
Corpus   |  Hitchings,  J.  Ch.Ch.   |  Napier,  E.3 

CLASS  II. 
None. 


Corpus 
Oriel 


Examiners.— -F.  Hodson.    T.  Gaisford.    G.  L.  Cooke.    D.  Hughes. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1810. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

Cotton,  H. 
Fletcher,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 

CLASS  I. 
Hamilton,  W.  S.      Ball. 
Heath,  E.                 Bras. 

Oakeley,  H. 
Storey,  A  M.  E.4 

Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 

Anderton,  J. 
Ashton,  E. 
Bevan,  G.  J. 

Apsley,  Lord  8 
Bradridge,  H. 
Bury,  E. 
Clay,  F.  F. 
David,  E. 

Wadh. 
Bras. 
Wore. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 

Univ. 
Trin. 
Jesus 

CLASS  II. 
1  Bill,  E.                      Oriel 
Ellis,  C.  W.              Ch.  Ch. 
Milnes,  E.                All  S. 

Eadcliffe,  J. 
Saumarez.  J.5 
Vernon,  W.  V. 

Hunt,  G. 
Ord,  J.  P. 
Euell,  D. 
Wilson,  W. 
Yonge,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Trin. 
Univ. 
Edm.H. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 

Delves,  W.               St.  J. 
Gauntlett,  F.            Wadh. 
Gregory,  D.  W.        Ch.  Ch. 
Harriott,  W.             Exeter 
Harrison,  J.  B.         Magd. 

1  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Fellow  of  Exeter 

3  Fellow  of  All  Souls.         4  Afterwards  A.  M, 
5  The  second  Lord  De  Saumarez. 


;  Vice-Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall. 
.  E.  Story-Maskelyne. 

6   Tho  fnnr+h  ~R!a.rl  "Rat.Tinrst. 


The  fourth  Earl  Bathurst. 


1811 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


197 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematics  is  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Storey,  A.  M.  K.1     Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 
Bradridge,  H.          Wadh. 

Apsley,  Lord2         Ch.  Ch.  |  Wilson,  W.  Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— E.  Dixon.    T.  Gaisford.    G.  Rowley.    D.Hughes. 


EASTER  TERM,  1811. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Hawkins,  E.s           St.  J. 
Martin,  J.  J.4           Ch.  Ch. 

Campbell.Hon.  J.F.  Ch.  Ch. 
Crawley,  C.              Univ. 
Creighton,  A.           Line. 

Austin,  I.                  Wadh. 
Belgrave,  C.              Line. 
Boulger,  J.                Ch.  Ch. 
Boultbee,  J.             Oriel 
Carpenter,  J.            Oriel 
Cole,  N.                    Exeter 
Cox,  S.                      Univ. 
Eden,  Hon.  E.  H.s  Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  I. 
Mayo,  T.                   Oriel 
Eichards,  E.  V.        Ch.  Ch. 
CLASS  II. 
Dalby,  W.                Exeter 
Eliot,  E.                   Exeter 
Macfarlane,  E.        Ball. 

Spurway,  J.             Exeter 
Tyndall,  O.              Ch.  Ch. 

Nicoll,  A.                 Ball. 
Philipps,  W.  T.        Magd. 
White,  G.                 St.  J. 

Matthews,  E.  M.     Line. 
M  oles  worth,  J.E.N.  Trin. 
Oliver,  W.  T.           Bras. 
Patteson,  W.            Ball. 
Perry,  S.                    Mgd.H. 
Eead,  W.                  Edm.H. 
Salter,  T.                  Ch.  Ch. 
Winstanley,  G.        Bras. 

Glyn,  T.  C.               Ch.  Ch. 
Hall,  E.  G.               Queen's 
Hawtayne,  J.           Exeter 
Hurlock,  J.               Wadh. 
Hutchinson,  H.  M.  Univ. 
James,  J.  W.           Jesus 
Johnson,  G.              Oriel 
Leman,  G.  O.           Univ. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis, 

CLASS  I. 

Dalby,  W.  Exeter   I  Hawkins,  E.3  St.  J.       I  Eichards,  E.  V. 

Glyn,T.  C.  Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
Macfarlane,  E.        Ball. 

Finch,  Hon.  D.        Ch.  Ch. 
Examiners.— -E.  Dixon.    T.  Gaisford.    G.  Eowley.    D.  Hughes. 


Ch.  Ch. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1811. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Bull,  J. 

Ch.Ch. 

Coleridge,  W.  H.     Ch.  Ch. 

Ellison,  N.  T.6 

Corpus 

Carr,  T. 

Univ. 

Dawson,  G.  E.          Ch.  Ch. 

Senior,  N.  W. 

Magd. 

CLASS  II. 

Addison,  J. 
Baker,  G.  E. 

Line. 
Trin. 

Hoskins,  H.              Oriel 
Jackson,  W.            Queen's 

Eogers,  F.  J.  N. 
Zillwood,  J. 

Oriel 
Wadh. 

Blomefield,  T.  WJ  Ch.  Ch. 

Keble,  T.                  Corpus 

Bankes,  H.  C. 

Alb.H. 

Gaunt,  C.                 Bras. 

Morrall,  H. 

Bras. 

Chinnery,  G.  E. 
Coleridge,  J.  D. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Gully,  S.  T.              Wadh. 
Hornby,  G.               Bras. 

Musgrave,  E. 
Eice,  E. 

Trin. 
Wore. 

Dering,  C.  E. 
Drury,  W. 
Evans,  J. 
Ford,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 
Line. 
Univ. 

Hughes,  J.                Jesus 
Hutchings,  W.  J.    Ch.Ch. 
Jones,  E.                   Corpus 
Morgan,  G.              Ch.  Ch. 

Short,  T. 
Taylor,  H. 
Taylor,  J. 
Walker,  E.  F. 

Trin. 
Univ. 
Bras. 
New 

i  Afterwards  A  M.  E.  Story-Maskelyne. 
3  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Oriel. 
5  The  second  Lord  Henley. 
7  Fellow  of  Merton. 


2  The  fourth  Earl  Bathurst. 
4  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
8  Fellow  of  Balliol. 


198 


Bayley,  F.  S. 
Blomefield,  T. 


CLASS  LISTS  1812 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Queen's  I  Btdl,  J.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Coleridge,  W.  H.     Ch.  Ch. 

.i  Ch.  Ch.  |  Chmnery,  G.  B,       Ch.  Ch.  | 

CLASS  n. 
Day,  E.  Trin. 


Jones,  E.  Corpus   |  Keble,  T.  Corpus   |  Musgrave,  E.          Trin. 

Examiners.—  E.  Dixon.   G.  Bowley.    E.  Jenkyns.   E.  Goodenough. 


EASTER  TERM,  1812. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  L 
Coleridge,  J.  T.2      Corpus 


Bartholomew,  J.      Corpus 
Bathurst,  Hon.  W. 
L.3                         All  S. 

Boissier,  P.  E.          Ch.  Ch. 
Borrows,  W.    '        Edm.H. 
Burd,  G.                   Ch.  Ch. 
Hardwick,  J.           BaU. 

CLASS  n. 
De  La  Warr,  Earl                 1  Law,  E. 
of*                        Bras.         Eelton,  J.  E. 
Hildyard,W.           Trin.      4  White,  G. 

Hesketh,  W.            Bras.         Parish,  H. 
Jones,  J.                   Jesus         Paynter,  J. 
Lind,  J.                    Wadh.       Eandolph,  J.  H. 
Oakeley,  W.  G.        Ch.  Ch. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Queen's 
Oriel 

Edm.H. 
Edm.H. 
CtuCh. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 


Burd,  G. 


Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  II. 
Law,  E.  Ch.  Ch. 

Garrard,  G.  S.          Edm.  H. 
Examiners.— -E.  Dixon.    G.  Eowley.    E.  Jenkyns.    E.  Goodenough. 


MICHAELMAS  TEKM,  1812. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Brandram,  A. 
Burdon,  B. 

Oriel 
Oriel 

Hooker,  T.  E. 
Eandall,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 

Short,  T.  V. 

Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  n. 

Bernard,  G. 
Biddulph,  Z.  H. 
Bush,  J. 

Bras. 

Magd. 
Oriel 

Hughes,  J. 
Kilgour,  T. 
Slack,  S. 

Oriel 
Magd. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Smith,  H. 
Tucker,  W.  H. 
Watson,  J. 

Bras. 
Exeter 
Bras. 

Clare,  Earl  of 

Ch.  Ch. 

Smith,  T.  S. 

Magd. 

Adair,  A. 
Annand,  A. 
Ashfield,  C.  E. 

Oriel 
Ball. 
Bras. 

Bridger,  W.  M. 
Briscoe,  J.  I. 
Clayton,  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 
Oriel 

Ley,  T.  H. 
Lys,  J.  T. 
Norton,  G. 

Exeter 
Exeter 
Queen's 

Attfield,  W. 

Oriel 

Davies,  C. 

Pemb. 

Pechell,  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Blackmore,  E. 

Merton 

Goodrich,  B. 

Univ. 

Eawling,  W. 

Edm.H. 

Bliss,  W. 

Oriel 

Goring,  G. 

Bras. 

1  Fellow  of  Merton. 


2  Fellow  of  Exeter.  3  The  fifth  Earl  Bathurst 

4  The  fifth  Earl  of  De  La  Warr. 


1813 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Brandram,  A.          Oriel       I  Sandilands,  K.  S.  I  Short,  T.  V. 

Kent,  T.  Trin.  B.  Ch.Ch.  | 

CLASS  II. 
Kilgour,  T.  Magd.    |   Slack,  S.  Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners— S.  C.  Jones.    J.  Davison.    K.  Jenkyns.    E.  Goodenough. 


199 


Ch.  Ch. 


EASTER  TERM,  1813. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Grantham,  T. 

Magd. 

Lockhart,  J.  G.        Ball. 

Vernon,  G.  V. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Herbert,  Hon.  A 

1   Exeter 

Milman,  H.  H.         Bras. 

CLASS  II. 

Batty,  E. 
Bellamy,  E. 
Bosanquet,  G. 

Bras. 

St.  J. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Seymour,  W.           Oriel 
Sibthorpe,  E.  W.     Magd. 
Somerset,  Lord  G. 

Trist,  S.  J. 
Villers,  W. 
Wilson,  J. 

Oriel 
Ball. 
Queen's 

Christie,  J.  H. 

Ball. 

C.  H.                      Ch.  Ch. 

Coleman,  J.  N. 

Queen's 

Bisshopp,  G.  W. 
Bradley,  T. 
Brown,  R 

Queen's 

Eyre,  J.  H.               Ch.  Ch. 
Glubb,  J.  M.            Exeter 
Greenlaw,  W.          Wadh. 

Manley,  J. 
Marker,  H.  G. 
Plumptre,  H.  S. 

Univ. 

Exeter 
Merton 

Burton,  C.  J. 

Queen's 

Griffith,  E.  C.           Wadh. 

Eidley,  C.  J. 

Univ. 

Cloves,  J.  G. 
Collyns,  J.  M. 
Davie,  P.  G. 

Bras. 

Exeter 
Edm.H. 

Janion,  E.                Bras. 
Jones,  J.  F.              Ball. 
Jones,  T.                    Oriel 

Smith,  J. 
Streatfeild.  W. 
Williams,  T. 

Bras. 
Trin. 
Jesus 

Edwards,  G. 

Edm.H. 

Malpas,  J.  H.          Exeter 

Woolley,  C.  B. 

Oriel 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Bellamy,  E. 

St.  J.      1  Briscoe,  A.               Queen's 

Vernon,  G.  V. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bosanquet,  G. 

Ch.  Ch.  |  Ogle,  J.  A.                Trin. 

Wilson,  J. 

Queen's 

Brewster,  J. 


CLASS  II. 
Woolley,  C.  B.         Oriel 

Univ.     |  Burton,  C.J. 


Queen's 


Examiners.— 3.  C.  Jones.    J.  Davison.    E.  Jenkyns.    E.  Goodenough. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1813. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Booth,  G.2 
Cooke,  T. 
Cornish,  G.  J. 

Line. 
Oriel 
Corpus 

Everett,  G.  F.           Ball. 
Hampden,  E.  D.3     Oriel 
Lowe,  J.  J.               Bras. 

Mills,  W. 
Williams,  E. 

Magd. 
Jesus 

Beynon,  D. 
Charnock,  J.* 

Carter,  G. 
Cooper,  A. 
Cuming,  J. 
Davies,  D.  S. 
Dodson,C. 
Evans,  D. 

Jesus 
Merton 

Ch.  Ch. 
Oriel 
Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 
Jesus 

CLASS  II. 
Hayter,  W.  G.          Trin. 
Manley,  O.               Exeter 

Potter,  J.  P. 
Tucker,  J. 

Prince,  J.  C. 
Eickards,  T.  A. 
S  alter,  J. 
ScobeU,  J. 
Walters,  J. 

Oriel 

Corpus 

Bras. 
Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 
Pemb. 

Gardiner,  S.  J.         Oriel 
Holt,  E.                     Bras. 
Madan,  S.                 Ch.  Ch. 
Morgan,  S.  F.           Jesus 
Phelips,  E.                Ch.  Ch. 
Pott,  F.                      St.  J. 

1  Fellow  of  Merton.                                          2  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 
3  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall.                          *  Fellow  of  University. 

200 


CLASS  LISTS 


1814 


Buckley,  T.  Line. 

Hampden,  K.  D.      Oriel 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 
CLASS  I. 


Longlands,  W.  D.1  Queen's  I  Eickards,  T.  A. 
Madan,  S.  Ch.  Ch.  | 

CLASS  II. 
Tucker,  J.  Corpus 

Manley,  O.  Exeter 

Examiners.— J.  C.  Jones.    J.  Davison.    T.  Collins.    C.  Lloyd. 


Oriel 


EASTEK  TERM,  1814. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Arnold.  T.2 
Guille,  W. 

Blencowe,  E.  W. 
Cholmondeley,  "W". 
Dansey,  "W". 

Abbiss,  J. 
Banks,  M. 
Bishop,  H. 
Bradley,  W. 
Brown,  W. 
Burmester,  C. 
Ching,  W.  J. 
Cleoburey,  C. 
Daniel,  J. 

Corpus 
Oriel 

Oriel 
Alb.  H. 
Exeter 

Trin. 
Wadh. 
Oriel 
Bras. 
"Wore. 
Exeter 
St.  J. 
Pemb. 
Jesus 

CLASS  I. 
Penrose,  T.  T.3 
Short,  W. 

CLASS  II. 
Daubeny,  C.  G.  B. 
Faithfull,  E. 
Jackson,  S. 

Corpus 
Ch.  Ch. 

Magd. 
Wadh. 
Ball. 

Pemb. 
Pemb. 
Ball. 
Queen's 
St.  J. 
Pemb. 
Corpus 
Pemb. 
Merton 

Williams,  J.            Ball. 

Langston,  S.  H.       Wadh. 
Mayo,  C.                   St.  J. 

Sclater,  J.  M.           Merton 
Seymour,  H.  D.       Ch.  Ch. 
Shrubb,  H.               Corpus 
Sutton,  W.                Ball. 
Trefusis,  Hon.C.E.4  Oriel 
Tucker,  W.  M.         Ball. 
Vane,  F.                   Queen's 
Wright,  W.              St.  J. 

Davies,  J. 
Demainbray,  F. 
Fox,  H. 
Harrison,  M. 
Heath,  R. 
James,  W. 
King,  J.  W. 
Moore,  W. 
Puller,  G. 

Finch,  H. 

Borradaile,  W. 
Clark,  W.  H. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Ch.  Ch.  |  Short,  W.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Trefusis,  Hon.  C.E.4  Oriel 

CLASS  II. 

Bras.      I  Davies,  J.  Pemb.    I  Wilson,  W.  Wadh. 

Exeter   |  Demainbray,  F.       Pemb.     | 


Faithfull,  E. 


Wadh. 


Examiners.— J.  C.  Jones.    J.  Davison.    T.  Collins.    C.  Lloyd. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1814. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

Cherry,  G.  H. 
Cooper,  C.  P. 
Cramer,  J.  A.5 

Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  I. 
Fynes,  C.  J.6            Ch.  Ch. 
Hellicar,  C.  J.           Magd. 
Hull,  W.  W.             Bras. 

Lowndes,  W. 
Madan,  W. 

Bras. 
Ch.Ch. 

Basevi,  N.  N. 
Birkett,  W. 
Butcher,  E.  E. 
Calcott,  J. 

Ball. 
Bras. 

Univ. 
Line. 

CLASS  II. 
Cooke,  S.  F.              Univ. 
Foster,  F.  D.             Ball. 
Jacob,  E.                  Corpus 

Eobinson,  J. 
Willis,  S. 
Yonge,  J. 

Bras. 

gap 

i  Fellow  of  Balliol.  2  Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

4  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  nineteenth  Lord  Clinton.  5  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall. 

6  Afterwards  C.  J.  Fynes-Clinton. 


1815 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


201 


Chambers.  J. 
Collins,  C.  T. 
Cotton,  W. 
Crump,  C.  C. 
Glascott,  T.  J. 

A11S. 
Ball. 
Exeter 
Exeter 
Ball. 

In  Discii 

Cooke,  S.  F. 
Cooper,  C.  P. 

Univ. 
Wadh. 

Goff,  E.  Ch.  Ch. 

Greene,  T.  Oriel 

Holland,  T.  E.  M.  Ball. 

Jackson,  J.  Bras. 

Ives,  C.  Exeter 


Keene,  C.  E.1 
Pellew,  Hon.  G. 
Smith,  J. 
Thompson,  W.2 
Walker,  K. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

Madan,  W. 


CLASS  I. 
Cramer,  J.  A.3          Ch.  Ch. 


Ch.  Ch. 

Corpus 

Trin. 

Queen's 

Magd. 


Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  II. 

Keene,  C.  E.1  Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— T.  Collins.    C.Lloyd.    E.  Cardwell.    J.  Keble. 


EASTEK  TERM,  1815. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Blaauw,  W.  H. 
Burton,  E. 

Adolphus,  J.  L. 
Bathurst,  K. 
Brown,  J. 
Cotton,  E.  L. 
Dickins,  W. 

Amory,  T. 
Babb,  J. 
Bosanquet,  H. 
Brandt,  F. 
Buller,  W.6 
Coker,  W.  K. 

Blencowe,  C. 
Burton,  E. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

St.  J. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Wore. 
Exeter 

Wadh. 
Wadh. 
Corpus 
Bras. 
Oriel 
Oriel 

In  Disci] 

Line. 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  I. 
Ingham,  E.               Oriel 
Moody,  H.  E.           Oriel 
CLASS  II. 
Harris,  J.  L.            Exeter 
Hinds,  S.4                 Queen's 
Lloyd,  W.  F.            Ch.  Ch. 
Master,  E.  M.           Ball. 
Mildmay,C.WSt.J.5Bras. 

Ogilvie,  C.  A.           Ball. 
Webb,  P.  B.             Ch.  Ch. 

Phillips,  W.  S.         Trin. 
Wratislaw,  G.  G.  A.  Magd. 
Wynter,  P.                St.  J. 
Yonge,  J.                 Exeter 

Langton,  W.  C.       Wadh. 
Morrison,  A.  C.  H.  Wadh. 
Percy,  Hon.  C.         Ch.  Ch. 
Prowse,  W.              Edm.H. 
Sheen,  S.                 Ball. 

Physicis. 

Moody,  H.  E.           Oriel 
Morrison,  A.  C.  H.  Wadh. 

Cutler,  E.                 Exeter 
Dawson,  H.              Oriel 
Gamble,  H.              Exeter 
Griffiths,  T.               Wadh. 
Lane,  C.                   Queen's 

plinis  Mathematicis  et 

CLASS  I. 
Heawood,  E.            Ch.  Ch. 
Lloyd,  W.  F.            Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

None. 
Examiners.— T.  Collins.    C.  Lloyd.    E.  Cardwell.    J.  Keble. 


MICHAELMAS  TEKM,  1815. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

Latham,  H. 
Longley,  C.  T. 

Cooper,  E.  P. 
Edwards,  A. 

Cockerell,  S.  P.5 
East,  J. 
Hutton,  C.  H.7 
Love,  C.  J.  C.  C. 

Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 

St.  J. 
Magd. 

Trin. 
Edm.H. 
Ball. 
Mgd.H. 

CLASS  I. 
Eoberts,  T.  G.          Bras. 
Wilson,  J.  A.           Ch.  Ch. 
CLASS  II. 
Faulkner.  H.  B.       Bras. 
Herrick,  W.             Univ. 

Yates,  S.  W. 

Meade,  E.  J. 
Meredith,  E. 

Eust,  G. 
Tibbits,  E.  J. 
White,  H. 

Ball. 

Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Bras.: 
Ch.  Ch. 
Corpus 

Manwaring,  E.  M.  Bras. 
Ottey,  G.  F.               Oriel 
Eiddell,  J.                Ball. 

1  Afterwards  C.  E.  Euck-Keene ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
2  Principal  of  St.  Edmund  Hall.  3  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall. 

*  Vice-Principal  of  Alban  Hall.  5  Fellow  of  Merton. 

<s  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  *  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


202 


CLASS  LISTS 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Meredith,  E.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Wilson,  J.  A.  Oh.  Ch. 


1816 


CLASS  II. 
Ottey,  G.  F.  Oriel 

Examiners.^ ~W.  Corne.    G.  L.  Cooke.    E.  Cardwell.    J.  Keble. 


EASTER  TERM,  1816. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

Awdry,  J.  W.1 
Clifton,  Lord  2 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  I. 
Creyke,  S.                Corpus  1  Stocker,  C.  W.4 
Dornford,  J.3            Wadh.   | 

St.  J. 

Allen,  H. 
Blackmore,  J. 
Eedle,  E. 
Furse,  J.  H. 
Greenlaw,  E.  B. 

Corpus 
Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 
Exeter 
Wore. 

CLASS  n. 
Hasler,  E.                Univ. 
Hawkins,  F.            St.  J. 
Hughes,  T.  L.           Bras. 
Manley,  J.                Wadh. 
Miller,  C.                 Magd. 

Servante,  W. 
Walker,  J. 
Watts,  J. 
Wellesley,  H.5 

Exeter 
New 
Univ. 
Ch.Ch. 

Anderson,  T. 
Birch,  W.  S. 
Bolton,  H. 
Boucher,  B. 
Cockeram,  H. 
Deacon,  W.  W. 
Edmonstone,  A. 

Exeter 
Oriel 
Exeter 
Ball. 
Exeter 
Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

Ellis,  Hon.G.W.  A.6Ch.  Ch. 
Eyre,  W.  T.              Bras. 
Fuller,  E.  F.            Bras. 
Garden,  J.                Exeter 
Greaves,  E.              Wadh. 
Griffith,  J.  W.          Queen's 
Grylls,  H.                 Exeter 

Jennings,  T.  F. 
Stafford,  J.  C. 
Stanhope,  C.  S. 
West,  J. 
Wilkinson,  T.  BT. 
Wills,  W. 
Young,  D. 

Wadh. 
Magd. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Exeter 
Exeter 
Wadh. 
Ball. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

Eedle,  E. 

CLASS  L 
Ch.  Ch.      Greenlaw,  E.  B.      Wore. 

Watts,  J. 

Univ. 

Best,  F. 
Dornford,  J.8 

Wore. 
Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 
Hawkins,  F.            St.  J. 
Hoskins,  J.              Queen's 

Jennings,  T.  F. 
Stocker,  C.  W.* 

Wadh. 
St.  J. 

Greaves,  E.  Wadh.    |  Pope,  E.  Queen's 

Examiners.— -W.  Corne.    G.  L.  Cooke.    E.  Cardwell.    J.  Keble. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1816. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Bruen,  F. 

Hasker,  G.  H.          Exeter 
Hodgkinson,  J.        Bras. 
Macdonnell,  A.       Ch.  Ch. 

Bouverie,  W.  A.«     Ch.  Ch. 
Coltman,  W.  T.        Bras. 
Crawford,  J.             Ch.  Ch. 
Filleul,  P.                 Pemb. 
Formby,  M.              Bras. 

CLASS  I. 
Ch.  Ch.  |  Jenkyns,  H.1 

CLASS  II. 
Morgan,  W.             Magd. 
Owen,  H.  D.             Jesus 

Corpus 

Parry,  TJ 
Plumer,  T.  H. 

Spencer,  F.  C. 
Wall,  C.  B. 
Williams,  H. 
Young,  W.  B. 

Oriel 
Ball. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Jesus 
St.J. 

Gillbee,  W. 
Hordern,  J. 
Jones,  J. 
Proctor,  G. 
Eooke,  G. 

Wore. 
Bras. 
Jesus 
Edm.H. 
Merton 

i  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

3  Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's ;  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

5  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall. 

7  Fellow  of  Balliol. 


2  The  fifth  Earl  of  Darnley. 
*  Vice-Principal  of  Alban  Hall. 
6  Afterwards  Lord  Dover. 
8  Fellow  of  Merton. 


1817 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 
In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 
Jenkyns,  H.1 


203 


Oriel 


Formby,  M. 
Examiners.— W.  Corne. 


CLASS  i. 
Corpus   |   Parry,  T. 

CLASS  II. 
Bras.      |  Lord,  S.  C.  Wadh. 

G.  L.  Cooke.    A,  T.  Gilbert.    J.  E.  Tyler. 


EASTER  TERM,  1817. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Butler,  R. 
Fane,  R.  G.  C, 
Hodges,  T.  S. 

Follett,  R.  F. 
Griffith,  J.  P. 
Howard,  Hon.  H. 
E.  J. 

Bullock,  J. 
Calhoun,  T.  G. 
Carne,  J. 
Colvile,  A.  A. 
Coulthurst,  C.  H. 
Enys,  J.  S. 

Ball. 
Magd. 
Univ. 

Exeter 
Wadh. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Wore. 
Magd. 
Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Exeter 

CLASS  I. 
Johnson,  A.2 
Lloyd,  F. 
Morgan,  W. 

CLASS  II. 
Mundy,  M. 
Pennant,  I). 
Plumptre,  F.  C. 

Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Magd. 

Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 

Bras. 
Trin. 
Wadh. 
Wadh. 
Pemb. 
Jesus 

Povah,  R.  W.          St.  J. 
Richards,  G.            Queen's 

Quin,  E.                    Mgd.H. 
Rickards,  S.              Oriel 
Wright,  I.  C.3          Ch.  Ch. 

Larking,  H.        .      Univ. 
Montgomery.  G.  A.  Oriel 
Philipps,  J.  E.          Queen's 
Rawes,  W.               Univ. 
Sidebottom,  H.  F.    St.  J. 

Feilden,  H.  J. 
Ford,  R. 
Harbin,  W. 
Hutton,  F.  H. 
Jeans,  J.  L. 
Jones,  D. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Evans,  G.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Larkins,  H.  Univ.     |  Mundy,  M.  Exeter 

CLASS  II. 
Baylis,  W.  H.          Wadh.    |  Povah,  R.  W.  St.  J.      |  Richards,  G.  Queen's 

Furbank,  T.  Line. 

Examiners.— W.  Corne.    G.  L.  Cooke.    A.  T.  Gilbert.    J.E.Tyler. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1817. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Baring,  F.4 
Greswell,  W.5 
Henderson,  G. 

Glaister,  W. 
Graves,  J.  S. 
Hale,  W.  H. 
Kekewich,  S. 

Cleaver,  H.  O. 
Colson,  J.  M. 
Duncombe,  C. 
Glyn,  G.  H. 
Grove,  W. 
Hall,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Bras. 

Univ. 
Bras. 
Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Oriel 
Wadh. 

Knight,  H.  H. 
Mure,  J. 

CLASS 
Morrall,  J. 
Owen,  0. 
Pitt,  J. 

Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

II. 

Bras. 
Jesus 
Ch.  Ch. 

Sanderson,  S. 
Shuldham,  J. 

Sullivan,  F.6 
Tristram,  H.  B. 
Walker,  J. 

Merewether,  J. 
Noble,  R. 
Ranken,  C. 
Shapeott,  T.  L. 
Sydenham,  J. 
Troughton,  J. 

Pemb. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 

Queen's 
Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Alb.  H. 
Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

Hewitt,  Hon.  J.  P.  Ch.  Ch. 
Hughes,  J.  W.          Trin. 
Johnson,  T.              Bras. 
Jones,  J.                   Jesus 
King,  W.  M.             Ch.  Ch. 
Lewis,  D.                  Bras. 

1  Fellow  of  Oriel. 
8  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 
6  Fellow  of  Balliol. 

2  Afterwards  Arthur  Johnson-Daniel. 
4  The  first  Lord  Northbrook. 
6  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

204 


CLASS   LISTS 


1818 


In  Disciplines  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Baring,  F.i  Ch.  Ch.  |  Glyn,  G.  H.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Powell,  B.  Oriel 

CLASS  II. 
Hale,  W.  H.  Oriel 


Crabb,G.                 Mgd.H. 
Examiners.—  G.  Gleed.    A.  T.  Gilbert.    J.  E.  Tyler.    J.  Bull. 

EASTER  TERM,  1818. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

Bethell,  E.2             Wadh. 
Buchanan,  J.           Wadh. 
Burton,  W.  H.         Exeter 

Beresford,  W.          St.M.H. 
Best,  W.  S.               Bras. 
Bramston,  T.  W.s    Ch.  Ch. 
Chilton,  G.               Queen's 
Dawson,  F.  A.         Bras. 
Everest,  E.               Univ. 

Austen,  G.                Trin. 
Boswell,  T.  A.          Bras. 
Clarina,  Lord           Ch.  Ch. 
Daniel,  D.                Jesus 
Davis,  E.                   Oriel 
Dupuis,  C.  S.  S.       Pemb. 
Eckersall,  C.            Corpus 
Evans,  J.                   Ch.  Ch. 
Farley,  T.                Magd. 
Gosling,  B.              Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  I. 
Girdlestone,  C.3       Wadh. 
Greswell,  E.            Corpus 

CLASS  H. 
Feild,  J.                   Queen's 
Forshall,  J.              Exeter 
Gould,  J.                  Ball. 
Higgins,  T.               Bras. 
Kingsborough, 
Viscount              Exeter 

Bound,  C.  G. 
Stalman,  W.4 

Laurence,  E.  F. 
Lloyd,  J. 
Majendie,  H.  L.  * 
Norris,  J. 
Smith,  C.  S. 
Tufnell,  J.  C.  F. 

Eoch,  W. 
Seymour,  G. 
Smithwick,  W.  J. 
Toke,  J. 
Ward,  P. 
Wilkinson,  W. 
Willis,  J.  E. 
Wrey,  H.  B. 
Young,  E.  N. 

Ball. 
Magd. 

Pemb. 
Ball. 
Oriel 
Corpus 
Corpus 
Ch.  Ch. 

Trin. 
Merton 
Oriel 
Bras. 
Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

ar 

Ch.  Ch. 

Harward,  J.  N.       Wore. 
Hayton,  T.                Queen's 
Hewett,  C.                Bras. 
Higgon,  J.                St.M.H. 
Howman,  G.  E.        Ball. 
Jenkins,  J.  C.           Line. 
Kennicott-E.  D.      Univ. 
Kerly,  E.  W.           Exeter 
Mallock,  E.              Ch.  Ch. 
Pering,  J.  S.            Oriel 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Burton,  W.  H.         Exeter      Forshall,  J.              Exeter  |  Greswell,  E. 

Corpus 

Barton,  H.  J.           Bras. 
Everest,  E.               Univ. 

Bethell,  E.2             Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 
Girdlestone.  C.3       Wadh. 
Kerly,  E.  W.           Exeter 

Laurence,  E.  F. 
Evans,  J. 

Pemb. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Buchanan,  J.           Wadh. 

Examiners.—  G.  Gleed.    A.  T.  Gilbert.    J.  E.  Tyler.    J.  Bull. 

MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1818. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

Bathurst,  W.  H.      Ch.  Ch. 
Carr,  J.3                   Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  I. 
Hasell,  E.  W.          Oriel 
Hooker,  J.  B.«         Oriel 

Nicholl,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

1  The  first  Lord  Northbrook. 
3  Fellow  of  Balliol. 
5  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


2  The  first  Lord  Westbury. 
4  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 
6  Afterwards  J.  B.  Ottley. 


1819 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 


205 


Coleridge,  H. 
Finlow,  T. 
Fisher,  W. 
Harrison,  H.  B. 

Baillie,  W.  H. 
Cameron,  D. 
Clough,  A.  B. 
Connor,  D. 
Deedes,  J. 
Deverell,  W.  H. 

Merton 
Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Ball. 
Wadh. 
Jesus 
St.M.H. 
Trin. 
Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 
Majendie,  G.  J.1      Ch.  Ch. 
Parr,  J.  O.                 Bras. 
Smith,  H.  H.            Ball. 

Titchfield,  Marquis 
of 
Veysie,  D. 
Warde,  E.  B. 

Jones,  E. 
Pearson,  E. 
Scott,  E. 
Tyndall,  G.2 
Webb,  E. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 

Wore. 
St.  J. 
Queen's 
Ch.  Ch. 
Queen's 

Drury,  A.                  Trin.' 
Farlam,  J.                Queen's 
Ford,  J.                     Oriel 
Gretton,  T.                Ch.  Ch. 
Hawkins,  F.  B.        Exeter 
Holland,  W.            Ch.  Ch. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

Bathurst,  W.  H. 
Ford,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

CLASS  I. 
Harrison,  H.  B.       Ch.  Ch. 

Lacy,  C. 

All  S. 

CLASS  II. 
Finlow,  T.  Wadh.    |  Jones,  J.  Jesus      |  Veysie,  D. 

Clerke,  C.  C.  Ch.  Ch.   |  Holland,  W.  Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— G.  Gleed.    J.  Bull.    N.T.Ellison.    W.  Dalby. 


Ch.  Ch. 


EASTER  TERM,  1819. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Bellamy,  C. 
Bosanquet,  C. 

St.  J. 
H.     Ball. 

CLASS  I. 
Buller,  J.  W.3          Oriel 
Sandon,  Viscount  4  Ch.  Ch. 

Simmons,  W. 

Bras. 

Brodrick,  G. 
Dauncey,  P. 
Graham,  W. 
Gray,  W. 
Kitson,  T.5 

Baron,  W. 
Bartrum,  J.  P 
Boucher,  H. 
Brandreth,  H 
Brown,  E. 
Coney,  J. 
Dandridge,  J. 

Oriel 
Alb.H. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Wadh. 
Edm.H. 
Wadh. 
St.  J. 
Mgd.H. 
Oriel 
Wore. 

CLASS  II. 
Lancaster,  E.  T.      Exeter 
Langley,  W.  H.        Ch.  Ch. 
Lyell,  C.                    Exeter 
Martin,  W.               Merton 
Monro,  E.                Merton 

Paul,  E.  B. 
Phelps,  W.  W. 
Eamsay,  Sir  J.,  Bt. 
Warner,  E. 
Whitcombe,  C. 

Eowley,  T. 
Salt,  F. 
Shaw,  T. 
Smith,  C.  E. 
Vincent,  F. 
Wilder,  H.  W. 
Woodyatt,  E. 

Exeter 
Corpus 
Ch.  Ch. 
Queen's 
Oriel 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Oriel 
Bras. 
Oriel 
Bras. 

Gordon,  H.              Exeter 
Hammond,  S.       *    Univ. 
Hunter,  G.  E.           Wadh. 
Kelly,  D.  H.             St.M.H. 
Newman,  H.  B.       Wadh. 
Eoos,Hon.W.L.L. 
F.de6                   Ch.Ch. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

Allen,  J. 
Bellamy,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 
St.  J. 

CLASS  I. 
Langley,  W.  H.       Ch.  Ch. 
Sandon,  Viscount  4  Ch.  Ch. 

Wrottesley,  J.7 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  n. 

Bonham,  J.              Bras. 

Examiners.-^.  Gleed.    J.  Bull.    N.T.Ellison.    W.  Dalby. 

1  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 

3  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

5  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

7  The  second  Lord  Wrottesley. 


2  Fellow  of  Merton. 

4  The  second  Earl  of  Harrowby. 

6  The  twentieth  Lord  de  Eos. 


206 


CLASS  LISTS 


1819 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  r!819. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Gipps,  H. 
Newbold,  F.  S. 

Wore. 
Bras. 

CLASS  I. 
Parsons,  F.  J. 
Peel,  W. 

Magd. 
Bras. 

Eust,  J. 

Univ.    ! 

Baron,  J. 
Bracken,  E. 
Buckley,  H.  W.1 
Cockburn,  W.  S. 
Forster,  G-. 

Anderdon,  E.  B. 
Buller,  J.  B.  Y.2 
Dyce,  A. 
Everett,  E. 

Bras. 
Queen's 
Bras. 
E.  Exeter 
Univ. 

Queen's 
Oriel 
Exeter 
Ball. 

CLASS  n. 
Harrison,  W. 
Hayward,  G.  C. 
Hordern,  P.      . 
Jones,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Pemb. 
Bras. 
Jesus 

Oriel 

Mgd.H. 
Corpus 
Univ. 

Musgrave,  G.  M. 
Ness,  E.  D. 
Eayner,  W.  J. 
Eichards,  J.  L. 

Pole,  W. 
Tragitt,  T.  H. 
Wanstall,  E. 

Bras. 
Line. 
Pemb. 
Exeter 

Ball. 
Corpus 
Queen's 

Fremantle,  T.  F.» 
Harling,  J. 
King,  W. 
Monro,  H. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Fremantle,  T.  F.3  Oriel  |  King,  W.  Corpus 

CLASS  n. 
Harrison,  W.  Ch.Ch.  |  Lockhart,  J.  Univ. 

Wanstall,  E.  Queen's 

Examiners.— B.  P.  Symons.    E.  Cardwell.    N.  T.  Ellison.    W.  Dalby. 


EASTEB  TERM,  1820. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Brodrick,  W.  J.* 
Churton,  T.  T. 

Ball. 
Bras. 

Labouchere,  H.5      Ch.  Ch. 
Eound,  J.  T.            Ball. 

Sandford,  D.  K. 

CLASS  H. 

AspinalLJ. 
Bilton,  W. 

St.M.H. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Jelf,  E.  W.7              Ch.  Ch. 
Larking,  L.  B.         Bras. 

Plumer,  C.  J.9 
Thomas,  G.  F. 

Bridges,  B.  H.1 

Oriel 

Malcolm,  N.             Ch.  Ch. 

Thresher,  F.  E. 

Clive,  A.                   Bras. 
Gower,  Lord  F.  L.6  Ch.  Ch. 

Oxnam,  G.  N.8         Wadh. 
Panton,  J.  E.  W,     Univ. 

Vavasour,  M. 

Barber,  J.  H. 
Coleridge,  G.  M. 

Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Lushington,  S.  G.    Oriel 
Paulson,  G.  E.          Ball. 

Quarles,  T. 
White,  W. 

Forster,  J. 

Edm.H. 

Perceval,  H.             Bras. 

Wilson,  H. 

Larden,  G.  E. 

Bras. 

Pye,  H.  A.                Magd. 

Wootten,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 


Ball. 
Wore. 
Queen's 
Bras. 


Exeter 
Bras. 
Oriel 
Ball. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Forsterj  J.  Edm.H.  |  Eound,  J.  T.  Ball.       j  Wootten,  J.  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Butt,  J.  Line.      I  Thomas,  G.  F.          Wore.     |  Ward,  C.  Bras. 

Goodison,  B.  C.        Wore.     |  | 

Examiners.— B.  P.  Symons.    E.  Cardwell.    N.  T.  Ellison.    W.  Dalby. 


1  Fellow  of  Merton. 

a  The  first  Lord  Cottesloe. 

5  The  first  Lord  Taunton. 

7  FeUow  of  Oriel;  Canon  of  Ch.  Ch. 

9  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


2  The  first  Lord  Churston. 

4  The  seventh  Viscount  Midleton. 

6  The  first  Earl  of  Ellesmere. 

8  Fellow  of  Exeter;  afterwards  G.  N.  Oxenham. 


1821 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


207 


MICHAELMAS  TEKM,  1820. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 
CLASS  I. 


Portman,  E.  B.1       Ch.  Ch. 
Taylor,  S.2                Oriel 

Anderson,  J.  S.  M.  Ball. 
Austen,  J.  E.           Exeter 
Bourne,  B.  B.           Ch.  Ch. 
Buller,  E.                 Oriel 

Bennett,  E.  L.          Merton 
Codrington,  T.  S.     Bras. 
Gillett,  G.  E.            Oriel 
Holden,  H.  A.          Wore. 

Thompson,  W.  C.    Wadh. 
Walesby,  F.  P.3       Wadh. 

CLASS  n. 
Cole,  W.  S.               Wore. 
Heneage,  G.  H.  W.  Ch.  Ch. 
Knapp,  J.  W.           St.  J. 
Master,  J.  S.            Ball. 

Huthwaite,  S.          Wadh. 
Innes,  C.  N.              Ball. 
Molesworth,  H.       Exeter 
Neale,  F.                  Trin. 

Williams,  W.  B.     Queen's 

Parker,  J.                 Bras. 
Sandby,  G.               Merton 
Worgan,  J.              Pemb. 

Newman,  J.  H.*      Trin. 
Kobinson,  E.            Ball. 
Smith,  E,                  Magd. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Dyer,  J.  H.  Trin.       |  Kay,  W.3  Magd. 


CLASS  n. 
Bowden,J.W.        Trin.      |  GiUett,  G.  E.  Oriel 

Examiners.— B.  P.  Symons.   JE.  Cardwell.    G.  Porter.    T.  V.  Short. 


EASTEB  TEBM,  1821. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Grey,  G.                   Oriel      |  Thomas,  W.  B.        Pemb. 

Woodgate,  H.  A. 

St.  J. 

Arney,  E.  F.            Bras. 
Baring,  W.              Oriel 
Bathie,  W.               Queen's 
Bingham,E.            Mgd.H. 
Churton,  E.              Ch.  Ch. 

Abbott,  J.                Pemb. 
Clutterbuck,  E.       Exeter 
Crabtree,  J.             Univ. 
Douglas,  P.              Ch.  Ch. 
Germon.  N.              Oriel 
Gould,  G.                 Univ, 
Grosvenor,Hon.E.5  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
Coxe,  E.                  Wore. 
Drewitt,  C.               Pemb. 
Edwards,  Z.  J.        Wadh. 
Ewart,  W.                Ch.  Ch. 
Hellicar,  A.             Trin. 

Hume,  C.  J. 

Neave,  S. 
Pain,  T.  LI. 
Ward,  J.  D. 

Neilson,  W. 
Prescot,  W.  H. 
Kous,  Hon.  H.  A. 
Simpson,  J. 
Stephenson,  J.  W. 
Walker,  T.  H. 
Williams,  W.  M. 

Wadh, 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Trin. 

Bras. 
Bras. 
Bras. 
Queen's 
Queen's 
Oriel 
Ball. 

Hawkins,  H.  C.  H.   Ch.Ch. 
Holberton,  E.           Exeter 
Jackson,  J.                Queen's 
King,  W.  W.            Queen's 
Latham,  L.              Pemb. 
Leslie,  J.  E.             Ch.  Ch. 
Mendham,  J.           Edm.H. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Cheyney,  E.            Ball.       |      Legh,  E.  D.              Ball. 

Edwards,  Z.  J.        Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 
Jackson,  J.              Queen's  |  Latham,  L. 

Pemb. 

Examiners.—  -B.  P.  Symons.    E.  Cardwell.    G.  Porter.    T.  V.  Short. 

The  first  Viscount  Portman.        2  Fellow  of  All  Souls.          3  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 
4  Fellow  of  Oriel.  *  The  first  Lord  Ebury. 


208 


CLASS  LISTS 


1821 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1821. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I 

Dodgson,  C. 
Harington,  B.1 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Heathcote,  W.2 
Procter,  T.3 

Oriel 
Jesus 

Wood,  C.4 

Oriel 

CLASS  II. 

Balfour,  B.  T. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Coleridge,  E.6 

Corpus 

Boss,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bosanquet,  K.  W. 
Bullock,  E. 

Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Escott,  B.  S. 
Green,  J.  W.  E. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Tomlinson,  J.  W. 
Wiggett,  W.  L. 

Trin. 
Univ. 

Chaplyn,  J.  E. 

Trin. 

Harding,  W. 

Wadh. 

Wortley,  J.  S.7 

Ch.  Ch. 

Chapman,  J.  M.s 

Exeter 

Porcher,  C. 

Oriel 

Yarker,  E. 

Queen's 

Besley,  J. 

Ball. 

Elliott,  G.  P. 

St.M.H. 

Owen,  0.  A. 

Jesus 

Bowen,  J.  St.  V. 
Candy,  C. 

Bras. 
Line. 

Hawkins.  G. 
Hett,  W. 

Corpus 
Line. 

Eobinson,  C.  T. 
Simcoe,  H.  A. 

Bras. 
Wadh. 

Cave,  W.  A.  B. 
Cooke,  J. 

Bras. 
Mgd.H. 

Jones,  H. 
Luke,  G.  S. 

Exeter 
Queen's 

Stowey,  A. 
Wood,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Dodgson,  C. 
Dyke,  H.  G. 

Candy,  C. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Ch.  Ch.   I  Eoss,  C.  Ch.  Ch.   I  Wortley,  J.  S.7 

Alb.H.   |  Wood,C.4  Oriel      | 

CLASS  IL 
Line.      |  Stevens,  H.  Oriel      |  Walpole,  T.  H. 

Bissland,  T.  Ball.       |  Cartwright,  W.  H.  Trin. 

Examiners.— G.  Porter.    J.  Kehle.    T.  V.  Short.    J.  J.  Lowe. 


Ch.  Ch. 
A11S. 


EASTER  TERM,  1822. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Abbot,  Hon.  P.  H. 
Campbell,  J. 
Denison,  E.8 

Bosanquet,  S.  E. 
Buller,  W. 
Butler,  W.  H. 
Cornish,  S.  W. 
Davis,  J. 
Echalaz,  J.  M. 

Airey,  W. 
Attwood,  H.  A.  S. 
Barlow,  T. 
Coltman,  T. 
Curzon,  Hon.  A. 
Dodd,  J.  M. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 
Oriel 

Ch.  Ch. 
Wore. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Exeter 
Univ. 
Trin. 

Queen's 
Queen's 
Wadh. 
Bras. 
Bras. 
Queen's 

Greswell,  B. 
Lloyd,  J.  H.9 
Perceval,  D.  M. 
CLASS  II. 
Evans,  T. 
Gresley,  W. 
Langley.  A.  J.s 
Malet,  Sir  A.,  Bt. 
Mayo,  E. 
Pearse,  N. 

Wore. 
Queen's 
Ch.  Ch. 

Alb.  H. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 
Ch.  Ch. 
St.  J. 
Bras. 

Trin. 
Wadh. 
Oriel 
Univ. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Pusey,E.B.i<> 
Stone,  W. 

Eadcliffe,  G. 
Simcox,  E.  G. 
Smith,  E.V.U 
Ward,  G.  E.  M. 
Weld,W. 

Pering,  P. 
Phelips,  E. 
Philipps,  J.  L. 
Eoberts,  A. 
Eookin,  H. 
Wilson,  E. 

Ch.Ch. 
Bras. 

St.M.H. 
Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 
St.  J. 

Oriel 
Trin. 
Bras. 
Trin. 
Queen's 
Merton 

Hamilton,  G.  A. 
Harbin,  C. 
Jay,  S. 
Maude,  T. 
Muckleston,  J. 
Pemberton,  C. 

1  Fellow,  afterwards  Principal,  of  Brasenose. 

2  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  3  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

4  The  first  Viscount  Halifax.  *  FeUowof  Balliol. 

6  Fellow  of  Exeter.  7  The  second  Lord  Wharncliffe. 

8  Fellow  of  Merton.  9  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 

10  Fellow  of  Oriel. 
11  Afterwards  Eobert  V.  Vernon,  first  Lord  Lyveden. 


1822 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


209 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematics  is  et  Physicis. 


CLASS  I. 


Abbot,  Hon.  P.  H.  Ch.Ch.  I  Greswell,  E. 
Bosanquet,  S.  E.     Ch.  Ch.   | 


Jones,  A. 
Simcox,  E.  G. 


St.  J. 
Wadh. 


CLASS  II. 

Tull,  H. 
Ward,  G.  E.  M. 


Wore.     I  Lloyd,  J.  H.  Queen's 

Edm.H.  I  Williams,  W.         All  S. 
Trin. 


May.E.  Ch.Ch.      [      Weld,  W.  St.  J. 

Examiners.— G.  Porter.    J.  Keble.    T.V.  Short    J.J.Lowe. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1822. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 
CLASS  I. 


Ashley,  Lord  i 
Bazalgette,  E. 
Biscoe,  E. 
Churton,  W.  E.2 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Queen's 

Estcourt,  T.  H.  S.3  Oriel 
Garbett,  J.*              Bras. 
Howard.  Hon.  G. 
W.  P?                   Ch.  Ch. 

Lewellin,  L. 
Nelson,  J. 
Saunders,  A.  P. 
Williams,  T. 

Jesus 
St.J. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Oriel 

CLASS  II. 

Armitstead,  J. 
Berry,  W. 
Biddulph,  T. 
Burdon,  E. 
Buttanshaw,  F. 
Byrth,  T. 
Danson,  F. 

Trin. 
Exeter 
Corpus 
Oriel 
Univ. 
Mgd.H. 
Queen's 

Dawson,  E.              Oriel 
Fripp,  J.                   Wadh. 
Harrison,  J.              Merton 
Massingberd,  F.  C.  Magd. 
Mesham,  A.  B.         Corpus 
Neech,  H.                 Merton 
Perfect,  E.                Queen's 

Prosser,  S. 
Eowlandson,  A. 
Tripp,  E.  H. 
Twemlow,  W.  H. 
Walker,  E. 
Webber,  T.  C. 

St.J. 
Bras. 
Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Askew,  J. 
Ball,  J. 
Bosanquet,  E. 
Burn,  E. 
Currie,  E. 
Currie,  H. 
Davidson,  T. 
Dykes,  F.  L.  B. 

Queen's 
St.J. 
Corpus 
Edm.H. 
Wadh. 
Oriel 
Wore. 
Oriel 

Edwards,  J.             Magd. 
Harding,  J.              Ball. 
Hawkins,  E.             Pemb. 
Kitson,  E.                Ball. 
Maddock,  S.             Bras. 
Mure,  P.                   Ch.  Ch. 
Pole,  E.                    Ball. 
Prior,  G.  S.              Queen's 

Eobinson,  W. 
Eudall,  E. 
Sergison,  W. 
Shackleton,  J. 
Tugwell,  L. 
Underwood,  T. 
Watson,  G. 
Wyatt,  W. 

Ball. 
Pemb. 
Bras. 
Pemb. 
Bras. 
Wore. 
Bras. 
Bras. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Huyshe,  J. 
Lavie,  G. 

Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Oxmantown,Visc.6  Magd. 
Parsons,  Hon.  J.C.  Magd. 

Saunders,  A.  P. 
Walker,  E. 

Ch.  Ch.  • 
Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 

Bazalgette,  E. 

Ball. 

Lupton,  J.               Ch.  Ch.  [  Prosser,  S. 

StJ. 

Examiners.—  3,  Keble.    N.  T.  Ellison.    T.  Grantham.    J.  A.  Cramer. 

1  The  seventh  Earl  of  Shaftesbury. 
3  Afterwards  Thomas  H.  S.  Sotheron-Estcourt. 
Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's  ;  Fellow  of  Brasenose 


2  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


5  The  seventh  Earl  of  Carlisle. 


6  The  third  Earl  of  Eosse. 


210 


CLASS   LISTS 


1823 


Cooke,  E.  B. 
Maclean,  D. 
Martin,  K.1 


Auldjo,  J.  A. 
Barber,  A. 
Belfour,  F.  C. 
Busfeild,  W. 

Berners,  B. 
Clayton,  B. 
Gibbons,  J. 
Goddard,  W. 
Gregory,  F. 
Gunning,  S.  Gr. 
Hamlyn,  O. 


EASTER  TERM,  1823. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 
Oriel 

Mitchell,  H.W.I 
Oxnam,  W.3 
Bowe,  W.  C.4 

CLASS  I 

Pemb. 
Wadh. 
Mgd.H. 
Univ. 

Magd. 
Univ. 
Ball. 
Jesus 
Exeter 
Bras. 
Ball. 

Cobham,  J.  B. 
Bade,  W.  A. 
Feild,  E. 
Hyde,  W. 

Hanson,  J.  A. 
Hvde,  F.  A. 
Michell,  J. 
Sawyer,  "W.  G. 
Smith,  W. 
Talbot,  H. 
Turner,  C. 

Wadh. 
Ball. 


Oriel 
Ball. 
Queen's 
Ball. 

Bras.      ! 

Ch.  Ch. 

Mgd.H. 

Ball. 

Line. 

Queen's 

Wadh. 


Smith,  L. 
Thomas,  H.  L. 


Boberts,  A. 
Bobins,  S. 
Tucker,  C. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 


Oriel 

Exeter 
Wadh. 


Tyrwhitt,  T.  Ch.  Ch. 

Underwood,  J.  H.  Bras. 
Waldegrave,  Hon. 

A.  Bras. 

Watson,  J.  H.          Wadh. 
Whatley,  H.  L.        Pemb. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Feild,  E.  Queen's 

CLASS  H. 
Heberden,  T.  Oriel 

Examiners.— J.  Keble.    N.  T.  Ellison.    T.  Grantham.    J.  A.  Cramer. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1823. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Colquhoun,  J.  C.      Oriel 
Curzon,  Hon.  F.       Bras. 
Dayman,  J.               Corpus 

Abrahall,  J.  C.  J.  H.  Wadh. 
Abrahall,  T.  B.  H.  Wadh. 
Badeley,  E.  L.          Bras. 
Bayne,  T.  V.            Jesus 
Bramston,  J.1           Oriel 
Bruce,  C.  D.              Ch.  Ch. 

Crowdy,  A.               Bras. 
Falconer,  W.1           Oriel 
Falle,  E.                    Pemb. 
Fawcett,  C.                Univ. 
Goode,  A.                  Pemb. 
Gray,  J.  E.                 Ch.  Ch. 
Greaves,  C.  S.            Queen's 
Hall,  C.  J.                 Ch.  Ch. 
Hammond,  E.6         Univ. 

CLASS  I. 
I  Hall,  B.                    Ch.  Ch. 
Mylne,  J.  W.           Balliol 

CLASS  II. 
Carrington,  E.  F.     Queen's 
Colquitt,  S.  M.          Bras. 
Corry,  Hon.  H.  T.  L.  Ch.  Ch. 
Hartley,  J.                Edm.H. 
Hornby,  T.                Ch.  Ch. 
King,  J.  M.               Balliol 

Short,  A.                  Ch.  Ch. 
Wilberforce,  B.  L    Oriel 

Llewellin,  B.            Univ. 
Maude,  B.                 Bras. 
Bowlandson,  E.       Queen's 
Tuckfield,  B.  C.  H.5  Oriel 
Wickham,  B.            Ch.  Ch. 
Wynne,  J.  A.            Ch.  Ch. 

Bendall,  P.  P.           Exeter 
Biggs,  G.                   Queen's 
Bobinson,  F.             Corpus 
Salwey,  B.                Ch.  Ch. 
Thomas,  J.                 Pemb. 
Wakefield,  J.            Edm.H. 
Wildman,  B.             Ch.  Ch. 
Williams,  C.  K.        Pemb. 

Henry,  J.  W.            Pemb. 
Hopton,  W.               Trinity 
Hulme,  F.                 Alb.  H. 
Jeffreys,  J.  E.           Ch.  Ch. 
Irvine,  B.                   Mgd.H. 
Millard,  E.                Exeter 
Parker,  J.  T.             Queen's 
Pope,  S.  L.                 Trinity 

1  Fellow  of  Exeter.                     2  Afterwards  Henry  W.  B.  Luttman-Johnson. 
3  Afterwards  William  Oxenham;                      4  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

5  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


6  Afterwards  Lord  Hammond. 


1824 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


211 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


CLASS  I. 

G.  Queen's  |  Wilberforce,  E.  I.    Oriel 

t,  C.E.  M.        Oriel      I  Williams,  C.  K        Pemb. 


Bruce,  C.  D.  Ch.  Ch. 

Curzon,  Hon.  F.       Bras. 

Falconer,  W.1  Oriel       |  | 

CLASS  II. 
Ch.  Ch.   |  Irwin,  W.  Queen's  |  Kendall,  P.  P.          Exeter 


Hall,  E. 

Examiners.— T.  Grantham.    J.  A.  Cramer.    C.  A.  Ogilvie.    C.  W.  Stocker. 


EASTER  TERM,  1824. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Lightfoot,  J.  P.         Exeter 
Medland,  T.             Corpus 

Bernard,  "W.  E.         Ball. 
Brett,  T.  B.                Ch.  Ch. 
Buckle,  M.                Wadh. 
Calvert,  J.  M.           Oriel 
Cary,  H.                     Wore. 
Cotes,  P.                   Wadh. 

Best,  N.                     Ball. 
Bloxam,  A.              Wore. 
Butler,  S.                  Wore. 
Chamberlain,  H.  E.  Exeter 
Copleston,  J.  G.       Oriel 
Cox,  J.                       StM.H. 
Cresswell,  0.  J.        Corpus 
Dix,  E.                      Exeter 
Eyre,  D.  J.                 Oriel 

CLASS  I. 
Michell,  E.2 
Sandford,  J. 

CLASS  II. 
Dun  das,  G. 
Hawkins,  E.1 
Horndon,  J. 
Langton,  W.  H.  G. 
Menzies,  J. 

Wadh. 
Ball. 

Exeter 
Ball. 
Exeter 
Magd. 
Corpus 

Trin. 

Exeter 
Exeter 
Univ. 
Corpus 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Exeter 

Floyer,  C. 
Fulford,  F. 
Hawkins,  W.  B.  L. 
Hope,  T. 
Kent,  G. 
Mansel,  J.  T. 
Meredith,  W.  G. 
Palmer,  S.  S. 

Sankey,  E. 


Corpus 


Oakeley,  F.3  Ch.  Ch. 

Powlett,  P.  W.4         Trin. 
Price,  C.  P.  Pemb. 

Tuckfield,  J.  H.  H.  Oriel 
Wingfield,  E.  J.       Ch.  Ch. 


Perkins,  B.  E.  Line. 

Perkins,  J.  Ch.  Ch. 
Powys,  Hon.  T.  A.5  Ch.  Ch. 

Purbrick,  L.  Ch.  Ch. 

Sarjant,  M.  G.  Queen's 

Sterky,  F.  A.  Ch.  Ch. 

Thomas,  E.  C.  Exeter 

Woods,  G.  H.  Wadh. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Eobertson,  W.6       Exeter 

CLASS  II. 

Eyre,  D.  J.  Oriel 

Examiners.— T.  Grantham.    J.  A.  Cramer.    C.  A.  Ogilvie.    C.  W.  Stocker. 


Hussey,  E. 
Philpot,  J.  C. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1824. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Ch.  Ch.  I  Plumptre,  H.  W.      TJniv.     I  Vernon,  E.  V. 
Wore.     | 


Ch.  Ch. 


1  Fellow  of  Exeter, 

2  Fellow  of  Lincoln  ;  Principal  of  Magdalen  Hall ;  Principal  of  Hertford. 

3  Fellow  of  Balliol.  4  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's. 
f  The  third  Lord  Lilford.                                6  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 

P2 


212 


CLASS   LISTS 


1825 


In  Liter  is  Humanioribus  (continued). 


CLASS  II. 

Adams,  G.                Queen's 

Grenfell,  A.              Univ. 

Eyder,  H.  D. 

Oriel 

Boraston,  G.  B.        Queen's 
Bowman,  F.             Exeter 
Dallas,  E.  C.             Oriel 

Higgins,  E.               Bras. 
Hoblyn,  E.  D.           Ball. 
Pears,  J.  B.                Magd. 

Strong,  E. 
Townsend,  W.  C. 
Wigley,  C.  M. 

Exeter 
Queen's 
Ball. 

Des  Voeux,  C.           Oriel 

Plumer,  H.               Ball. 

Woodhouse,  G.  W. 

St.M.H. 

Froude,  E.  H.           Oriel 

Duppa,  B.  F.            Bras. 
Ferrers,  P.  J.            Oriel 
Fowle,  H.                 Univ. 

Lane,  S.                   Exeter 
Latham,  E.               Bras. 
Legge,  W.                 Ch.  Ch. 

1  Platt,  S. 
Eobinson,  D. 
Eound,  J. 

Mgd.H. 
Queen's 
Ball. 

Harrison,  H.  B.       Line. 

Mayers,  J.                Univ. 

Thresher,  P. 

Univ. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et 

Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Grenfell,  A.             Univ.       Hussey,  E.               Ch.  Ch.  |  Vernon,  E.  V. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Adams,  G.               Queen's  1  Froude,  B.  H.          Oriel 

Littlehales,  B. 

Oriel 

Examiners.—  -B.  P.  Symons.    J.  E.  Tyler.    T.  V.  Short.    C.  A.  Ogilvie. 

EASTEB  TEBM,  1825. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Beaumont,  A.  J.       Queen's 
Carey,  P.  S.              St.  J. 

Cox,  W.  HI              Pemb. 
Moberly,  G.              Ball. 

Palairet,  C. 
Smythe,  W. 

Queen's 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Cornish,  H.  K.2       Corpus 
Dod,  H.  H.               Wore. 
Ind,  J.                       Queen's 

Macdonald,  A.         Oriel 
Prevost,  Sir  G.,  Bt.  Oriel 
Walkey,  C.  C.           Wore. 

Welch,  W. 
Wilson,  H.  B. 

St.  J. 

St.  J. 

CLASS  III. 

Baker,  G.                  Wadh.     Foley.  J.                   Wadh. 

Ehoades,  J. 

Wadh. 

Bonnor,  B.  M.           Ch.  Ch. 

Heberden,  W.2          Oriel 

Stanley,  E.  J.3 

Ch.  Ch. 

Capper,  J.  L.             Pemb. 

Hill,  J.                       Bras. 

Toller,  S.  B, 

Trin. 

Dear,  W.  S.               Wadh. 

Hone,  F.                    Univ. 

Tucker,  M.2 

Ball. 

Dixon,  J.                   Ch.  Ch. 

Hull,  H.  W.              Oriel 

Walsh,  J.  N. 

St.  J. 

Eyre,  G.  E.               Oriel 

Lightbourn,  J.  F.      Jesus 

Wintle,  H. 

Wore. 

Examiners.—  E.  Cardwell.    W.  Mills.    C.  A.  Ogilvie.    C.  T.  Longley. 

A.  Johnson.       E.  W.  Jelf. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Beaumont,  A.  J.       Queen's 

Prevost,  Sir  G.,  Bt.  Oriel 

Walsh,  J.  N. 

SLJ. 

Jones,  C.  E.              Oriel 

Vallack,  B.  W.  S.     Exeter 

CLASS  II. 

Bonnor,  E.  M.          Ch.  Ch.  |  Cox,  W.  H.              Pemb.     |  Vesey,  Hon.  T.* 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

None. 

Examiners.—  J.  A.  Ogle.    S.  P.  Eigaud.    G.  L.  Cooke. 

1  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's ;  Vice-Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall. 

2  Fellow  of  Exeter.  3  The  second  Lord  Stanley  of  Alderley. 

4  The  third  Viscount  deVesci. 


1826 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


213 


MICHAELMAS  TEKM,  1825. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Dodgson,  H.  H. 

Ch.Ch.   1  Morris,  G.                 Corpus 

Vores,  T. 

Wadh. 

Evans,  E. 

Jesus      |  Talbot,  Hon.  J.  C.    Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  n. 

Baker,  C.  W.  C. 

Ball.         Hambleton.  J.          Edm.H. 

Maister,  A. 

Ball. 

Bosanquet,  H. 
Copleston,  W.  J.1 
Du  Pre,  C.  G. 

Ball. 
Corpus 
St.M.H. 

Hippisley,J.             Oriel 
Lambert,  W.            Corpus 
Lewis,  A.                  Trin. 

Neville,  W.  L. 
Palmer,  W. 
Sale,  T. 

Queen's 
St.M.H. 
Magd. 

Evans,  J.  S.  B. 

Queen's 

Ley,  J.                     Ch.  Ch. 

St.  John,  E.  B. 

Alb.H. 

Gresley,  E.  N. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Burt,  H. 
Drake,  F. 

Wore. 
Wore. 

Hood,  E.  W.            Wadh. 
Hughes,  J.                Jesus 

Parry,  J. 
Perry,  J. 

Brae. 
Ball. 

Freeman,  H. 
Gabell,  H.  L. 
Hazell,  W. 

Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Hughes,  W.              Oriel 
Leighton,  B.  F.        Ch.  Ch. 
Martin,  J.  S.             Oriel 

Smyth,  G.  A. 
Walsh,  J.  H. 
Wylie,  G. 

Edm.H. 
Ball. 
Queen's 

Examiners.—  -W.  Mills.    P.  Wynter.    C.  T.  Longley.    C.  Girdlestone. 

A.  Johnson.          E.  W.  Jelf. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

None. 

CLASS  II. 

Hippisley,  J.  Oriel       I  Ley,  J.  Ch.  Ch.   I  Vores,  T. 

Hood,E.W.  Wadh.   |  | 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

Examiners.— -S.  P.  Eigaud.    G.  L.  Cooke.   W.  Kay. 


Wadh. 


Blake,  W.  J. 
Durnford,  E. 

AHfrey,  W. 
Browne,  A. 
Faber,  F.  A.s 
Girdlestone,  E. 
Greswell,  F.  H. 

Appleton,  B. 
Brown,  T. 
Buckby,  E.H. 
Cole,  J.  G. 
Downes,  W.  J. 
Forster,  F. 
Hadley,  W.  S. 
Harper,  H.  J.  C. 


EASTER  TERM,  1826. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Ch.  Ch.    I  Hatton,  J.  J.  Edm.H.  I  Wrangham,  D.  C. 

Magd.       Newman,  F.  W.2      Wore. 


CLASS  II. 

Exeter 
Ch.Ch. 
Univ. 
Ball. 

Haneell,  P.               Univ. 
Harding,  T.               Wore. 
Hoole,  J.                   Wadh. 
Johnston,  W.  D.       St.  J. 

Medley,  J. 
Orger,  W. 
Sewell,  E.  C. 
Surtees,  S.  V. 

Bras. 

CLASS  III. 

Pemb. 

Harrison,  W.  D.       Wore. 

Morrell,  E.  P.3 

Mgd.H. 

Hill,  T.  B.                Wadh. 

Pitcher,  J.  E. 

Ball. 

Innes,  G.                    Trin. 

Eees,  E. 

Exeter 

Jerram,  J.                  Wadh. 

Eice,  F.  W.* 

Wore. 

Kilvert,  E.               Oriel 

Warde,  G.  A. 

Wadh. 

Lancaster,  T.  B.       Merton 

Watson,  J. 

Queen's 
Queen's 

Legh,  G.  C.               Ch.  Ch. 
Lushington,  C.         Ch.  Ch. 

Wheeler,  T.  L. 

Brae. 


Wadh. 
Edm.H. 
Magd. 
Univ. 


Ball. 

Oriel 

Jesus 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bras. 

Wore. 

Wore. 


Examiners.— -W.  Mills.    J.  Wilson.    C.  T.  Longley.    P.  Wynter. 
J.  Dornford.  C.  Girdlestone. 


1  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

3  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


2  Fellow  of  Balliol. 

*  The  fifth  Lord  Dynevor. 


214 


CLASS  LISTS 


1826 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Blake,  W.  J.  Ch.  Ch.   I  Newman,  F.  W.1      Wore.    I  Wrangham,  D.  C.     Bras. 

Buckby,  E.  H.          Ball.       |  Woodhouse,  F.  V.    Exeter  | 

CLASS  H 
Faber,  C.  W.  Univ.     |  Faber,  W.  E.  Univ. 

CLASS  in. 
Kilvert,  B.  Oriel      |  Orger,  W.  Edm.H. 

Examiners.— G.  L.  Cooke.    W.  Kay.    B.  Walker. 


Denison,  G.  A.2 
Hope,  J.  T. 

Bentinck,  Lord 

W.  C. 
Blunt,  E.  P. 


Bevan,  C.  D. 
Buckoll,  H.  J. 
Chambers,  J.  D. 
Clay,  J. 
Collett,  T. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1826. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Ch.  Ch.  I  Mortimer,  G.  F.  W,  Queen's  j  Newark,  Viscount    Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.Ch.  | 

CLASS  II. 

[.  I  Grower,  J.  A. 

Ch.  Ch.  I  Lea,  G. 
Corpus   |  Simms,  E. 

CLASS  m. 


Ball. 

Queen's 

Oriel 

Ball. 

Trin. 


Crosse,  J.  D.  O. 
Davies,  M, 
Dawson,  G. 
Eden,  B. 


Magd. 
Wadh. 
Wadh. 

Trower,  W.  J.2 
Wilberforce,  S. 
Wither,  L.B. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Oriel 
Oriel 

Exeter 
Wadh. 
Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

Harding,  J. 
Heming,  T.  J. 
Lawrence,  C.  W. 
Smythe,  P.  M. 

Wore. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— S.  Wilson.    E.  Burton.    P.  Wynter.    J.  Dornford. 
E.  B.  Paul.  J.  T.  Bound. 


Dawson,  G. 
Maude,  J. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Exeter  I  Maurice,  B.  B.          Ch.  Ch.  I  Webster  B. 
Queen's  |  Trower,  W.  J.  Ch.  Ch.  1  Wilberforce,  S. 

CLASS  n. 

None. 

CLASS  HI. 

None. 

Examiners.— W.  Kay.    B.  Greswell.    B.  Walker. 


Head,  E.  W.3 
Jeune,  F. 


Oriel 
Pemb. 


Calvert,  F.«  Ch.  Ch. 

Cartwright,  B.  D.  Queen's 
Holmesdale,  Vise.5  Ch.  Ch. 
Jackson,  E.  Bras. 


EASTER  TERM,  1827. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

I  Merivale,  H.i  Trin. 

I  Sewell,  W.4  Merton 

CLASS  II. 

Jacobson,  W.6  Line. 

Maddock,  H.  WJ     St.  J. 
Newnham,  G.  W.     Corpus 
Bew,W.A.  St.  J. 


Line. 
Oriel 


Williams,  C. 


Beynolds,  H. 
Smith,  C.  B.* 
Underwood,  F.  F. 


Jesus 
Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 


i  Fellow  of  Balliol. 
<  Fellow  of  Exeter. 
6  Fellow  of  Exeter. 
8  Afterwards  Sir  Culling  Eardley,  Bart. 


2  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


3  Fellow  of  Merton. 
5  The  second  Earl  Amherst. 
7  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


1827 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


215 


CLASS  III. 


Buckerfield,  F.  H.    Mgd.H. 


Butterfield,  W. 
Carr,  G. 
Davies,  C.  W. 
Griffith.C. 
Hand,  T. 


Edm.H. 
Merton 
StM.H. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 


Hind,  W. 
Hoskyns,  H. 
Button,  T.  P. 
Lee,  P.  H. 
Mac  Iver,  W. 


Univ. 

Oriel 

Magd. 

Bras. 

Bras. 


Nixon,  F.  R. 
Plumrner,  S.  B. 
Purton,  W. 
Sutcliffe,  J. 
Tyers,  T. 


St.  J. 
Univ. 
Trin. 
Edm.H. 

New 


Examiners. — J.  Wilson.    J.  Dornford.    J.  Shuldham.    A.  Johnson. 
J.  T.  Bound.  W.  B.  Thomas. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Calvert,  F.1 


Ch.  Ch. 


Cartwright,  R.  D.     Queen's 


CLASS  I. 
Heurtley,  C.  A.        Corpus 


Hind,  W. 


Univ. 


Corfe,  J.  Magd. 

CLASS  II. 

Priestman,  J.  S.       Queen's    Tyers,  T.  New 

Rew,  W.  A.  St.  J. 

CLASS  III. 
Newnham,  G.  W.     Corpus 


Reynolds,  H. 


Jesus 


Underwood,  F.  F.    Ch.  Ch. 


Williams,  C. 


Jesus 


Examiners— R.  Walker.    A.  P.  Saunders.    E.  Feild. 


MICHAELMAS  TEBM,  1827. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Amherst,  Hon.  F.  C.  Ch.  Ch. 
Courtenay,  W.  R.2  Ch.  Ch. 

Greswell,  C.3            Corpus 
Lewin,  T.                  Trin. 

Neate,  C.3                  Line. 
Vaughan,  J.             Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Bennett,  J.  B.           Mdg.H. 

Goldsmid,  N.            Exeter 

Phillimore,  J.  G.     Ch.  Ch. 

Brock,  W.                 Queen's 

Griffiths,  J.*              Wadh. 

Sanders,  H.              Ch.  Ch. 

Brown,  W.  L.           Ch.  Ch. 

Hadfield,  G.  H.        Pemb. 

Saxton,  C.                 Ch.  Ch. 

Chesshyre,  W.  J.      Ball. 

Hill,  W.                     Wadh. 

Wood,  J.  R.               Ch.  Ch. 

Cornthwaite,  T.       Trin. 

Hope,  G.  W.             Ch.  Ch. 

Worley,  H.  T.          Queen's 

Evans,  J.                  Wore. 

CLASS  III. 

Cooke,  H.  G.  P.         Exeter 

Guille,  P.                  Pemb. 

Maude,  F.                 Bras. 

Fellowes,  W.  H.       Ch.  Ch. 

Harington,  H.  D.     Exeter 

Ommanney,  E.  A.    Exeter 

Gifford,  J.  G.            St.  J. 

Landon,  W.  H.        Wore. 

Seymour,  R.              Ch.  Ch. 

Grenside,  R.             Univ. 

Mant,  W.  B.             Oriel 

Tanner,  J.                 Queen's 

Examiners.— C.  Miller.    J.  Shuldham.    J.  T.  Round.    W.  B.  Thomas. 
J.  H.  Newman.         H.  A.  Woodgate. 


Brown,  W.  L. 
Cartwright,  T.  J.      Univ. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Ch.  Ch.  I  Hope,  G.  W.  Ch.Ch.   I  Saxton,  C. 


Evans,  J. 
Griffiths,  J.* 


Wore. 
Wadh. 


CLASS  IL 
Hadfield,  G.  H.        Pemb. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Harington,  H.  D.     Exeter 


Examiners.- -B.  Powell.    A.  P.  Saunders.    E.  Feild. 


1  Fellow  of  Merton. 
3  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


2  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  the  twelfth  Earl  of  Devon. 
*  Warden  of  Wadham. 


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CLASS   LISTS 


1828 


EASTER  TERM,  1828. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Blencowe,  E.*           Wadh.    1  Lewis,  G.  C.             Ch.  Ch. 
Giles,  J.  A.               Corpus    |  Newton,  B.  W.          Exeter 

Pearson,  J.               Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Bateman,  J.  B.         Ball. 
Champneys,  "W.  W.  Bras. 
Christie,  J.  F.           Oriel 

Hammick,  St.  V.  L.  Exeter 
Littledale,  C.  B.        Ch.  Ch. 
Eichardson,  J.  J.      Oriel 

Sharpe,  L.  A.           St.  J. 
Townsend,  T.  L.       Wore. 
Tufnell,  H.                Ch.  Ch. 

Fisher,  J.                  Exeter 

Scott,  K.                    Ball. 

Vivian,  E.                Exeter 

Gaselee,  S.               Ball. 

CLASS  IIL 

Birchall,  J.               Bras. 

Greenall,  R.             Bras. 

Nettleship,  W.          Merton 

Birkett,  H.               Queen's 

Hughes,  J.  H.           Magd. 

Plunkett,  Hon.  E.  E.2Ch.  Ch. 

Boulton,  W.             Queen's 

Hughes,  J.               Jesus 

Powell,  W.  P.            Wore. 

Brenton,  L.  C.  L.      Oriel 

Hutton,  B.                 Exeter 

Turner,  J.  F.             Wore. 

Emra,  J.                     Ball. 

Lawson,  J.                 Alb.  H. 

Ward,  W.  E.             Ball. 

Golightly,  C.  P.        Oriel 

Monkhouse,  W.       Queen's 

Waiter,  J.  W.          Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.—  C.  Miller.    J.  Dornford.    J.  Shuldham.    T.  T.  Churton. 

W.  B.  Thomas.         H.  A.  Woodgate. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Giles,  J.  A.  Corpus    |  Tufnell,  E.  C.          Ball. 

CLASS  II. 


Bateman,  J.  B. 
Boulton,  W. 
Chester,  G. 


Ball.       I  Christie,  J.  F. 


Oriel 


Queen's  |  Hammick,  St.  V.  L.  Exeter 


Skipsey,  E. 
Ward,  W.  E. 


WUXTlMUi    O     |    AAOUUIUVA*   O 

Queen's  |  Lewis,  G.  C.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  in. 

Lewis,  E.  G.  Wadh.    |  Plunkett,  Hon.  B.  E.2  Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— B.  Powell.    E.  Walker.    A.  P.  Saunders. 


Queen's 
Ball. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1828. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Johnson,  G.  H.  S. 

Queen's  |   Puller,  C.  W.3          Ch.  Ch.  |  Eiddle,  J.  E. 

Edm.H. 

CLASS  II. 

Bevan,  T. 
Browell,W.  E. 

Ball. 
Pemb. 

Hobhouse,  T.  B.      Ball. 
James,  J.                  Queen's 

Newbold,  C.  M. 
Palairet,  E. 

Bras. 
Wore. 

Childers,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Leighton,  F.  K.<      Magd. 

Pearson,  C.  B. 

Oriel 

Crichton,  W.  J. 

Merton 

Marriott,  G.  E.        Oriel 

Trench,  F. 

Oriel 

Dymock,  T.  F. 

Ball. 

CLASS  in. 

Ashe,  E.  M. 

Trin. 

Glynne,  Sir  S.  E., 

Mackenzie,  C. 

Pemb. 

Boulton,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bt.                          Ch.  Ch. 

Mozley,  T. 

Oriel 

Butt,  J.  M. 

Mgd.H. 

Grundy,  D.  G.          Bras. 

Philipps,  J.  H. 

Oriel 

Dry  T. 

Merton 

Hill,  G.  D.                Trin. 

Powell,  C. 

Trin. 

Eldridge,  E. 
George,  D.  J. 

Wadh. 
Jesus 

Jacques,  W.              Alb.  H. 
Jones,  T.  T.               Oriel 
Lee,  S.  U.  B.            Oriel 

Pugh,  D. 
Smith,  E. 

Ball. 
St.J. 

Examiners.— C.  Miller.    D.  Veysie.    J.  L.  Eichards.    T.  T.  Churton.    J.  H.  Newman. 
H.  A.  Woodgate. 

1  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  The  fifteenth  Lord  Dunsany. 

3  Afterwards  Christopher  W.  Giles-Puller. 

4  Fellow,  afterwards  War  den,  of  All  Souls. 


1829 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


217 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Browell,  W.  E.       Pemb.     |  Johnson,  G.  H.  S.  Queen's  |  Puller,  C.  W.1 

CLASS  II. 
None. 

CLASS  III. 
Dry,  T.  Merton 

Examiners.— B.  Powell.    E.  "Walker.    A.  Grenfell. 


Ch.  Ch. 


EASTER  TERM,  1829. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 
CLASS  I. 


Baring,  C.                Ch.  Ch. 
Dayman,  E.  A.        Exeter 

Armitstead,  J.         Wadh. 
Clarke,  W.  W.         Wadh. 
Croft,  E.2                   Ball. 
Dennis,  J.                Exeter 
Huntley,  O.  C.         Oriel 

Abbott,  W.               Queen's 
Aldrich,  J.               Line. 
Berdraore,  S.  C.  J.  Ch.  Ch. 
Corfe,  A.  T.              All  S. 
Duckworth,  Sir  J. 
T.  B.,  Bt.               Oriel 

Jacob,  G.  A.             Wore. 

CLASS  II. 
Lawson,  J.               Alb.  H. 
Meade,  E.                 Wadh. 
Nicholson,  W.          Trin. 
Palairet,  S.  H.         Wore. 

CLASS  III. 
Ellis,  W.  W.            Bras. 
Forbes,  J.                  Oriel 
Horn,  H.3                 St.  J. 
Jones,  E.                  Pemb. 
Lang,  D.                   Alb.  H. 

Povah,  F.                 St.  J. 

Pigott,  J.  D.             Ch.  Ch. 
Eichardson,  J.        Queen's 
Sealy,  J.                   Exeter 
Syms,  W.                 Wadh. 

Laprimaudaye,  C. 
J.                           St.  J. 
Phillpotts,  W.  J.     Oriel 
Worsley.W.            Mgd.H. 

Examiners.— E.  D.  Hampden.    D.  Veysie.    J.  L.  Eichards.    T.  T.  Churton.    J.  Carr. 
E.  Michell. 


Baring,  C. 
Corfe,  A.  T. 

Dennis,  J. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Ch.  Ch, 

A11S. 


CLASS  I. 
Johnson,  W.W.      Bras.      I  Madan,  G.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
Exeter    |  Webb,  T.  W.  Mgd.H.  |  Winterbottom,E.T.  Ball. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

Examiners.— E.  Walker.    A.  P.  Saunders.    C.  K.  Williams. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1829. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Bazely,  T.  T.*          Queen's 
Eden,  C.  P.              Oriel 

Biscoe,  F.                 Ch.  Ch. 
Bridge,  T.  F.  H.      Ch.  Ch. 
Hughes,  H.               Trin. 

Johnson,  H.             Wadh. 
Ormerod,  T.  J.         Bras. 

CLASS  n. 
Humphreys,  S.        Bras. 
Mangles,  A.              Merton 
St.  Leger,  A.  F.  B.  Bras. 

Price,  B.                    Wore. 
Twisleton.E.T.B.5  Trin. 

Whatley,  T.  D.        Queen's 
Young,  J.                  Corpus 

1  Afterwards  Christopher  W.  Giles-Puller.                                  2  Fellow  of  Exeter. 
3  Fellow  of  Magdalen.             *  Fellow  of  Brasenose.              5  Fellow  of  Balliol. 

218 


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1830 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 
CLASS  III. 


Ashe,  E. 

Ball. 

Freeman,  T. 

Bras. 

Parker,  E. 

Oriel 

Briscoe,  E. 

Jesus 

Gould,  W. 

Ball. 

Phillott,  E. 

Pemb. 

Bulley,  F. 
Chambers,  J. 

Mapd. 
St.J. 

Hillyard,  T. 
Hunt,  "W". 

Bras. 
Wadh. 

Stevens,  J. 
Stewart,  E. 

St.  J. 
Oriel 

Digweed,  J.  J. 

Pemb. 

Karslake,  W. 

Oriel 

Toye,  J.  T. 

Queen's 

Drake,  W. 

Line. 

Langstoa,  F.  F. 

St.J. 

Vawdrev,  D. 

Bras. 

Drake,  J.  K. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Lysons,  S. 

Exeter 

Whitford,  E. 

W.      Edm.H. 

Dunnage,  J.  A. 

Bras. 

North,  W. 

Jesus 

Wood,  C.  F. 

B.        Pemb. 

Farquhar,  W.  M. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Owen,  B. 

Jesus 

Eocaminers.  —  E.  D.  Hampden.     D.  Veysie. 

J.  L.  Eichards.    J.  Carr. 

J.  Garbett. 

E.  Michell. 

Morris,  E. 
Price,  B. 

Biscoe,  F. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Ch.  Ch.  I   Smythe.  W.  B.         Corpus   I  Whatley,  T.  D. 
Wore.    I 

CLASS  II. 
Ch.Ch.  |  Bridge,  T.  F.  H.      Ch.  Ch.  |  Karslake,  W.          Oriel 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

Examiners.— W.  Kay.    A.  P.  Saunders.    G.  Eiggs. 


EASTER  TERM,  1830. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Bliss,  J. 
Carter,  T. 

Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 

Dudding,  H. 
Harrison,  B. 

Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

Wordsworth,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II 

Barrow,  J.1 
Cockey,  E. 
Dyne,  J.  B. 

Queen's 
Wadh. 
Wadh. 

Harrison,  J. 
Massie,  E. 
Pearson,  T. 

Wore. 
Wadh. 
Queen's 

Trenchard,  W. 
Twiss,  T. 

Pemb. 
Univ. 

CLASS  HI 

, 

Alexander,  E.  C.2 
Bostock,  H. 
Cox,  A. 
Daniel,  A. 
Godmond,  I.  S. 
Goodenough,  E. 

Wadh. 
Wadh. 
Line. 
Exeter 
Queen's 
Ch.  Ch. 

Halton,  T. 
Hayward,  J. 
Maitland,  T. 
Malim,  G. 
Maurice,  T. 
Money,  W. 

Bras. 
Exeter 
Oriel 
Line. 
Merton 
Oriel 

Patteson,  T. 
Eandolph,  H. 
Eogers,  J. 
Thrupp,  E. 
Watts,  W. 

Exeter 
Ball. 
Ball. 
Wadh. 
Univ. 

Examiners.—  E.  D.  Hampden.    J.  Williams. 

J.  Carr.    J.  Garbett.    E.  Michell. 

W.  H.  Cox. 


Cockey,  E. 
Denton,  E. 

Harrison,  B. 
Nowell,  H. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Wadh.    I  Hill,  E.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Twiss,  T. 

Queen's!   Selkirk,  Earl  of,      Ch.Ch.  | 

CLASS  II. 

Ch.Ch.   I   Stocker,W.  St.J.      I  Watts, W. 

Corpus  | 

CLASS  III. 
Alford,  W.  EdmJI.  |  Tomes,  E.  Mgd.H. 

Examiners— W.Kay.    A.  P.  Saunders.    G.  Eiggs. 


Univ. 
Univ. 


Principal  of  St.  Edmund  Hall. 


2  Afterwards  Eichard  C.  Alexander-Prior. 


1831 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


219 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1830- 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Anstice,  J.  Ch.  Ch. 

Hamilton,  W.  K.1    Ch.  Ch. 


Bates,  J.  E. 
Clifton,  E. 
Fowle,  G.  F.3 


Bruce,  J.  W. 
Cureton,  W. 
Dickyn,  H. 
Dobson,  J. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Wore. 
Ball. 


Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 


CLASS  I. 

Manning.  H.  E.1      Ball. 
Palmer,  W.  Magd. 

CLASS  II. 

Gepp,  G.  E.  Wadh. 

Harding,  J.  D.         Oriel 
Kensington,  E.        Ball. 

CLASS  m. 

Headlam,  J.  G.        Bras. 
Holberton,  E.  Exeter 

Metcalfe,  J.  Mgd.H. 

Morgan,  E.  Jesus 


Walker,  J.  E.*         Ball. 
Wilberforce,  H.W.  Oriel 


Medwin,  T. 
Tancred,  T.i 
Twells,  P. 

Murray,  E.  H. 
Oldham,  J.  E. 
Pinhorn,  G. 


Wore. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Wore. 

Alb.  H. 

Oriel 

Edrn.H. 


Examiners.— J.  Williams.    J.  Garbett.    E.  Martin.    E.  I.  Wilberforce.    W.  H.  Cox. 
G.  Moberly. 


Morgan,  E. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Anstice,  J.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
Jesus      1  Tancred,  T.i  Ch.  Ch.  |  Wilberforce,  H.  W.  Oriel 

CLASS  in. 

Cureton,  W.  Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— W.  Kay.    G.  Eiggs.    H.  Eeynolds. 


Acland,  T.  LX*          Ch.Ch. 
Browne,  E.  W.         St.  J. 
Churton,  H.B.W.5Ball. 


EASTER  TERM,  1831. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

|   Claughton,  T.  L.     Trin. 
I  Kynaston,  H.          Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  II. 


Wilson,  E.  F. 
Wood,  S.  F. 


Oriel 
Oriel 


Balston,  C. 
Bunyon,  C. 

Corpus 

New 

Kitson,  W.               Ball. 
Fennefather,  W.     BalL 

Simcox,  T.  G.           Wadh. 
Stephens,  E.             Exeter 

Cameron,  A. 

Pemb. 

Penny,  C.                  Pemb. 

Tyrwhitt,  E.  E.        Bras. 

Casson,  G. 

Pemb. 

Popham,  F.  L.*        Univ. 

Whitworth,  W.  H.  Corpus 

Clark,  G. 
Deacon.  G.  E. 

Univ. 
Corpus 

Eandall,  H.  G.         Queen's 
Eichards,  J.  W.        Corpus 

Williams,  J.              Jesus 
Wilson,  J.  P.6          Magd. 

Holme,  F. 

Corpus 

Eobertson,  J.  C.       Univ. 

. 

CLASS  III. 

Boyd,  W. 

Univ. 

Foley,  E.  W.            Wadh. 

Moncrieff,  H.           New 

Brent,  D. 

Univ. 

Gillman,  J.               St.  J. 

Moore,  F.                  Ch.  Ch. 

Broad,  J.  S. 

Edm.H. 

Green,  C.                   Ch.  Ch. 

Simmons,  G.  N.       Trin. 

Brooke,  F.  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hughes,  E.  W.         Wore. 

Vincent,  W.              Ch.  Ch. 

Bttrgmann,  F. 

Trin. 

Kempe,  G.                Exeter 

Walker,  H.               Ch.  Ch. 

Cary,  H. 

Wore. 

i  Fellow  of  Merton.                       2  Fellow  of  Oriel.                       3  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

«  Fellow  of  All  Souls.                                                    5  Fellow  of  Braseuo^. 

fi     A  ft.  j_  T~I  -n    -n  1,;  - 

Afterwards  John  P.  Parkinson. 


220 


CLASS   LISTS 


1831 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 

CLASS  IV. 

Barrow,  J.  Wadh.       Gray,  E. 

Bigge,  E.1  Univ.         Hardwicke,  E. 

Creaser,  T.  W.  Pemb.  Harland,  E. 
Errington,  J.  E.  Wore.  Hebson,  H. 
Everard,  S.  Ball.  Isham,  A.3  Ch.  Ch. 

Fisher,  J.2  Bras.          King,  C.  Magd. 


Univ. 

Queen's 

Wadh. 


McGeachy,  F.  A.  Ball. 

Mytton,  J.*  Bras. 

Orde,  C.  W.  Univ. 

Swale,  H.  Queen's 

Whidborne,  G.  Queen's 


Examiners.— J.  A.  Cramer.    E.  D.  Hampden.    J.  Carr.    J.  Garbett. 


Acland,  T.  D.3 
Balston,  C. 

Kempe,  G. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Ch.  Ch.   I  Boyd,  W.  Univ.         Perkins,  A. 

Corpus   I  Browne,  E.  W.         St.  J.         Simcox,  T.  G. 

CLASS  II, 
Exeter    |  Eandall,  H.  G.         Queen's  |  Wilson,  E.  F. 

CLASS  III. 
Moncrieff,  H.          New        |     Eichards,  J.  W.       Corpus 

CLASS  IV. 
Gosling,  E.  Mgd.H.    )      McGeachy,  F.  A.     Ball.     \ 

Examiners.— -B.  Powell.    E.  Walker.    A.  P.  Saunders. 


Oriel 
Wadh. 


Oriel 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1831. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Baugh,  F.3 
Cornish,  C.  L. 

Exeter    1  Denison,  H.3             Ch.  Ch.  1  Payne,  P.  S.  H. 
Exeter    |  Gladstone,  W.  E.      Ch.  Ch.  | 

Ball. 

CLASS  H. 

Grove,  E.  H.5 
Maurice,  J.  F. 

Ball. 

Exeter 

Overton,  I.  G.           Corpus 
Philliniore,  E.  J.      Ch.  Ch. 

Seymer,  J.  G. 
Webster,  G. 

Alb.H. 
Exeter 

Merriman,  N.  J. 

Bras. 

Eobertson,  J.            Pemb. 

Wickham,  E.  D. 

Ball. 

Morgan,  J.  B. 

Trin. 

CLASS  III. 

Allen,  J.  H. 

Bras.         Dewhurst,  J.  H.       Wore.       Jones,  J. 

Jesus 

Arney,  G. 

Bras. 

Dolby,  J.  S.               Line. 

Neale,  E.  V. 

Oriel 

Borlase,  W. 

Queen's    Dunlap,  A.  P.           St.  J. 

Penny,  E. 

St.  J. 

Browne,  A. 
Chamberlain,  T. 

Ch.  Ch.     Fisher,  J.  C.             Queen's 
Ch.  Ch.     Floyer,  J.                  Ball. 

Trevelyan,  E.  O. 
Williams,  E. 

Corpus 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bloxam,  J.  E. 

Magd. 

Lees,  J.  F.                Bras. 

Scott,  G.  H. 

Exeter 

Buckler,  W. 
Dean,  E.  E. 

Magd. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Mott,  J.                     Ch.  Ch. 
Nicholl,  J.  E.           Exeter 

Stephens,  H.  L. 
Thistlethwayte,  T. 

Oriel  ' 
Ch.  Ch. 

Drummond,  H. 

Ball. 

Parsons,  D.               Oriel 

Warren,  E.  P. 

Exeter 

Harris,  Hou.  G.  F. 

6  Ch.  Ch. 

Penson,  J.  P.             Wore. 

Wilcocks,  E.  J. 

Line. 

Herbert,  Hon.  S.7 

Oriel  ' 

Pryor,  E.  V.              Ball. 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Cramer.    C.  W.  Stocker.    E.  D.  Hampden.    J.  Garbett. 


Denison,  H.3 
Gladstone,  W.  E. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Ch.  Ch.   I  Jeffreys,  H.  A.          Ch.  Ch.   I  Eobertson,  J. 
Ch.  Ch.   I  Prideaux,  C.  G.        Ball. 


Pemb. 


i  Fellow  of  Merton.  2  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 

3  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  4  Afterwards  John  Thornycroft. 

5  Fellow  of  Brasenose,  afterwards  Principal  as  Edward  H.  Cradock. 

6  The  third  Lord  Harris.  7  Afterwards  Lord  Herbert  of  Lea. 


1832 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


221 


Ellis,  F.  J. 


CLASS  II. 

Neale,  E.  V.  Oriel 

CLASS  III. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 
Merton  |  Muckalt,  J.  Queen's  |  Whyte,  J.  K. 

Examiners— IB.  Powell.    B.  Walker.    A.  P.  Saunders. 


Oriel 


Brewer,  J.  S. 


EASTEK  TEBM,  1832. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 
Queen's  |  Doyle,  F.  H.1  Ch.  Ch.  |  Kogers,  F.2 


Oriel 


CLASS  II. 

Borrett,  C.  W. 
Copleston,  E.  E. 
Fowler,  W.  W. 

Magd. 
Exeter 
Pemb. 

Kettle,  J. 
Lefroy,  C.  E. 
Menzies,  A. 

Line. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 

Bichardson,  W.8 
Stoddart,  W.  W. 
Vaughan,  E.  P. 

Wadh. 
St.  J. 
Ball. 

James,  T. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Batchelor,  T. 
Blackall,  H. 

Mgd.H. 
Ch.Ch. 

Jones,  H. 
Martelli,  C.  H.  A. 

Jesus 
Trin. 

Strickland,  H.  E. 
Thistlethwayte,  G. 

Oriel 
Bras. 

Calvert,  T. 

Queen's 

Prichard,  B. 

Jesus 

"Wayman.  W. 

Exeter 

Band,  T. 

Queen's 

Bowlandson,  J. 

Queen's 

Wright,  F.  B. 

Queen's 

Hadow,  P.  D. 

Ball. 

Salt,  J. 

Ball. 

Wyatt,  C.  P. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Johnson,  G.  D. 

St.  J. 

Sotheby,  T.  H. 

N.  I.  H. 

Young,  H.  T. 

Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Anson,  F.1 

Ch.  Ch. 

Ferrier,  J.  F. 

Magd. 

Eogers,  G.  B. 

Perab. 

Baker,  G.  T. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Irvine,  J. 

Mgd.H. 

Stanley,  E.  M. 

Wore. 

Bernard,  Hon.  C.B. 

Ball. 

Kent,  J. 

Wadh. 

Sutherland,  A.  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Burgess,  J.  B. 

Oriel 

Loring,  H.  N. 

Exeter 

Tooke,  A.  W. 

Alb.  H. 

Burnett,  J. 

Edm.H. 

Lowndes,  E. 

Mgd.H. 

Vaux,  B. 

Trin. 

Deboudrey,  D. 

Mgd.H.  i  Martin,  J. 

Jesus 

Examiners.— C.  W.  Stocker.    T.  W.  Lancaster.    E.  D.  Hampden.    W.  Sewell. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Jones,  H.  Jesus      I  Eogers,  F.2  Oriel      I  Vaughan,  E.  P.        Ball. 

Lefroy,  C.  E.  Ch.Ch.    | 

CLASS  II. 

Menzies,  A  Trin. 

CLASS  in. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 

Baker,  G.  T.  Ch.  Ch.   I  Deboudrey,  D.         Mgd.  H.    Loring,  H.  N.          Exeter 

Crommelin,  H.  B.     Mgd.H.  | 

Examiners.— E.  Walker.    A,  P.  Saunders.    W.  Falconer. 


1  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  2  Afterwards  Lord  Blaohford. 

3  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


222 


CLASS   LISTS 


1832 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1832. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Allies,  T.  W.            Wadh. 
Boscawen,  Lord  l     Ch.  Ch. 

Giles,  J.  D.               Corpus 
Lushington,W.  H.  Oriel 

Maule,  G.  B. 
Oxnam,  N.5 

Ch.  Ch. 
Exeter 

Bruce,  Hon.  J.2         Ch.  Ch. 

Marriott,  C.*             Ball. 

Wall,  H.« 

Alb.  H. 

Denison,  S.  C.3          Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Berry,  J.  W.  M.        Bras. 

Macmullen,  E.  G.    Corpus 

Thornton,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Cardew,  G.                Exeter 

Somerset,  G.  H.        St.M.H. 

Walker,  S.  H. 

Ball. 

Laxton,  W.               Trin. 

Spooner,  W.              Oriel 

Were,  E. 

Queen's 

Lutwyche,  A.  J.  P.  Queen's 

CLASS  III. 

Barnes,  E.                  Ch.  Ch. 

Froude,  W.              Oriel 

Monck,  J.  B. 

Bras. 

Cheshire,  H.  F.        Wadh. 

Harrison,  W.            Bras. 

Orlebar,  A.  B. 

Line. 

Clare,  G.  T.               St.  J. 

Larken,  E.  E.           Trin. 

Pearson,  W. 

Univ. 

Elwell,  W.  E.           Univ. 

Macdonald,  J.  W.    Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Acland,  A.  H.  DJ    Ch.  Ch.    1  Hinxman,  E.            Exeter 

Eickards,  E.  F. 

Ball. 

Barrow,  T.  F.            Alb.  H. 

Hodson,  G.                Mgd.H. 

Eushout,  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bramall,  J.                Exeter 
Carter,  T.                   Wore. 

Hooker,  W.               Pemb. 
Hope,  J.  E.9              Ch.  Ch. 

Sarjeant,  E. 
Spencer,  J.  L. 

Mgd.H. 
Wore. 

Douglas,Marquis  of3Ch.Ch. 
Ensor,  E.  S.               Bras. 

Hornby,  W.              Ch.  Ch. 
Hughan,  T.               Ball. 

Stanley,  G.  S. 
Uniacke,  E.  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Alb.  H. 

Garrick,  G.               Univ. 

Leslie,  C.                   Ch.  Ch. 

Whorwood,  T.  H. 

Magd. 

Geary,  F.                   Ch.  Ch. 

Pulteney,  E.  T.  P.    Trin. 

Williams,  E. 

Oriel 

Hilton,  H.                Wore. 

Examiners.—  C.  W.  Stocker.    T.  W.  Lancaster.    E.  D.  Hampden.    W.  Sewell. 

Cardew,  G. 
Froude,  W. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Exeter    j  Maberly,  T.  A.          Ch.  Ch.  I  Orlebar,  A.  B. 
Oriel      I  Maule,  G.  B.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Eickards,  E.  F. 

CLASS  II. 

Acland,  A.  H.  DJ     Ch.  Ch.  I  Marriott,  C.*  Ball.      I  Walker,  S.  H. 

Hughan,  T.  Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 
Martin,  F.  W.  W.  Ball.       |  Williams,  R.  Oriel 

Examiners.— E.  Walker.    W.  Falconer.    H.  Reynolds. 


Line. 
Ball. 


Ball. 


EASTER  TERM,  1833. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Atkinson,  M.10 

Queen's 

Jackson,  J. 

Pemb. 

Lowe,  R.12 

Univ. 

Briscoe,  T.                 Jesus 
Canning,  Hon.C.J.uCh.  Ch. 
Gaselee,  B.                Ball. 

Jelf,  W.  E. 
Liddell,  H.  G. 
Longueville,  J.  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 

Scott,  E.i3 
Vaughan,  H.  H.4 
Woods,  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 

Henney,  T.  F. 

Pemb. 

1  The  second  Earl  of  Falmouth. 
5  Stowell  Fellow  of  University. 

Afterward  Nutcombe  Oxenham. 

FeUow  of  Balliol. 

The  eleventh  Duke  of  Hamilton. 

Fellow  of  Merton ;  afterwards  James  R.  Hope-Scott. 

1  Afterwards  Earl  Canning. 

2  Fellow  of  Magdalen ;  afterwards  Viscount  Sherbrooke. 

3  Fellow,  afterwards  Master,  of  Balliol. 


2  Fellow  of  Merton ;  the  eighth  Earl  of  Elgin. 
*  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


7  Afterwards  A.  H.  D.  Troyte. 
10  Fellow  of  Lincoln 


1883 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


223' 


CLASS  II. 

Austen,  H.  E.          St.  J. 

De  Visme,  L.  D.       Ball. 

Peter,  J.  T.  H.1 

Ch.  Ch. 

Butler,  W.                 Queen's 
Collins,  B.  C.  "W.      Exeter 

Dodd,  J.                     Queen's 
Faraday,  D.  C.           Queen's 

Simpson,  E.  V. 
Smith,  E. 

Ball. 
Wadh. 

Crosse,  J.                   Exeter 

Garratt,  J.                 Ch.  Ch. 

Stone,  W. 

Wadh. 

Dalton,  C.  B.             Wadh. 

Guillemard,  H.  P.    Trin. 

Thomas,  J. 

Trin. 

Deane,  J.  P.              St.  J. 

Harris,  T.                 Magd. 

CLASS  III. 

Armstrong,  J.          Ball. 

Fox,  C.  J.                  Mgd.H. 

Marsden,  W. 

Wadh. 

Bennett,  J.                 Ch.  Ch. 

Fursdon,  E.               Oriel 

Maxwell,  C. 

Ball. 

Boustead,  J.             Queen's 

Hall,  G.  C.                Magd. 

Bobson,  G.  Y. 

Univ. 

Dick,  C.  G.                Wore. 

Harenc,  C.  J.            Ch.  Ch. 

Short,  J.  H. 

Merton 

Dykes,  L.  P.  B.         Queen's 
Fawcett,  E.              Queen's 

Inglis,  J.                    Ball. 
Knapp,  H.                 St.  J. 

Thompson,  T.  B. 
Woodgate,  G.  S. 

Queen's 
Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bagot,  L.  F.2             Ch.  Ch. 

Fisher,  C.  F.             Univ. 

Montgomery,  E. 

Line. 

Belfield,  J.  F.           Oriel 

Francis,  J.                Wore. 

Parker,  J.  O. 

Oriel 

Bond,  J.  B.                Univ. 

Frankland,  K.          Univ. 

Phillips,  J. 

Pemb. 

Cameron,  A.              Mgd.H. 

Graves,  J.                 Exeter 

Powell,  T.  B. 

Exeter 

Chaplin,  G.  A.           Magd. 

Herbert,  H.               Ball. 

Price,  A.  H 

Wadh. 

Clark,  J.  D.               Univ. 

Hoare,  J.  K.              Wore. 

Provand,  C.  M. 

Mgd.H. 

Cooke,  G.  W.           Jesus 

Hopwood.  F.  G.        Ch.  Ch. 

Eichards,  W.  U. 

Exeter 

Crossfield,  E.  M.       Mgd.H. 

Hugo,  J.  P.*              Wadh. 

Eickman,  W.  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Cunningham,  C.  T.  Ch.  Ch. 
Dawnay,Hon.W.H.sCh.  Ch. 

Izod,  L.  N.                 Trin. 
Lefroy,  A.  C.             Ch.  Ch. 

Storr,  F. 
Strange,  W.  A. 

Queen's 
Pemb. 

Dineley.  F.  P.  G.      Wore. 

Lloyd,  J.                    Ch.  Ch. 

Surtees,  W.  E. 

Univ. 

Dodds,  H.  L.             Ch.  Ch. 

Maddock,  H.  J.        Wore. 

Wetherell,  C. 

Wore. 

Ellison,  J.                 Ch.  Ch. 

Marriott,  F.  A.         Oriel 

Wynter,  A.  F. 

St.J. 

Examiners.—  C.  W.  Stocker.    T.  W.  Lancaster.    A.  Short.    W.  Sewell 

• 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Belfield,  J.  F.            Oriel 

Gaselee,  B.                Ball. 

Liddell,  H.  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Burdon,  J.6                Univ. 

Hugo,  J.  P.4             Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 

Canning,  Hon.  C.J.6  Ch.  Ch. 

Henney,  T.  F.           Pemb. 

Lowe,  E.7 

Univ. 

Dalton,  C.  B.             Wadh. 

CLASS  in. 

Bennett,  J.               Ch.  Ch. 

Knapp,  H.                 St.  J. 

Stone,  W. 

Wadh. 

Deane,  J.  P.              St.  J. 

CLASS  IV. 

Hewitt,  Hon.  3«      Ch.  Ch. 
Hopwood,  F.  G.        Ch.  Ch. 

Hotham,  J.  H.         Magd.     1  White,  J.  T. 
Spring,  F.  J.             Edin.H. 

Corpus 

MICHAELMAS   TERM,  1833. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Chepmell,  H.  le  M.  Pemb. 
Edmonstone,  C.  W.  Ch.  Ch. 


Black,  A.  W. 
Boyes,  J.  F. 
Dayman,  P.  D. 
Hall,  A.  H. 


Ch.  Ch. 
St.J. 
Ball. 
Ball. 


CLASS  I. 

Fletcher,  W.»  Trin. 

Muckleston,  E.  Wore. 

CLASS  II. 

Morris,  F.  O.  Wore. 

Munby,  J.  P.  Line. 

Newmarch,  C.  Alb.  H. 

Peake,  H.  Jesus 


I  Sheppard,  W." 
I  Tait,  A.  C. 


Prothero,  T. 
Eickards.  G.  K.« 
Walker,  J. 


Trin. 
Ball. 


Bras. 
Trin. 
Wadh. 


Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


1  Fellow  of  Merton. 

4  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

6  Afterwards  Earl  Canning. 

8  Afterwards  fourth  Viscount  Lifford. 

10  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


3  The  seventh  Viscount  Downe. 
5  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's. 
7  Afterwards  Viscount  Sherbrooke. 
9  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


224 


CLASS  LISTS 
In  Iiiteris  Humanioribus  (continued). 


Examiners.— A.  Short.    E.  Michell.    G.  Moberly.    W.  Sewell. 


Comyn,H. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Mackeson,  W.  W.  Queen's 

CLASS  II. 
Coope,  J.  E.          Ch.  Ch.  |  Walker,  J.  WAdh. 

CLASS  in. 
Exeter   |  Murray,  H.  S.         Ch.  Ch.   |  Eead,  T.  F.  E. 

CLASS  IV. 
Eichards,  T.  M.       Wadh. 

Examiners—  W.  Falconer.    A.  Neate.    H.  Eeynolds. 


1834 


CLASS  HI. 

Barnes,  G. 

Ch.  Ch.  ;  Guise,  W.  C.             Ch.  Ch. 

Morgan,  E.  B.' 

Univ. 

Blane,  H. 

Bras.         Hopton,  E.                Bras. 

Murray,  H.  S. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bovell,  W.  H.  B. 

Alb.H. 

Howard,Hon.E.E.i  Ch.Ch. 

Pinkerton,  J.  S. 

St.  J. 

Coope,  J.  E. 
Gardner,  A.  D. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Jesus 

Mackenzie,  W.  B.    Mgd.H. 
Mackeson,  W.  W.    Queen's 

Eeay,  C.  L. 

Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 

Badcock,  A.  W. 

Pemb. 

Curtois,  A.                Line. 

Eamsay,  Lord  2 

Ch.  Ch. 

Boucher,  J. 

Wore. 

Cust,  Hon.  C.  H.       Ch.  Ch. 

Eichards,  T.  M. 

Wadh. 

Brice,  D. 
Carwithen,  W.  H. 

Queen's 
Wore. 

Day,  G.                      Ch.  Ch. 
Mackenzie,  H.         Pemb. 

Eyder,  G.  D. 
Tracey,  J. 

Oriel 
Wadh. 

Cother,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Pollard,  H.  S.            Line. 

Williams,  P.  P. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Curtis,  F. 

Ball.         Postlethwaite,T.M.  Queen's 

Univ. 


EASTER  TERM,  1834. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Barnes,  E.  W.          Queen's 

Palmer,  E.4               Trin. 

Thornton,  E. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Blackburn,  E,3        Ball. 

Spranger,  E.  J.        Exeter 

Wood,  W.  E.  C. 

Magd. 

Elder,  E.                   Ball. 

Thompson,  E.           Bras. 

CLASS  II. 

Abraham,  T.  E.        Ball. 

Fox,  O.                       Line. 

Eenaud,  G. 

Corpus 

Chambers,  E.  E.       St.  J. 

Hoskyns,  C.              Ball. 

Snowden,  E. 

Queen's 

Chapman,  T.            Exeter 
Foster,  A.  F.-J.        Trin, 

Kingdon,  T.  K.        Exeter 
Lloyd,  T.                  Ch.  Ch. 

Talmage,  J.  M. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  m. 

Austen,  G.               St.  J. 
Bishop,  A.  C.            Queen's 
Brereton,  J.              New 

Goodlake,  T.  W.      Pemb.       Levy,  T.  B. 
Gough.  H.                 Queen's    Macdougall,  J. 
Hall,  W.                    Edm.H.    Thomas,  E.  J.  F. 

Queen's 
Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Bush,  J.                    Wadh. 

Hamer.  H.                Queen's    Woodd,  G.  N. 

7                                                                                                   * 

Wadh. 

Edwards,  J.  W.       Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Barnwell,  E.  L.5      Ball. 

Floud,  T.                  Wadh. 

Oswald,  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bateman,  J.             Magd. 

Hayes,  C.                   Mgd.H. 

Phelps,  E.  S. 

Wadh. 

Burrow,  T.  C.           Queen's 
Carey,  H.                  Oriel 

Heming,  H.              St.  J. 
Lamotte,  G.  T.  C.     Ball. 

Stackhouse,  A. 
Trollope,  T.  A. 

Line. 
Mgd.H. 

Carter,  E.  J.             Exeter    |  Lewin,  ^E.                Trin. 

Twining,  A. 

Oriel 

Davies,  E.  W.           Jesus         Maddison,  E.  T.       Univ. 

Ward,  E. 

Oriel 

Estcourt,  W.  J.  B.   Ball. 

Ormsby,  W.  A.         Univ. 

Winthrop,  B.  E. 

Wadh. 

Eyre,  H.  E.               Univ. 

Examiners.—  A.  Short    G.  Moberly.    F.  Jeune.    E.  W.  Head. 

1  Fellow  of  All  Souls.                                  2  Afterwards  Marquis  of  Dalhousie. 

3  Fellow  of  Brasenose,              <  Fellow  of  Magdalen  ;  afterwards  Earl  of  Selborne. 

5  Scholar  of  Jesus. 

1834 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


225 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Abraham,  T.  E.        Ball.       I  Burrow,  T.  C.  Queen's  I  Winthrop,  B.  E.       Wadh. 

Barnwell,  E.  L.1       Ball.      |  Gough,  H.  Queen's  | 

CLASS  II. 
Davies,  E.  W.  Jesus 

CLASS  III. 
Twining,  A.  Oriel 

CLASS  IV. 

Hall,  W.  Edm.H.  I  Taylor,  T.  Mgd.H.  I  Turner,  G.  E.  Mgd.  H. 

Sugden,H.  Alb.H.  | 

Examiners— A.  Neate.    H.  Beynolds.    G.  H.  S.  Johnson. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1834. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Barnes,  C. 

Corpus 

Godfrey,  D.  E. 

Queen's 

Hyman,  0.  H.  B.      Wadh. 

Dale,  H. 

Magd. 

Hussey,  W. 

Ball. 

Woollcombe,  H.       Ch.  Ch. 

Daman,  C.2 

Magd. 

CLASS  II. 

Brancker,  T. 
Bruce,  Hon.F.W.A 

Wadh. 
.  Ch.  Ch. 

Gunner,  W.  H. 
Morris.  J.  B.3 

Trin. 
Ball. 

Stupart,  G.  T.          Exeter 
Ward,  W.  G.<           Line. 

Davies,  N. 
Govett,  E. 

Pemb. 
Wore. 

Owen,  L.  W. 
Pocock,  N. 

Ball. 
Queen's 

Wilson,  J.                  Corpus 
Wing,  J.  W.             Univ. 

CLASS  III. 

Allen,  T. 

Ball.         Hanmer,  T. 

Bras. 

Slight,  H.  S.              Corpus 

Black,  P. 

Ch.  Ch.      Jackson,  T. 

St.M.H. 

Talbot,  Hon.  W.  C.  Ch.Ch. 

Blencowe,  T. 

Wadh.      Johnson,  J.  T. 

St.  J. 

Vaughan,  J.             Wore. 

Boyce,  H.  Le  G. 

Wore.       King,  B. 

Bras. 

Waller,  S.  E.            Bras. 

Bright,  J.  E. 

Ch.  Ch.      Kitson,  E.  P. 

Ball. 

Webster,  J.               Trin. 

Dewar,  E.  H. 

Exeter      Law,  G.  S. 

Oriel 

West,  W.                   Line. 

Faber,  J.  C. 

Ch.  Ch.    i  Mozley,  J.  B.5 

Oriel 

Woollcombe,  W.W.  Exeter 

Fortescue,  E.  H. 

Exeter    i  Pelly,  T. 

Corpus 

CLASS  IV. 

Anstice,  E.  E. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Jeans,  W. 

Wadh. 

Eyder,  W.  D.            Exeter 

Butler,  D. 

Line. 

Mayne,  H.  B. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Sidney,  J.                  Bras. 

Cookes,  D.  C.  J. 

Wore. 

Morris,  J. 

Jesus 

Spry,  A.  B.                Trin. 

Coxe,  H.  J.  F. 

St.  J. 

Newton,  W. 

Ball. 

Sykes,  J.                   Oriel 

De  Salis,  W.  A.« 

Oriel 

Oswell,  H.  L. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Vine,  M.  H.              Univ. 

Domvile,  J.  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Owen,  J.  E. 

Jesus 

Whatman,  J.             Ch.  Ch. 

Emerson,  A.  L. 

Pemb. 

Pell,  J. 

Exeter      Wheeler,  D.               Edm.H. 

Hall,  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Eadclyffe,  C.  E. 

Bras.        Wrench,  H.  O.         Wore. 

Examiners.— A..  Short.    W.  H.  Cox.    G.  Moberly.    E.  W.  Head. 


Anstice,  E.  E. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Ch.  Ch.   |  Jeffray,  L.  W.  Ball.      |  Pocock,  N. 

CLASS  II. 
Ward,  W.  G.*       Line.      |  Woollcombe,  H.      Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Brancker,  T.  Wadh.    I  Kitson,  E.  P.  Ball.       I  Slight,  H.  S. 

Domvile,  J.  G.          Ch.  Ch.   | 

1  Scholar  of  Jesus.  2  Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

<  Fellow  of  Balliol.  5  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 

6  Afterwards  Wm.  Andrew  Fane-De-Salis. 

Q 


Queen's 
Corpus 


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1835 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis  (continued). 

CLASS  IV. 
Vine,  M.  H.  Univ. 

Examiners.— A.  Neate.    W.  B.  Browell.    G.  H.  S.  Johnson. 


EASTEB  TERM,  1835. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Adams,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Chaffers,  T.              Bras. 

Ley,  W.  H. 

Trin. 

CardweU,  E.1 

Ball. 

Giles,  J.  E.                Mgd.H. 

Shepheard,  H.2 

Wore. 

CLASS  II. 

Andrews,  W.3 

Queen's 

Campbell,  A.  B.       Ball. 

Kynnersley,  E.  C.  S 

Trin. 

Argles,  M. 

Merton 

Cockin,  W.               Bras. 

Pearson,  W.  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Barne,  H. 

Exeter 

Gilbard,  W.             Wore. 

Scott,  W. 

Queen's 

Bridges,  B.  E.4 

Oriel 

Hulton,  C.  B.  A.  G.  Bras. 

Tate,  C.  K. 

Corpus 

Brome,  Viscount 

New 

CLASS  in. 

Austin,  J.  S. 

Trin. 

Hardy,  B.                 Ball. 

Eeade,  C. 

Magd. 

Ball,  E. 

Bras. 

Higgs,  B.  W.            St.  J. 

Rowley,  W.  W. 

Queen's 

Blachford,  F. 

Bras. 

Hodgson,  J.  F.          Ch.  Ch. 

Soltau,  W.  F. 

Ball. 

Daniel,  J. 
Daubeny,  G.  B. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Knight,  G.                Edm.H. 
Knight,  H.  L.           Ch.  Ch. 

Treacy,  J. 
Wells,  F.  B. 

Queen's 
Magd. 

Dyke,  W. 
Fitzgerald,  A.  0. 

Jesus 
Ball. 

Lloyd,  A.                   Wadh. 
Onslow,  A.  C.           Ch.  Ch. 

Wingfield,  W.  F. 
Winter,  A.  L. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 

Gordon,  E. 

Oriel 

CLASS  IV. 

Addison,  J. 

Exeter 

Hunter,  W.               St.  J. 

Severn,  J.  P. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bridges,  A.  H. 

Oriel 

Hussey,  W.  L.           Ch.  Ch. 

Sinclair,  W. 

St.M.H. 

Colborne,  W.  N.  B. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Martin,  F.  P.  B.        Wadh.     Slater,  L. 

Univ. 

Harris,  Hon.  C.  A. 

'  Oriel 

Newton,  F.  W.         Pemb. 

Sterling,  C.  J. 

St.M.H. 

Hocker,  C. 

Exeter 

Price,  J.                    Jesus 

Examiners.- -B.  Michell.    W.  H.  Cox.    G.  Moberly.    T.  L.  Claughton. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Adams,  J. 
Buller,  W.  C.3 


CLASS  I. 
Ch.Ch.  I  CardweU,  E.i  Ball. 


Grimes,  E. 
Holme,  T. 


Oriel 


Oriel 


Phelps,  W.  J. 


CLASS  H. 
Harris,  Hon.  C.  A.'      Oriel 

CLASS  III. 
Tate,  C.  B.  Corpus 

CLASS  IV. 
Thomas,  D.  Exeter    I  Wright,  G. 


Queen's  |  Williams,  J. 


Ball. 


Wore. 


Jesus 


Examiners.— B,.  Walker.    W.  E.  Browell.    G.  H.  S.  Johnson. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1835. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  L 

Claughton,  P.  C."     Bras.       I  Litton,  E.  A.2  Ball.       I  Tickell,  G.*  Ball. 

Cotton,  W.  C.  Ch.  Ch.     Miller,  J.  C.  Line.        Yonge,  C.  St.M.H. 


1  Afterwards  Viscount  CardweU. 
4  Fellow  of  Merton. 
6  Fellow  of  University. 


2  Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

*  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
7  StoweU  FeUow  of  University. 


1836 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 


227 


CLASS  II. 

Cane,  E. 

Trin. 

Hansell,  E.  H. 

Magd. 

Pearson,  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Evans,  E. 

Pemb. 

Lamb,  E. 

St.  J. 

Sawbridge,  E. 

Ball. 

Freeland,  H.  W. 
Godley,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Maidstone,  Vise.1 
Moore,  J.  V. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Exeter 

Spragge,  C. 
Williams,  M. 

Exeter 

Jesus 

Hannam,  T. 

Mgd.H. 

Morris,  T. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Woollcombe,  L.2 

Pemb. 

CLASS  III 

Barnes,  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hill,  G. 

Edm.H. 

Ormerod,  J.  A. 

Bras. 

Barnett,  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Leach,  T. 

Merton 

Scriven,  C. 

Wore. 

Brooks,  J. 

Bras. 

Le  Breton,  W.  C.2 

Pemb. 

Smith,  B. 

Magd. 

Fowle,  W.  C. 

Wadh. 

Muirhead,  J. 

Ball. 

Smith,  E.  W.  A. 

Jesus 

Geare,  E. 

Exeter 

CLASS  IV 

Browne,  W. 

Ball. 

Entwisle,  A.* 

'  Oriel 

Smith,  H. 

Wadh. 

Capes,  J. 

Ball. 

Hulme,  G. 

Ball. 

Smythies,  C. 

Trin. 

Crockford,  W. 

Bras. 

Pope,  S. 

Queen's 

Sweet,  C. 

Ball. 

Daubeney,  H. 

Trin. 

Bothwell,  T. 

Oriel 

Williams,  J. 

Pemb. 

Dunlop,  C. 

Pemb. 

Shute,  H. 

Pemb. 

Young,  E.     . 

Oriel 

Examiners.— E.  Michell.    W.  H.  Cox.    T.  Twiss.    T.  L.  Claughton. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Entwisle,  A.3  Oriel      |  Hansell,  E.  H.          Magd.     |  Litton,  E.  A.  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 
Bingley,  W.  Trinity    |  Cotton,  W.  C.          Ch.  Ch.  |  Puckle,  J.  Bras. 

CLASS  III. 
Browne,  W.  Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Barlow,  J.  Wore.     I  Smith,  G.  Queen's  1  Taylor,  W,  N.  I.  H. 

Sheppard,  A.  F.        Oriel      | 

Examiners.— R.  Walker.    W.  E.  Browell.    G.  H.  S.  Johnson. 


EASTER  TERM,  1836. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Arnould,  J.              Wadh. 
Donkin,  W.  F.          Univ. 

Hessey,  J.  A. 
Prichard,  J.  C.* 

St.J. 
Trin. 

Utterton,  J.  S. 
Woolley,  J.5 

Oriel 
Exeter 

Gordon,  O.                Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Butterworth,  J.  H.  Exeter 

Lowe,  F.  P.? 

Univ. 

Pulling,  W.3 

Oriel 

Caswall,  J.               Bras. 

Moore,  J. 

Line. 

Whitbread,  G. 

Bras. 

Connell,  J.                Ball. 

Pattison,  M.8 

Oriel 

Wickens,  H. 

Exeter 

Cranstoun,  Hon.  C.6  Jesus 
James,  Sir  W.  C.,Bt.  Ch.  Ch. 

Pears,  S.  A. 
Pridham,  C. 

Corpus 
Exeter 

Wilson,  J.  M.9 

Corpus 

CLASS  III. 

Bowles,  J.                 Mgd.H. 
Broadley,  A.             Wadh. 

Hannay,  J. 
Hunt,  J. 

Wore. 

Queen's 

Pollen,  E.  H. 
Pycroft,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 

Brown,  F.                  Exeter 

Keate,  B.  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Seager,  C. 

Wore. 

Brown,  H.  H.           Corpus 
Beane,  F.  H.             Wadh. 

Meyrick,  E. 
Monro,  E. 

Queen's 
Oriel 

Whitehead,  E. 
Williams,  J. 

Wadh. 
Trin. 

Dolignon,  J.  W.       Ball. 

Morrell,  G.  K. 

St.  J. 

Worsley,  J.  H. 

Magd. 

Francis,  C.  D.           Exeter 

Penrose,  J.10 

Ball. 

1  The  tenth  Earl  of  Winchilsea  and  Nottingham.  2  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

3  Fellow  of  Brasenose.  4  Fellow  of  Oriel.  5  Fellow  of  University. 

6  The  eleventh  Lord  Cranstoun.  7  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 

8  Fellow,  afterwards  Eector,  of  Lincoln.  9  Afterwards  President  of  Corpus. 

10  Fellow  of  Lincoln, 


228 


CLASS  LISTS 


1836 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 


CLASS  IV.   ' 

Arrowsmith,  A. 

Mgd.H. 

Duke,  E.                  Exeter 

Panting,  R. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Atwood,  A.  T. 

Wore. 

Dunston,  T.  W.        Exeter 

Riddell,  J.  C.  B.* 

Ch.  Ch. 

Beasley,  W.  C. 

Line. 

Evans,  E.                   Jesus 

Russell,  S.  H. 

St.  J. 

Bell,  G.  J. 

Ball. 

Fynes-Clinton,  C.     Ch.  Ch. 

Smith,  H.  J.  C. 

Wadh. 

Borradaile,  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Harrison,  A.  R.        Queen's 

Taylor,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Borrer,  C.  H. 

Oriel 

Holbech,  H.              Ch.  Ch. 

Trevor,  G. 

Mgd.H. 

Bradley,  C. 

Wore. 

Lakin,  T.  C.              Oriel 

Twining,  W. 

Ball. 

Carter,  G. 

St.  J. 

Leslie,  J.                   Ch.  Ch. 

Weare,  T.  W. 

Ch.Ch. 

Chaplin,  E.  J. 

Magd. 

Maddock,  R.  N.       Queen's 

Wilson,  W. 

Queen's 

Day,  C. 

Tnn. 

Examiners.—  -W.  H.  Cox.    F.  Oakeley.    T.  Twiss.    T.  L.  Claughton. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Donkin,  W.  F. 
Brown,  H.  H. 


Borrer,  C.  H. 
Orr,  A. 


Unh 


CLASS  I. 
|  Gordon,  O. 


St.J. 


Ball. 


Ch.  Ch.  |  Russell,  S.  H. 

CLASS  II. 
Corpus  |  Butterworth,  J.  H.  Exeter  |  Connell,  J. 

CLASS  III. 
Bowles,  J.  Mgd.H.  |  Whitehead,  E.          Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Oriel       I  Panting,  R.  Ch.Ch.   I  Styleman,  H.  Le  S.  Ch.  Ch. 

Oriel       I  St.  John,  E.  Ch.  Ch.   |  Webb,  W.  Mgd.H. 

Examiners.— -R.  Walker.    W.  R.  Browell.    E.  Hill. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1836. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Adams,  W.               Mert. 

Kensington,  A.        Trin. 

Wickens,  J.              Ball. 

Church,  R.  W.2        Wadh. 

CLASS  n. 

Collins,  C.  M.           Exeter 

Hathaway,  F.           Wore. 

Mules,  P.5                 Bras. 

Cornish,  J.  R.3          Ch.  Ch. 

Mellish,  G.                Univ. 

Noad,  G.  F.               Wore. 

Erskine,  H.  T.          Ball. 

Melville,  D.               Bras. 

Peake,  J.  R.               Mgd.H. 

Faber,  F.  W.            Univ. 

Moyle,  G.                  Line. 

Wynne,  C.  G.            Ch.  Ch. 

Hardy,  G.4                Oriel 

CLASS  III. 

Allen,  H.  G.             Ch.  Ch. 

Evans,  L.                   Wadh. 

Green,  M.  J.             Line. 

Apletree,  F.  R.         Ball. 

Fisher,  T.                  Exeter 

Jones,  H.                   Jesus 

Armstrong,  J.           Line. 

Fitz-Gerald,  R.        Exeter 

Phillips,  J.  B.           All.  S. 

Badham,  C.               Wadh. 

Gilbertson,  L.           Jesus 

Templer,  H.  S.         N.  I.  H. 

Egerton,  E.  C.1         Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Anderson,  D.           Exeter 

Darby,  J.  T.               St.  J. 

Rawlinson,  H.          St.  J. 

Ashworth,  J.  A.8      Ch.  Ch. 

Foulkes,  H.  P.          Ball. 

Smith,  C.  G.              Wadh. 

Baker,  H.  S.              Exeter 

French,  T.                 Queen's 

Talmadge,  W.           Line. 

Bandinel,  J.              Wadh. 

Hamilton,  J.             St.  J. 

Webber,  W.  C.  F.     Ch.  Ch. 

Bromley,  R.               Ch.  Ch. 

Knollis,  F.  M.           Magd. 

Wheeler,  G.  D.         Wadh. 

Burton,  R.  P.            Pemb. 

Lewis,  J.                   Wadh. 

Woodhouse,  W.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 

Clinton.  Lord  W*  P.  Ch.  Ch. 

Miller,  W.                 New 

Wyndhain,  J.  E.      Oriel 

Cotes,  D.  O.               Univ. 

Examiners.  —  F.  Oakeley.    H.  B.  Wilson.    T.  Twiss.    T.  L.  Claughton. 

Fellow  of  All  Souls.  2  Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Afterwards  J.  R.  Mowbray. 

4  Afterwards  Viscount  Cranbrook.  5  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

6  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


1837 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


229 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Adams,  W.  Mert.      I  Cotes,  D.  O.  Univ.      I  Wickens,  3.  Ball. 

Ashworth,  J.  A.i      Ch.  Ch.  |  Kensington,  A.         Ch.  Ch.  | 

CLASS  II. 

Hussey,  T.  Bras.      I  Penny,  W.  G.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Smith,  C.  G.  Wadh. 

Peake,  J.  K.  Mgd.H.  | 

CLASS  III. 
Anderson,  D.        Exeter  |  Evans,  L.  Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 
Bromley,  E.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Capel,  A.  Ball.       |  Hull,  R.  P.  Bras. 

Examiners.— E.  Walker.    W.  Falconer.    E.  Hill. 


EASTER  TERM,  1837. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Bode,  J.  E.  Ch.  Ch. 

Burrows,  H.  W.       St.  J. 
Haddan,  T.  H.2       Bras. 


CLASS  I. 

Holden,  H.  Ball. 

Nesbitt,  C.  T.  Bras. 


Sleap,  E.  Bras. 

Woollcombe,  E.  C.3  Oriel 


CLASS  II. 

Baker,  A.  W.            Trin. 

Malan,  S.  C.            Edm.H. 

Sheppard,  T.  H.2     Oriel 

Buddicom,  E.  J.      Bras. 

Milman,  E.               Exeter 

Smith,  E.  B.              Queen's 

Fitz-Gerald,W.E.S.Oriel 
Gray,  H.  F.               Corpus 

Newton,  C.  T.           Ch.  Ch. 
Eobin,  P.  E.             Bras. 

Street,  A.  W.<           Mgd.H. 
Whipham,T.W.     Ball. 

Hatsell,  J.                Oriel 

Salmon,  E.               Exeter 

CLASS  III. 

Baker,  Sir  G.,  Bt.    Ch.  Ch. 
Cooper,  J.                 Wadh. 

Menzies,  F.              Bras. 
Pole,  W.  E.              Ch.  Ch. 

Eyder,  T;  D.             Oriel 
Skrine,  H.  D.           Wadh. 

Elliott,  J.                  Merton 

Eoberts,  D.               Jesus 

Stott,  G.                     Wore. 

Fowler,  J.  C.           Pemb. 

Eobertson,  E.  W.     Wore. 

Tufnell,  E.  W.          Wadh. 

Homfray,  C.  J.         Oriel 

Eobinson,  G.            Ball. 

Whately,  C.             St.M.H. 

Legard,  D.  C.           Univ. 

Eudd,  L.  H.             Pemb. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bridges,  C.  B.           Oriel 

Ellman,  E.  B.           Wadh. 

Eipley,  W.                Univ. 

Brooke-Jones,  E.     Wadh. 

Gore,  H.  J.               Merton 

Sealy",  E.  U.              Ch  Ch. 

Burgess,  W.  J.         Exeter 

Hackman,  A.           Ch.  Ch. 

Shortland,  J.  E.       Oriel 

Chater,  J.  E.             Mgd.H. 

Hardinge,  J.             Wore. 

Sladen,  E.  H.  M.     Ball. 

Courtenay,  Hon.  C. 
L.                          Ch.  Ch. 

Hawtayne,  W.         Mgd.H. 
Heitland,  H.            Wadh. 

Sparling,  J.               Oriel 
Stokes,  W.  H.          Wadh. 

Dick,  F.  L.               St.  J. 

Jerram,  S.  J.             Wore. 

Twemlow,  T.  F.       Ch.  Ch. 

Dixon,  D.  J.             Bras. 

Milman,  W.              Bras. 

Whitaker,  C.           Bras. 

Domvile,  C.              Wadh. 

Piggott,  J.  D.           Merton 

Wintle,  T.  D.           Pemb. 

Examiners.— -F.  Oakeley.    H.  B.  Wilson.    T.  T.  Basely.    T.  Twiss. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Ellman,  E.  B. 


Queen's 


CLASS  I. 
Wadh.    |  Haddan,  T.  H.2       Bras. 

CLASS  II. 
Burrows,  H.  W.       St.  J.      |     Cox,  A. 

CLASS  III. 
Fitz-Gerald,W.E.S.  Oriel     |  Michel,  H.  E.  New 

CLASS  IV. 

Conrtenay,  Hon.  C.  I  Dunn,  J.  M.  Exeter    I   Knollys,  W.  F.  E.  Merton 

L.  Ch.Ch. 


|  Smith,  E.  B. 
Ch.  Ch. 
|  Stanley,  E.  Bras. 


Examiners. — W.  Falconer.    E.  Hill.    E.  Cockey. 


1  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 
SFellowofBalliol. 


2  Fellow  of  Exeter. 
*  Scholar  of  Pembroke, 


230 


CLASS   LISTS 


1837 


MICHAELMAS   TEBM,  1837. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Balston,  H. 
Cornish,  T.  B.1 
Crauford,  B.  G. 

Magd. 
Trin. 
Mgd.H. 

Highton,  H.            Queen's 
Hodson,  J.  S.           Merton 
Lonsdale,  J.  G.        Ball. 

Randolph,  J.  J.2 
Ridley,  W.  H. 
Ryle,  J.  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Haddan,  A.  W. 

Trin. 

Phinn,  T.                 Exeter 

Stanley,  A.  P.* 

BalL 

CLASS  n. 

Bernard,  T.  D. 

Exeter 

Hickley,  J.  G.         Trin. 

Phillott,  H.  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Courthope,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Lewis,  D.                 Jesus 

Simeon,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Dickinson,  W. 

Trin. 

Michell,  E.  D.         Wadh. 

Wilson,  C.  T. 

Mgd.H. 

Furneaux,  W.  D. 

Exeter 

Paige,  J.  B.              Exeter 

Winchester,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hessey,  F. 

St.  J. 

CLASS  III. 

Coope,  H.  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Lonsdale,  "W".           Oriel 

St.  John,  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Formby,  H. 

Bras. 

Riddle,  J.  B.            Wadh. 

Twist,  J.  W. 

Queen's 

Harrison,  M. 

Corpus 

Smith,  G.                  Mgd.H. 

Witts,  E.  F. 

Mgd.H. 

Howard,  Hon.  W. 
Lennard,  T.  B. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Merton 

Smith,  J.  F.              Bras. 
Stavordale,  Lord     Ch.  Ch. 

Wrottesley,  E.  J. 

Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Adair,  T.  B. 

Exeter 

Elton,  E.                  Ball. 

Moysey,  F.  L. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Atty,  G. 

Line. 

France,  G.               Exeter 

Seymour,  F.  P. 

Ball. 

Burney,  C. 
Butt,  G. 

Magd. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Gosset,  I.  H.            Exeter 
Grenside,  C.  K.        Bras. 

Taylor,  R. 
Thornhill,  C.  E. 

Mgd.H. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Childe,  G.  F. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Haigh,  J.                   Queen's 

Vernon,  E. 

Mgd.H. 

Clarke,  C. 

Trin. 

Hutton,  S.                Wadh. 

WardaKW.R. 

Corpus 

Collins,  G.W. 

St.  JV 

May,  E.                    Merton      Whitelegg,  W. 

Queen's 

Examiners.—  F.  Oakeley.    H.  B.  "Wilson.    T.  T.  Bazely.    W.  Palmer. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Childe,  G.  F. 

Magd. 

Ball. 

Exeter 


Harrison,  M.  Corpus 

Howard,  Hon.  W.    Ch.  Ch. 


Balston,  H. 
Dale,  J.  A. 
France,  G. 


CLASS  I. 
Ch.Ch.     |     Lonsdale,  W. 

CLASS  II. 

Haddan,  A.  W.        Trin. 
Highton,  H.  Queen's 

CLASS  III. 
Phillott,  H.  W.       Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 


Oriel 


Lonsdale,  J.  G. 
Randolph,  J.  J. 


Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 


Ridley,  W.  H.         Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.— W.  Falconer.    E.  Hill.    E.  Cockey. 


EASTEB  TEBM,  1838. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Collis,  J.  D. 

Wore. 

Nevinson,  C.            Wadh. 

Rawlinson,  G.5 

Trin. 

Dukes,  R.  M.4 

Line. 

n          TT 

CLASS  II. 

Brown,  G.  R. 
Browne,  G.  L. 
Campbell,  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 
St.  J. 
Exeter 

Collins,  W.  L.          Jesus 
King,  H.                   Wadh. 
Lloyd,  E.                  Merton 

Pigott,  A.  J. 
Shadforth,  T. 
Turner,  D.  W. 

Merton 
Univ. 
Maad. 

Coley,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

1  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Fellow  of  Merton. 

<  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's. 


s  Fellow  of  University. 
Fellow  of  Exeter. 


1838 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


231 


CLASS  HI. 

Benn,  W.  H.            Merton 

Gregson,  J.              Bras. 

Skirrow,  W.            Univ. 

Blisset,  G.                Ball. 

Hill,  E.                    Ball. 

Slatter,  J.                 Line. 

Browne,  L.  G.          Exeter 
Buckland,  S.           Ch.  Ch. 
Coldridge,  T.           Exeter 

Nelson,  H.               St.  J. 
Poynder,  F.              Wadh. 
Prout,  J.  W.             Wadh. 

Style,  F.                    St.  J. 
Wallas,  J.                Queen's 
Wilkinson,  J.          Merton 

Fagan,  G.  H.  U  .      Oriel 

Scratchley,  C.  J.     Bras. 

Young,  P.                 Exeter 

Garbett,  C.              Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Baron,  J.                  Queen's 

Emeris,  W.  E,         Magd. 

Nesfield,B.  W.  M.  Univ. 

Brown,  A.                Queen's 

Estcourt,  E.  E.         Exeter 

Pretyman,  E.           Trin. 

Carey,  C.                   Oriel 

Fearon,  J.                 Queen's 

Eogers,  J.  J.             Trin. 

Carthew,  J.              Exeter 

Garland.  N.  A.         Ch/Ch. 

Eogers,  T.  E.            Corpus 

Cornish,  A.  A.         Exeter 

Harris.  J.                  Wore. 

Sulivan.  H.  W.        Ball. 

Cosser,  W.  M.          Trin. 
Currer,  W.                Ch.  Ch. 

Levy,  G.                   Queen's 
Marshall,  E.            Corpus 

Vance,  G.                 Exeter 
Ward,  H.                  Exeter 

Dickinson,  W.  W.  Bras. 

Morris,  F.  P.            Line. 

Williams,  E.            Jesus 

Downing,  H.            Trin. 

Examiners.—  E.  Hussey.    H.  B.  Wilson.    E.  A.  Dayman.    W.  Palmer. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Shadforth,  T.  Univ.      |       Slatter,  J.  Line. 

CLASS  II. 

Dart,  J.  H.  Exeter    I  Nelson,  H.  St.  J. 

Hall,  W.  E.  Ball.       | 

CLASS  III. 
Brown,  G.  E.  Ch.  Ch.  |       Buckland,  S.  Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 
Brock,  T.  Oriel      |  Green,  W.  Wore.     |  Eobinson,  E.  Queen's 

Examiners.— W.  Falconer.    J.  Walker.    E.  Cockey. 


Browne,  G.  L. 
Coley,  J. 


St.  J. 
Ch.  Ch. 


MICHAELMAS   TEBM,  1838. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Barclay,  J. 
Lake,  W.  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Meyrick,  T.              Corpus 
Newman,  W.  J.        Oriel 

Eigaud,  S.  J. 
Trower,  C.  F.1 

Exeter 
Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Ady,  W.  B. 
Brickdale,  M.  I. 

Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

Hughes,  W.  H.        Ch.  Ch. 
Lloyd,  H.  W.            Jesus 

Eow,  C.  A. 
Vernon,  G.  E.  H. 

Pemb. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Chambers,  T.  K. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Moncrieff,  G.  E.      Ball. 

Wickens,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Crawford,  J.  E. 

Line. 

CLASS  III. 

Barnes,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Fawcett,  W.            Line. 

Maule,  J.  B. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bigge,  H.  J. 

Univ. 

Fellowes,  T.  L.        Ch.  Ch. 

Mills,  A. 

Ball. 

Boodle,  E. 
Clayton,  E. 

Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 

Fuge,  J.                    Mgd.H. 
Holbech,  C.  G.         Ball. 

Price,  E.  P. 
Eawnsley,  E. 

Line. 
Bras. 

Denison,  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Lewis,  G.  T.             Queen's 

Eoss,  C.  S. 

Mgd.H. 

Dowding,  W. 
Escott,  H.  S. 

Merton 
Ball. 

Liddell.Hon.  A.F.2  Ch.  Ch. 
Marshall,  S.  F.        Wadh. 

Upton,  W.J. 
Wightman,  C.  E. 

New 
Line. 

CLASS  IV. 

Atkinson,  T. 
Banister,  W. 

Line. 
Wadh. 

Darnell,  W.             Corpus 
Lyons,  E.  B.3            Ch.  Ch. 

Schreiber,  J. 
Turner,  C.  B. 

Ball. 
Ball. 

Barham,  E.  H.  D. 

Oriel 

Newcomb,  C.  J.       Oriel 

Whiteway,  E.  H. 

Wore. 

Crofts,  C. 

Mgd.H. 

Examiners.—  E.  Hussey.    E.  A.  Dayman.    W.  Palmer.    H.  Wall. 

1  Fellow  of  Exeter. 


2  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


3  The  first  Viscount  Lyons. 


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In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis.      1 

CLASS  I. 
Moncrieff,  G.  K.     Ball.       |      Eigaud,  S.  J.  Exeter 

CLASS  II. 
Brodie,B.  C.  Ball.       |      De  Haviland,  C.  E.  Oriel 

CLASS  III. 

Crawford,  J.  E.       Line.      |  Fookes.W.  Exeter    |  Gaussen,  F.  C.         Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 


Baines,  G. 
Brewster,  W. 

Wore. 
Trin. 

Long.W.                'Ball. 
Morland,  W.  C.       Ch.  Ch. 

Wollaston,  C.  B. 

Exeter 

Examiners.—  T.  Twiss.    J.  Walker.    E.  Cockey. 

EASTER  TEBM,  1839. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Buckley,  W.  E. 
Christie,  A.  J.1 

Bras. 
Oriel 

Goulburn,  E.  M.2    Ball. 
Linwood,  W.           Ch.  Ch. 

Waldegrave,  S.3 

Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Cornish,  H.  H.4 
Crokat,  J. 
Eyton,  E.  W. 
Hornby,  E.  J.  G. 

Mgd.H. 
Mgd.H. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Merton 

Hoskyns,  J.  L.        Magd. 
Kent,  T.  F.               Ball. 
Mason,  E.  W.          Jesus 

Starkey,  A.  B.  C. 
Tripp,  H. 
Zincke,  F.  B. 

St.  J. 
Wore. 
Wadh. 

CLASS  III. 

Adamson,  E.  H. 
Addison,  W.  G.  S 
Byron,  J. 
Driffield,  G.  T. 

Line. 

.  Mgd.H. 
Bras. 
Bras. 

Fincham,  G.  T.        St.  J. 
Graham,  W.  P.        Queen's 
Heygate,  W.  E.       St.  J. 
Jackson,  W.  D.        St.  J. 

Mence,  J.  W. 
Nevile,  C. 
Nugent,  E.  L, 
Oldfield,  E. 

Wore. 
Trin. 
Exeter 
Wore. 

Eddie,  E. 
Emeris,  J. 

Bras. 

Univ. 

Knight,  W.               Wore. 
Lowe,  T.                   Oriel 

Pearson,  H. 
Windsor,  S.  B. 

Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Alsop,  J.  E. 
Brameld,  G.  W. 

Bras. 
Line. 

Firth,  E.                  New 
Hebson,  E.               Queen's 

Meyrick,  J. 
Sweet,  J.  B. 

Queen's 
Ball. 

Cruttwell,  H.  E. 
Dukes,  E.  E. 

Wore. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hill,  E.                      Edm.H. 
Humphreys,  J.  J.  H  .  Exeter 

Whalley,  J.  P. 

Univ. 

Examiners.—  E.  Greswell.    E.  Hussey.    W.  Palmer.    H.  Wall. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Waldegrave,  S.3     Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Christie,  A.  J. 

Oriel      |  Nevile,  C.                 Trin.      |  Windsor,  S.  B. 

Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Adamson,  E.  H. 

Line.         Bewicke,  C.             Univ.      |  Harries,  J.  H.  A. 

Trin. 

CLASS  IV. 

Cole,  G.  E. 

St.M.H. 

March,  Earl  of,5      Ch.  Ch. 

Eepton,  G.  H. 

Univ. 

Coningham,  J. 

St.M.H. 

Napier,  C.  W.  A.     Ch.  Ch. 

Thomson,  J.  L. 

Exeter 

Joynes,  E. 

Corpus 

Examiners.-—  T.  Twiss.    J.  Walker.    N.  Pocock. 

Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's,  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Fellow  of  Merton. 

s  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  *  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall. 

5  The  sixth  Duke  of  Eichmond. 


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In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Fraser,  J.1 
Giraud,  H.  A. 

Line. 
Wore. 

Jones,  E.  E.2            Bras. 
Jowett,  B.3               Ball. 

Kay,  W. 
Northcote,  S.  H. 

Line. 
Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Anderdon,  W.  H. 
Andrew,  S. 
Clarke,  T.  G. 

TJniv. 
Line. 
Queen's 

Dalgairns,  J.  D.      Exeter 
Estcourt,  E.  D.  B.   Ball. 
Graham,  W.  B.        Mgd.H. 

Price,  T.  C. 
Sheppard,  J.  G. 
Swayne,  G.  C. 

Merton 
Wadh. 
Corpus 

Cooke,  S.  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Marshall,  G.            Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Anstis,  M. 

Exeter 

Fox,  H.  W.              Wadh. 

Eawlinson,  W.  C. 

Mgd.H. 

Beckett,  W.  T. 
Bradley,  E. 
Conway,  J.  J. 

Trin. 
Mgd.H. 
Bras. 

Gray,  E.  H.             Ch.  Ch. 
Lane,  E.                    Mgd.H. 
Maule,  T.  C.             St.  J. 

Sayres,  J.                 Wadh. 
Smythies,  W.  Y.       Trin. 
Weidemann,C.F.S.  Ch.  Ch. 

Dawson,  E. 

Wadh. 

Pearse,  T.                 Magd. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bathurst,  E. 
Burney,  E.  K. 
Corbett,  U. 

New 
Magd. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Mapleton,  E.  J.        St.  J. 
Preston,  T.               Exeter 
Somers-Cocks,Hon. 

Tomlins,  E. 
Tuttiett,  E. 
Wigan,  W.  L. 

St.M.H. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Hathaway,  E.  P. 

Queen's 

C.4                         Ch.  Ch. 

Hobhouse,  E. 

Ball. 

Examiiiers.—R,.  Greswell.    E.  Michell.    E.  Hussey.    H.  Wall. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Brancker,  H. 
Hobhouse,  E. 

Cooke,  S.  H. 
Dawson,  E. 


CLASS  I. 
Gordon,  J.  Bras. 

CLASS  II. 

Wadh.    I  Kay.W.  Line. 

Ball. 

CLASS  III. 


Ch.  Ch, 


Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 


Sockett,  H. 


Gray,  E.  H. 
Marshall,  G. 


White,  W. 

Northcote,  S.  H.      Ball. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.Ch. 
CLASS  IV. 
Exeter    |  Somers-Cocks,  Hon.  C.4  Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.—  -T.  Twiss.    J.  Walker.    N.  Pocock. 


EASTER  TERM,  1840. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Arnold,  C.  T. 

Mgd.H. 

Hext,  G. 

Corpus 

Tate,  F. 

Univ. 

Bather,  E. 

Merton 

Landon,  J.  T.  B.5 

Wore. 

CLASS  II. 

Adams,  H.  C. 

Magd. 

Farrer,  O.  W. 

Ball. 

Taylor,  J.  O. 

Bras. 

Blaydes,  F.  H. 

M.   Ch.Ch. 

Farrer,  T.  H. 

Bail. 

Venn,  E.  S. 

Wadh. 

Coote,  A. 

Bras. 

Froude,  J.  A.6 

Oriel 

Walter,  J. 

Exeter 

Dasent,  G.  W. 

Mgd.H. 

Eendall,  HJ 

Trin. 

1  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's,  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 

3  Afterwards  Master  of  Balliol.  4  The  third  Earl  Somers. 

5  Fellow  of  Magdalen.  6  Fellow  of  Exeter.  ?  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


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In  Li 

Arden,  G.                 Wadh. 
Baxter,  A.  G.           Wore. 
Bennet,  H.                Wore. 
Buck-land,  J.  E.       Ch.  Ch. 
Burstall,  S.               Univ. 
Chichester,  E.  H.    Exeter 
Fawcett,  E.  T.         Univ. 

Clarke,  C.  L.  S.       New 
Coke,  E.  F.               Bras. 
Dean,  C.  K.              Queen's 
Ellerton,  G.  M.  K.  Bras. 
Gabriel,  J.  B.           Edm.H. 

teris  Humanioribus  (cor 
CLASS  III 
Fidler,  I.                  N.  I.  H. 
Gee,  E.                      Wadh. 
Howard,  N.  A.         Exeter 
Eawnsley.  E.  D.  B.  Magd. 
Eenaud,  W.             Exeter 
Eoyce,  D.                 Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 
Garrard.  T.              St.  J. 
Jackson,  T.              Bras. 
Manson,  A.  T.  G.     Magd. 
Eichards,  H.  M.      Ch.  Ch. 
Eobertson,  F.  W.    Bras. 

tinwd). 

Sale,  C.  J. 
Spring,  G.  T. 
Stewart.  D.  D. 
St.  John,  H.  T. 
Thomson,  W. 
Walker,  E.  0. 

Eowden,  G.  C. 
Sconce,  E.  K. 
Trollope,  J.  J. 
Vaux,W.S.W. 

Line. 

Edm.H. 

Exeter 

Univ. 

Queen's 

St.  J. 


New 
Bras. 
Pemb. 
Ball. 


Examiners,— E.  Greswell.    E.  Michell.    W.  E.  Jelf.    H.  Wall. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Compton,  J.  Merton 

CLASS  n. 
Fawcett,  E.  TX         Univ. 

CLASS  III. 
Browne,  C.  H.       Wore.    |    Lefroy,  H.  M.  Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 

Fletcher,  J.  StM.H.  |   Grueber,  C.  S.          Mgd.H.  I  Torkington,  C. 

Greaves,  E.  W.        Edm.H.  |  Sandham,  J.  M.       St.  J.      | 

Examiners.— T.  Twiss.    N.  Pocock.    J.  A.  Ashworth. 


Bras. 


MICHAELMAS   TEBM,  1840. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus.  ^ 


CLASS  I. 

Congreve,  E.            Wadb. 

Henderson,  W.  G.  Magd. 

Lingen,  E.  E.  W.2   Trin. 

Hannah,  J.1              Corpus 

Hobhouse,  A.           Ball. 

Ornsby,  E.3               Line. 

CLASS  n. 

Baker,  J.                   Wore. 

Hobart,  V.  H.           Trin. 

Perry,  G.  G.1            Corpus 

Balston,  F.               Ch.  Ch. 

Holland,  E.              Mgd.H. 

Eyan,  V.  W.             Mgd.  H. 

Bunsen,  H.  G.          Oriel 

King,  J.  E.                Oriel 

Tancred,  W.             Ch.  Cb. 

Green,  T.                 Bras. 

Nicolls,  J.  H.*          Oriel 

Walters,  T.  D.          Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  in. 

Barker,  A.  A.           Magd. 
Chevallier,  B.           Bras. 

Holmes,  W.  G.        Wadh. 
Jones,  W.  H.            Mgd.H. 

Price,  B.6                  Pemb. 
Eadcliffe,  J.  W.       Line. 

Coffin,  E.  A.             Ch.  Ch. 

Murray,  G.  E.s         Ch.  Ch. 

Shute,  G.  B.  H.        Wadh. 

Hay,  C.  E.                Merton 

Newman,  W.  S.       Wadh. 

Whatman,  W.  G.    Ch.  Ch. 

Heslop,  A.               Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 

Bowles,  H.  A.           St.  J. 

Longmire,  J.  L.       Line. 

Sumner,  C.               Ball. 

Burnett-Stuart,  A.  Bras. 

Messiter,  G.  M.        Wadh. 

White.  J.                  Line. 

Coulthard,  T.           Queen's 

Penrice,  J.                Bras. 

Whitehead,  T.  C.     Wadh. 

Cranley,  Vise.          Ch.  Ch. 

Eogers,  E.                 Ch.  Ch. 

Wodehouse,  T.        Ball. 

Hill,  H.                     Wadh. 

Eussell,  W.              N.  I.  H. 

Woollcombe,  G.       Ch.  Ch. 

Lloyd,  B.                  Merton  '    Snow,  G.  D.              St.M.H. 

Examiners.—  E.  Greswell.    E.  Michell.    C.P.Eden.    W.  E.  Jelf. 

i  Fellow  of  Lincoln.                  2  Fellow  of  Balliol.                  3  Fellow  of  Trinity. 

4  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's.     5  Fellow  of  All  Souls.     6  Honorary  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

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CLASS  I. 
Howell,  W.  C.          Bras.      |  Price,  B.1  Pemb.     |  Warner,  E.  Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 

Burnett-Stuart,  A.  Bras.      I  Henderson,  W.  G.   Magd.    I  Kadford,  W.  T.  A.  Exeter 
Ford,  G.  J.  Exeter 

CLASS  III. 
Bigge,  A.2  Univ.      |     Smith,  W.  E.  Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 


St.  J. 


Taylor,  W. 


Trin. 


Bowles,  H.  A. 

Paul,  J.  Mgd.H. 

Examiners. — N.  Pocock.    W.  F.  Donkin.    J.  A.  Ashworth. 


Whitehead,  T.  C.     Wadh. 


EASTER  TERM,  1841. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Garden,  J. 

Mert. 

Hedley,  W.4             Queen's 

Northcote,  J.  S.        Corpus 

Chretien,  C.  P.3 

Bras. 

Karslake,  E.  K.«      Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Bellamy,  J.« 
Chepmell,  W.  H.» 
Clough,  A.  H.S 
Foulkes,  E.  S. 

St.  J. 
Mgd.H. 
Ball.  , 
Jesus 

Harris,  H.                 Magd. 
Mant,  F.  W.             N.  I.  H. 
Prior,  H.  L.               Trin. 
Pritchard,  H.            Corpus 

Smith,  E.  P.             Pemb. 
Stretch,  T.  C.  B.       Wore. 
Terry,  M.                 Line. 
Walker,  J.               Bras. 

Garbett,  E. 

Bras. 

Kendall,  J.8              Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Chase,  T.H. 
Compton,  B. 

Queen's 
Mert. 

Govett,  H.                Wore. 
Kingdon,  P.  A.         Exeter 

Morton,  M.  C.          Exeter 
Murray,  F.  H.          Ch.  Ch. 

Dowding,  W.  C. 

Exeter 

Le  Mesurier,  J.        Ch.  Ch. 

Bust,  G.                    Pemb. 

Garside,  C.  B. 

Bras. 

Mercier,  L.  P.           Univ. 

Winnington- 

Gibbs,  H.  H. 

Exeter 

Moberly,  C.  E.          Ball. 

Ingram,  A.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Archer,  C.  H. 

Ball. 

Harris,  H.                 St.  J. 

Button,  E.  S.            Exeter 

Barnes,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hunt,  A.  A.              Exeter 

De  Teissier,  P.  A.     Corpus 

Clifford,  C.  C.2 
Cobb,  W. 

Cb.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Jackson,  W.             Wore. 
Lewis,  L.                  Jesus 

Thompson,  C.  E.      Trin. 
Toms,  H.  W.             Exeter 

Collyns,  C.  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Moorsom,  E.             Univ. 

Tufnell,  T.  P.            Wadh. 

Darnell,  N. 
Evans,  D.  J. 

New 
Jesus 

Norman,  J.  P.           Exeter 
Poole,  W.                  Oriel 

Tylden,  W.               Ball. 
Williams,  E.  P.        Jesus 

Groom,  J. 

Wadh. 

Smith,  J.                   Mgd.H. 

Examiners— E.  Michell.    E.  A.  Dayman.    C.P.Eden.    W.  E.  Jelf. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Bellamy,  J.« 
Compton,  B. 

Gopp,  E.  F. 
Harington,  Sir. 
E.,  Bart. 

St.J. 

Mert. 

Barrow,  F. 

Wadh. 
J. 
Ch.  Cb. 

CLASS  I. 
1  Hedley,  W.4             Queen's 
1  Kingdon,  P.  A.        Exeter 
CLASS  II. 
Wadh.    |  Groom,  J. 
CLASS  III. 
Chepmell,  W.  H.     Mgd.H. 
CLASS  IV. 
1  Smith,  W.  C.  H.       Exeter 
1  Smith,  J.                   Mgd.H. 
|  Swayne,  H.               St.M.H. 

ILe  Mesurier,  J. 
Pritchard,  H. 

Wadh. 

I  Thompson,  C.  E. 
Tufnell,  T.  P. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Corpus 

Trin. 
Wadh. 

Examiners.— E.  Walker.    W.  F.  Donkin.    J.  A.  Ashworth. 


1  Honorary  Fellow  of  Queen's.  2  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  3  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

4  Fellow  of  University.      5  Fellow  of  Balliol.      6  Afterwards  President  of  St.  John's. 
7  Fellow  of  Jesus.  8  Fellow  of  Exeter. 


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In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Chase,  D.  P.i            Oriel 

Prichard,  C.  E.        Ball. 

Eawstorne,  W.  E.    Ch.  Ch. 

Hutchins,  W.  T.      Wore. 

CLASS  II. 

Ashworth,  P.  S.       Alb.  H. 

Hayter,  G.  G.            Oriel 

Pocock,  I.  J.  J.        Mert. 

Beswick,  C.               St.  J. 

Langhorne,  C.  H.    Exeter 

Prat,  B.                     Mert. 

Blackett,  J.  F.  B.2   Ch.  Ch. 

Lea,  W.                     Bras. 

Sumner,  E.               Ball. 

Brine,  J.  G.               St.  J. 

Maclachlan,A.N.C.  Exeter 

Webster,  A.  B.         St.M.H. 

Butler,  P.                  Ch.  Ch. 

Marshall,  J.              Ch.  Ch. 

Webster,  M.             Line. 

Harrison,  C.  E.        All  S. 

Mountain,  J.  G.       Mert. 

CLASS  III. 

Carden,  L.                Univ. 

Lempriere,  C.           St.  J. 

Soper,  J.                   Mgd.H. 

Crowder,  J.  H.         Mert. 

Mackintosh,  J.         Ch.  Ch. 

Townend,  J.              Oriel 

Jones,  T.                   Mgd.H. 

Phillimore,  G.          Ch.  Ch. 

Wilson,  T.  P.            Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Belcher,  B.               Wadh. 

Hemsted,  J.              Mgd.H. 

Bound,  E.                  Ball. 

Chapman,  E.  J.        Wadh. 

Jemmett,  G.  E.         Trm. 

Smith,  C.  J.               Ch.  Ch. 

Collier,  C.  J.             Mgd.H. 

Jenkins,  W.  J.          Ball. 

Stroud,  E.  A.  H.       Wadh. 

Cripps,  C.                  Mgd.H. 

Kennicott,  B.  C.       Oriel 

Thurland,  F.  E.        New 

Ellis,  E.                     St.M.H. 
Fort,  H.                    Ball. 

Levien,  E.                Ball. 
Milner,  W.               Ch.  Ch. 

Walker,  B.                Line. 
Warneford,  J.  H.     Wore. 

Heaton,  C.  W.         Jesus 

Examiners.—  E.  A.  Dayman.    C.  P.  Eden.    W.  E.  Jelf.    A.  C.  Tait. 

Brine,  J.  G. 
Lempriere,  C. 

Allen,  W. 
Jackson,  W. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

None. 
CLASS  H. 
Battersby,  J.  H.       Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

St.  J.       I  Marshall,  J.  Ch.  Ch. 

St.  J.      |  Twiss,  E.  B.  Univ. 

CLASS  TV. 

Mgd.H.    Macfarlane,  E.  M.  Line.       I  Shand,  G. 
Queen's    Bichards,  E.  M.       Mert. 


Wilson,  W.  D.         Wadh. 


Queen' 


Examiners.— E.  Walker.    W.  F.  Donkin.    J.  A.  Ashworth. 


EASTEK  TEBM,  1842. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Andrew,  W. 
Bernard,  M.3 

Wore.     1  Fanshawe,  F.*          Ball.       1  Tweed,  J.  P. 
Trin.         Temple,  F.                Ball.         Wayte,  S.  W.5 

Exeter 
Trin. 

De  Teissier,  G.  F. 

Corpus 

CLASS  II. 

Barry,  H.  B. 
Binney,  H. 
Buckle,  G.6 
Bush,  B.  W. 

Queen's 
Wore. 
Corpus 
Wore. 

Cowburn,  A.            Exeter 
Ellison,  H.                Univ. 
Grane,  J.  W.            Exeter 

Hawkins,  C. 
James,  E.  B. 
Tickell,  E.  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Queen's 

CLASS  ITT. 

Bucknill,  G. 

Trin. 

Falkner,  T.  A.          St.  J. 

Pedder,  E. 

Bras. 

Collingwood,  J. 

Pemb. 

Heatley,  H.  D.          St.  J. 

Bobbins,  H. 

Wadh. 

Conant,  E.  N. 

St.J. 

Henderson.  B.          Wadh. 

Boope,  B. 

Wadh. 

Dickerson,  B.  C. 

Wore. 

Inman,  H.  F.            Line. 

Busher,  W.  E. 

Mgd.H. 

Evetts,  T. 

Corpus 

Newbald,  S.             Wadh. 

Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall.          2  Fellow  of  Merton.  s  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

*  Fellow  of  Exeter.       *  Afterwards  President  of  Trinity.       6  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


1842 


BY   PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


237 


CLASS  IV. 

Bolland,  W. 
Bousfield,  W. 
Clements,  J. 

Univ. 
Line. 
Oriel 

Ewart,  "W.                Exeter 
Goodwin,  H.             Ch.  Ch. 
Green,  T.  K.              Line. 

Mills,  R.  T. 
Morgan,  E.  J. 
Nevill,  J.  Y. 

Magd. 
Wadh. 
Oriel 

Coventry,  J. 
Crawley,  G.  J. 
Darling,  J. 

Mgd.  H. 
L.     Ch.Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Kinloch,  A.               St.M.H. 
Laugh  arne,T.  J.      Jesus 
Lopes,  M.  L.             Oriel 

Bouth,  M.  J. 
Buskin,  J. 
Swayne,  K.  G. 

Pemb. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 

Everett,  W. 

New 

Mason,  J.  W.           Jesus 

Examiners.—  E.  A.  Dayman.    C.  P.  Eden.    A.  C.  Tait.    E.  H.  Hansell. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Binney,  H. 
Buckle,  G.1 

Wore. 
Corpus 

Heatley,  H.  D.         St.  J. 
Pedder,  E.                Bras. 

Temple,  F. 
Wayte,S.W.2 

Ball. 
Trin. 

CLASS  II. 

Bernard,  M.3         Trin.       |  Lewthwaite,  G.        Univ. 

CLASS  III. 

Fanshawe,  F.*       Ball.      |  Stanton,  K.               Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Darling,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Kuskin,  J.                Ch.Ch. 

Swayne,  E.  G. 

Wadh. 

Jessep,  J.  G. 

Queen's 

Examiners.— R.  Walker.    W.  F.  Donkin.    E.  B.  Smith. 


MICHAELMAS  TEKM,  1842. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Powles,  R.  C.          Exeter    |  White,  H.  M.     New 

CLASS  II. 

Algar,  J.  C. 

Univ. 

Ivory,  T.                    Ball. 

Ridley,  N.  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Bevan,  W.  L. 

Mgd.H. 

Knowles,  E.  H.        Queen's 

Secretan,  C.  F. 

Wadh. 

Cotton,  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Manning,  F.  J.        Line. 

Simpson,  R. 

Oriel 

Driffield,  V.  G. 

Bras. 

Naghten,  F.              Corpus 

Trimmer,  R. 

Wadh. 

Farrer,  H.  B. 

Mert. 

Pantin,  T.                  Pemb. 

Vipan,  F.  J. 

Wadh. 

Goulburn,  F.  A.3 

Mert. 

Price,  C.  G.              Jesus 

Worsley,  H.5 

Exeter 

CLASS  III. 

Aldred,  J.  T.  F. 

Line. 

Gibbs,  T.  C.              Trin. 

Proctor,  G.  H. 

Ball. 

Bittleston,  H. 

St.J. 

Hawker,  J.  M.          Ball. 

Saunders,  G.  E. 

Wadh. 

Box,  H.  A. 

Wadh. 

Levien,  E.                  Trin. 

Seymour,  H.  D. 

Magd. 

Buckland,  W.  A. 

Ch.Ch. 

Mayo,  A.  F.              Oriel 

Skottowe,  C.  M. 

Jesus 

Butler,  R.  J. 

Bras. 

Moody,  N.  J.             Oriel 

Spinks,  T. 

St.J. 

Carey,  O. 

Oriel 

Owen,  R.                  Jesus 

Swabey,  M.  C.  M. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Dawson,  H. 

Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Atcherley,  D.  F. 

Univ. 

Foster,  F.  A.             Oriel 

Nicholas,  T.  G. 

Wadh. 

Bickerdike,  J.  F. 
Brian,  G.  F.  J.  J. 

Edm.H. 
Wore. 

Leigh,  F.                   Mgd.H. 
Lewis,  R.                  Wore. 

Spry-Carlyon,  T.  T 
Westmacott,  A.  F. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Mert. 

Crewe,  O. 

Mert. 

Miller,  J.  H.            Wadh. 

Woollcombe,W.W. 

Exeter 

Examiners.—  -N  .  Pocock.    P.  C.  Claughton.    E.  H.  Hansell.    J.  A.  Hessey. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Cotton,  H.  Ch.  Ch.   |  Woollcombe,W.  W.    Exeter 

CLASS  II. 
White,  H.  M.  New 

i  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Afterwards  President  of  Trinity. 

Fellow  of  All  Souls.  *  Fellow  of  Exeter.  s  Michel  Scholar  of  Queen's. 


238 


CLASS  LISTS 


1813 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis  (continued}. 

CLASS  III. 
Bendy,  A.  H.  Exeter  |  Heawood,  E.  B.       Ch.  Ch.  |  Statham,  F.  F.          Mgd.H. 

CLASS  IV. 

Box,  H.  A.               Wadh.    |  Plummer,  C.  S.        Oriel  I  Taylor,  S.                  Bras. 

May,  E.  J.                Wore.       Skottowe,  C.  M.       Jesus  |  Watson,  H.              Wadh. 

Nicholas,  T.  G.        Wadh.    |  | 

Examiners.— R.  Walker.    E.  B.  Smith.  S.  Waldegrave. 


EASTEK  TEBM,  1843. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Bell,  T. 

Exeter 

Kerr,  W.                   Oriel 

Parnell,  P. 

St.J. 

Browne,  C. 

Wore. 

Mansel,  H.  L.          St.  J. 

Watson,  G.  W. 

Merton 

CLASS  LT. 

Bernays,  L.  J. 

St.  J. 

Hutchings,  E.         Ch.  Ch. 

Moorsom,  J.  E. 

Univ. 

Bond,  F.  H. 
Branthwaite,  J.1 

Exeter 
Queen's 

Lowder,  C.  F.          Exeter 
Marshall,  F.             Bras. 

Newman,  C.  D. 
Shadwell,  A.  T. 

Wadh. 
Ball. 

Cave,  S. 

Ball. 

Milton,  W.               Exeter 

Wright,  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  ILL 

Baines,  J. 

St.  J. 

Dewse,  T.  S.             Queen's 

Sheppard,  J. 

Queen's 

Beckwith,  H.  W.     Univ. 
Boyle,  J.                   Ball. 

Gidley,  L.                 Exeter 
Harrison,  W.           Queen's 

Smith,  H. 
Stapylton,  H.  C. 

Magd. 
Univ. 

Cameron,  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Horwood.  E.  E.        Bras. 

Stewart,  J.  H. 

Exeter 

Dart,  P.  F. 

Exeter 

Eich,T.L.               N.I.H. 

CLASS  IV. 

Boyd,  F. 

Univ. 

Forbes,  A.  P.            Bras. 

Morrice,  J.  W. 

Exeter 

Caparn,  W.  B. 
Carter,  W. 

Bras. 

New 

Gray,  J.  D.               Ball. 
Hoskins,  H.  W.       Ball. 

Eush,  H.  J. 
Scott,  W.  H.2 

Wore. 
Trin. 

Davies,  T.  Z. 

Jesus 

Humbert,  L.  M.       St.  J. 

Willes,  E.  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Floyer,  E. 

Wadh.       Jones,  W.  H.           Queen's 

Yalden,  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.—  P.  C.  Claughton.    E.  H.  Hansell.    J.  A.  Hessey.    E.  C.  Woollcombe. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Dart,  P. 

Exeter 

Mansel,  H.  L.           St.  J. 

Parnell,  P. 

St.  J. 

Kerr,  W. 

Oriel 

Cross,  J.  E.  Ch.  Ch.  |     Hutchings,  E.         Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 
Newman,  C.  D.       Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Beynon,  W.  Mgd.H.  |  Lowder,  C.  F.  Exeter  j   Scratton,  T. 

Forbes,  C.W.          Oriel      |  I 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Ashworth.    E.  B.  Smith.    S.  Waldegrave. 


Ch.  Ch. 


Burrows,  L.  F. 
Butler,  G. 


MICHAELMAS   TEKM,  1843. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Wadh.    I   De  Butts.  A.3 
Exeter    |   Smith,  W. 


Trin. 
Line. 


Stokes,  E. 


Ch.  Ch. 


Afterwards  Principal  of  St.  Edmund  Hall. 2  Fellow  of  Brasenose.  3  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


1844 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 


239 


Bathurst,  A. 

New 

Cazenove,  J.  G. 

Bras. 

Farrer,  W.  J. 

Ball. 

Gandell,  E.i 
Godby,  C.  H. 

Queen's 
Line. 

Bache,  W. 

Bras. 

Barter,  C. 

New 

Buckle  J. 

St.M.H. 

Cooke,  G. 

Magd. 

Kingsford,  B. 

Exeter 

Lloyd,  H. 

Jesus 

Abud,  H. 

Wadh. 

Austin,  W.  E.  C.4 

New 

Bampfield,  J. 

Trin. 

Buckland,  M. 

Corpus 

Buckmaster.  J. 

St.M.H. 

Chambers,  J. 

A11S. 

CLASS  II. 

Lloyd,  J.  Wore. 

Lucas,  W.  H.2  Merton 
Mackarness,  J.3  Merton 
Mac  Lachlan,  E.  H.  Pemb. 

CLASS  III. 

Meade,  W.  Ball. 

Moody,  E.  Ch.  Ch. 

Ormerod,  A.  Exeter 

Senior,  N.  Ch.  Ch. 

Tickell,  H.  Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 

Cole.W.  Merton 

Davis,  C.  H.  Wadh. 

Douton,  C.  Ch.  Ch. 

Dryden,  A.  Trin, 

Dunwell,  F.  Queen's 

Keate,  J.  Ball. 


Offley,  C. 
Eosseter,  E. 
Shadwell,  J. 
Sydenham,  J. 


Townsend,  "W. 
Tufnell,  F. 
Warburton,  M. 
Wenham,  J.  G. 
Wright,  G. 


Mallet,  H. 
Sawyer,  E. 
Skeffington,  Hon. 

H.  E. 

Stevenson,  S.  W. 
Watkins,  B.  E. 


Univ. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 
Ball. 


Line. 

Wadh. 

Queen's 

Magd. 

Exeter 


Ball. 
Merton 

Wore. 

St.M.H. 

Wadh. 


Examiners.—?.  G.  Claughton.    E.  H.  Hansell.    J.  A.  Hessey.    E.  C.  Woollcombe. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physic  is. 

CLASS  I. 
Cook,  J.  E.  Bras.       |     Lucas,  W.  H.2         Merton 

CLASS  II. 

Austin,  W.  E.  C.4     New       I   Cole.  W.  Merton  I   Eichards,  E.  V. 

Cazenove,  J.  G.       Bras.       | 

CLASS  III. 
De  Butts,  A.*  Trin.      |     Wilson,  W.  Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 
Black,  E.  C.  Wore.     |  Burrows,  L.  F.        Wadh.    |  Holford,  J. 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Ashworth.    E.  B.  Smith.    S.  Waldegrave. 


Ch.  Ch. 


Bras. 


EASTER  TERM,  1844. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Bowen,  G.  F.2 
Bradley,  G.  G.6  J 

Trin. 
Univ. 

Plumptre,  E.  H.2     Univ. 

Poste,  E. 

Oriel 

CLASS  II. 

Alston,  G.  A. 
Andrew,  J.  C.7 
Cherry.  G.  C. 
Coote,  C.  T.8 
Godley,  J. 

Wadh. 
Univ. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Queen's 
Exeter 

Hull,  W.  W.            St.M.H. 
Jones,  W.  B.  T.9       Trin. 
Knott,  J.  W.2           Mgd.H. 
Milman,  H.  S.10       Merton 
Nevill,  H.  E.           Univ. 

Pott,  A. 
Eogers,  T.  P. 
Shairp,  J.  C. 
Slessor,  J.  H. 
Tristram,  H.  B. 

Magd. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 
Univ. 
Line. 

CLASS  III. 

Bowlby,  H.  B. 
Child,  A. 
Curtis,  C.  G. 
Easum,  E. 

Wadh. 
Exeter 
Merton 
Line. 

Fitz  Hugh,  W.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 
Hardinge,  C.  S.11      Ch.  Ch. 
Lock,  C.  S.                Ball. 
Mackie,  J.                Oriel 

Eigaud,  J. 
Eodwell,  E.  M. 
Stirling,  W.  F. 
Walcott,  M.  E.  C. 

Magd. 
Exeter 
Trin. 
Exeter 

1  Fellow  of  Hertford.  2  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 

3  Fellow  of  Exeter.  4  Afterwards  W.  E.  C.  Austin-Gourlay. 

8  Fellow  of  Oriel.          6  Afterwards  Master  of  University.          7  FeMow  of  Lincoln. 
8  Fellow  of  Pembroke.  9  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's,  Fellow  of  University. 

10  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  »  The  second  Viscount  Hardiuge. 


24:0 


CLASS   LISTS 


1844 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued)." 

CLASS  IV. 

Bagot,  F.1  Ch.  Ch.       Lowndes,  W.  L.       Oriel          Tinley,  C.  E.  Univ. 

Christie,  C.  H.          Queen's      Perceval,  E.  F.        Bras.          Vaughton,  K.  N.  I.  H. 

Farrar,  W.  N.  I.  H.      Pigou,  H.  C.  Univ.          Williams,  M.2  Univ. 

James,  H.  D.  Mgd.H.      Selwyn,  S.  G.  New  Woolcock,  W.  P.  Trin. 

Examiners.— K.  G.  Liddell.    P.  C.  Claughton.    J.  A.  Hessey.    E.  C.  Woollcombe.     \ 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis.      5 

CLASS  I. 
Plumptre,  E.  H.3      Univ. 

CLASS  II. 
Andrew,  J.  C.4         Univ. 

CLASS  III. 
Hull,  W.  W.  St.M.H.       i 

CLASS  IV. 

Ducker,  J.  Bras.          Peacocke,  G.  M.W.  N.  I.  H.  I    Vansittart,  G.  H. 

Egerton,  G.  Bras.          Pigou,  H.  C.  Univ.         Williams,  M.2 

Lowndes,  W.  L.       Oriel          Tayler,  C.  W.  Ch.Ch.  | 

Examiners.— H.  Keynolds.    J.  A.  Ashworth.    S.  Waldegrave. 


MICHAELMAS   TERM,  1844. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Coleridge,  H.  J.5 
Fortescue,  C.  S.6 

Arnold,  M.s 
Blomfield,  F.  G. 
Engleheart,  G.  D. 

Armitage.  E.8 
Balston,  T. 
Banks,  J. 
Barrett,  W. 

Bevan,  B. 
Brown,  H.  W. 
Caiman.  J.  J. 
Clarke,  W.  G. 
Cramer,  H.  E. 

Trin. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Ball. 
Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Univ. 
Bras. 
Line. 
Line. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Wore. 
Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  I. 
Slegg,J.W.  N.I.H. 

CLASS  II. 

Harper,  H.  D.7  Jesus 
Hughes,  G.  E.  Oriel 

CLASS  III. 

Butterworth,  G.  Ball. 
Hamilton,  A.  H.  St.  J. 
Kaye,  W.  F.  J.  Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Gronow,  W.  L.        Ch.  Ch. 
Lawson,  R.  Ch.  Ch. 

Lousada,  P.  M.        Merton 
Marson,  C.  Ch.  Ch. 

Scaife,  G.  Line. 


Turner,  E.  T.3 


Orger,  J.  G. 
Prichard,  T.  J. 


I  Lloyd,  C. 
Ryder,  R.  C.  W. 
Whately,  H.  T. 


Smith,  T.  F.8 
Swanwick,  P.  S. 
Walker.  H.  M. 
White,  F.  G. 
Wyatt,  H.  H. 


Ball. 
Univ. 


Trin. 


Wadh. 
Magd. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 
Ch.Ch. 


Queen's 

Bras. 

Oriel 

Line. 

Queen's 


Examiners.— H.  G.  Liddell.    J.  M.  Wilson.    E.  C.  Woollcombe.    A.  W.  Haddan. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


CLASS 
Harper,  H.  D.7 

I. 

Jesus 

CLASS  I 

I. 

Balston,  T.               Bras. 

Kaye,  W.  F.  J. 

Ball. 

Raikes,  F. 

Exeter 

Battersby,  T.  D.  H.  Ball. 
Engleheart,  G.  D.    Ch.  Ch. 

Parkin,  L. 
Proby,  J.  J. 

St.  J. 
Ball. 

Smith,  F.  W. 

Mgd.H. 

\  Fellow  of  All^ouls.  2  Fellow  of  Balliol. 

4  Fellow  of  Lincoln.  s  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

7  Afterwards  Principal  of  Jesus. 


3  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 

6  Afterwards  Lord  Carlingford. 

8  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


1845 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


241 


CLAPS  III. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 


Barttelot,  D.  B. 
Bell,  W. 

Corpus 
Trin. 

Frith,  J.                    Ch.  Ch. 
Hullah,  T.                 Bras. 

Joseph,  A. 
Swetenham,  E. 

Bras. 

Examiners.—  H..  Eeynolds.    N.  Pocock.    J.  A.  Ashworth. 

EASTER  TERM,  1845. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Arnold,  T. 

Univ.     I  Eiddell,  J.                Ball. 

Smith,  G.1 

Magd. 

Jacobs,  H. 

Queen's 

flT.Asa  IT. 

Barmby,  J.2 
Eddrup,  E.  P. 
Freeman,  E.  A. 

Univ. 
1    Wadh. 
Trin. 

Hayman,  H.              St.  J. 
Lawley,  Hon.  S.W.  Ball. 
Eobinson,  W.            Oriel 

West,  W.  D. 
Williams,  E.V. 

St.  J. 
Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Barlow,  J.  W. 

Bras. 

Hartley,  C.                St.  J. 

Pearse,  G.  W, 

Corpus 

Boger,  E. 

Exeter 

How,  W.  W.             Wadh. 

Prentice,  G.  H. 

Trin. 

Brookes,  J.  H. 
Burnard,  J. 
Douglas,  H.  A. 

Bras. 
Mgd.H. 
Ball. 

Mackarness,  G.  E.   Mert. 
Moberly,  H.  E.         New 
Monck,  W.  S.           Univ. 

Eice,  E. 
Taylor,  A. 
Walford,  E. 

Queen's 
Queen's 

Fraser,  W. 

Wore. 

Pakenham,  Hon.  H. 

E.                            Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Andrews,  G.  E.  W.  St.  J. 
Ball,  H.  J.                 St.  J. 

Green,  E.                  Queen's 
Hake,  E.                    Edm.H. 

Morgan,  J. 
Osborn,  M.  F.  F.3 

Jesus 
Ball. 

Brandram,  S.  T. 

Wadh. 

Hardie,  J.                 St.M.H. 

Sedgwick,  J. 

Magd. 

Ede,  F.  J. 
Eld,  J.  H. 
Faussett,  H.  G. 

Pemb. 
St.  J. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Huxley,  T.  S.            Exeter 
Lowry,  C.  H.             Queen's 
Ludlow,  T.  B.           Ch.  Ch. 

Smart,  G. 
Thompson,  J.  H. 

Line. 
Mgd.H. 

Examiners.—  H.  G.  Liddell.    C.  Daman.    J.  M.  Wilson.    A.  W.  Haddan. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Barmby,  J.2 

Univ.    .j  Prentice,  G.  H.         Trin. 

West,  W.  D. 

St.  J. 

Case,  G. 

Bras.       |  Taylor,  A.                  Queen's 

CLASS  II. 

Hayman,  H. 

St.  J.      |  Lowry,  C.  H.            Queen's  |  Storey,  M.  H.  N.* 

Wadh. 

CLASS  III. 

Hake,  E. 

Edm.H. 

Eiddell,  J.                Ball. 

Spackman,  C. 

N.  I.  H. 

Ludlow,  T.  B. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Blyth,  B. 
Gilbert-Cooper, 

Goring,  J.                  Ch.  Ch. 
Haydon-Cardew,  J.  Exeter 

Hughes-D'Aeth,  N.  Wadh. 
Smart,  G.                   Line. 

W. 

'  Mgd.H. 

Hill,  T.  S.                  Magd. 

Examiners.—  H.  Eeynolds.    N.  Pocock.    W.  F.  Donkin. 

MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1845. 

In  Literis  Humanioribust 

CLASS  I. 

Earle,  J.5 
Eaton,  J.  E.  T.3 

Mgd.H. 
Line. 

Palmer,  E.«              Ball. 

Wilkins,  H.  M.3 

Trin. 

CLASS  II. 

Burgon,  J.  W.5 

Wore.     1  Hulme,  S.  J.             Wadh. 

Parkins,  W.  T. 

Mert. 

Church,  C.  M. 

Oriel       1  Le  Mesurier,  E.  A.  Corpus 

1  Fellow  of  University,  and  Honorary  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Fellow  of  Magdalen 

3  Fellow  of  Merton.       «  Afterwards  M.  H.  N.  Story-Maskelyne.       «  Fellow  of  Oriel. 
6  Fellow  of  Corpus. 


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CLASS   LISTS 


1846 


Ainslie,  M.  M. 
Blacker,  M.  J. 
Gray,  A. 
Harper,  E.  T.  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Mert. 
Univ. 
Pemb. 

Bowden,  T.  A. 
Bradley,  W.  W. 
Cleave,  T.  W. 
Giffard,  H.  S. 
Home,  J. 
Hosmer,  A.  H. 

Mgd.H. 
Magd. 
Exeter 
Mert. 
Ball. 
Oriel 

In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 

CLASS  III. 

Millard,  J.  E.  Magd.    i  Eogers,  S.  Exeter 

Murley,  C.  H.  Wadh.      Scott,  Sir  F.  E.,  Bt.  Ch.  Ch. 

Pascoe,  J.  Exeter    I  Smith,  J.  C.  Queen's 

Prout,  T.  J.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Wilberforce,  W.      St.M.H. 


CLASS  IV. 

Hutchins,  W.  H.  Queen's 

Hutchinson,  C.  H.  Exeter 

Jones,  T.  Bras. 

Mackenzie,  A.  C.  St.  J. 

Menet,  J.  Exeter 

Mount,  W.  G.  Ball. 


Randall,  R.  W. 
Ridley,  O.  M. 
Stretch,  J.  C.  T. 
Sumner,  G.  H. 
Willes,  W. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Mgd.H. 
Ball. 
Ball. ' 


Examiners.— H.  G.  Liddell.    C.  Daman.    J.  M.  "Wilson.    A.  W.  Haddan. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Phyiscis. 


Haggitt,  F.  R.i 

Acland,  J.  B.  A. 
Gladstone,  D.  T. 


Ball. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 

Cumin,  P. 


CLASS  I. 
|  Rogers,  S.  Exeter   |  Spottiswoode,  W.    Ball. 

CLASS  n. 
Le  Mesurier,  R.  A.  Corpus    |  Mackenzie,  A.  C.      St.  J. 

Line. 


CLASS  in. 
Ball.    |  Eaton,  J.  R.  T.2 


CLASH  IV. 

Bradley,  W.  W.       Magd.    I  Fitzroy,  F.  H.s         Ball.  I  Ouseley,  Sir  F.  A. 

Carey,  T.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Guthrie,  J.  A.  Wadh.  |      G.,  Bt.  Ch.  Ch. 

Cooper,  E.  Queen's  |  Murley,  C.  H.          Wadh.  |  Prout,  J.  A.  Wadh. 

Examiners.— H.  Reynolds.    N.  Pocock.  S.  J.  Rigaud. 


EASTER  TERM,  1846. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Baker,  J.  R. 

Line.      |  Podmore.  T.              St.  J. 

Ryde,  J.  G. 

St.  J. 

Dickins,  W.2 
Heslop,  G.  H. 

Oriel 
Queen's 

Pottinger,  H.  A.       Wore. 
Rogers,  J.  E.  T.        Mgd.H. 

Sandford,  F.  J. 
Walrond,  T. 

Ball. 
Ball. 

CLASS  U. 

Bond,  E.  C. 

Exeter 

James,  B.  F.            tExeter 

Sanders,  W.  S. 

Exeter 

Firmstone,  E. 

Line. 

Kirkpatrick,  J.  E.    Line. 

Scoltock,  W. 

Ch.Ch. 

Gilbert.  R.  W.* 

St.  J. 

Meade,  De  C.           Exeter 

Spankie,  J. 

Mert. 

Green,  J.  W. 

Ball. 

Perkins,  G.               Bras. 

CLASS  III. 

Bushnell,  T.  H. 

Pemb. 

Edwards,  R.  W.       Bras. 

Mordacque,  L.  H. 

Bras. 

Chevallier.  C.  H. 

Trin. 

Gray,  W.  F.              Wadh. 

Ozanne,  R.  J. 

Pemb. 

Compton,  F.3 

Mert. 

Maskery,  J.              Wadh. 

Perryn,  G.  A. 

Bras. 

Cromwell,  J.  G. 

Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Baly,  J. 

Wore. 

Edwards,  W.  E.       Bras. 

Savory,  H.  S. 

Oriel 

Bridge,  J. 

Trin. 

Griffith.  R.  T.  H.     Queen's 

Tupper,  W.  G. 

Trin. 

Cass,  F.  C. 

Ball. 

Keble.  T.                   Magd. 

Wadmore.  H.  R. 

Pemb. 

Curzon,  Hon.  H.  D 

.  Ch.  Ch. 

Nowell,  A.  D.           Bras. 

Warner,  C. 

Wore. 

Dangerfield,  R.  G. 

St.M.H. 

Pix,  G.  B.                  Line. 

Wingfield,  F.  B. 

Univ. 

Dimock,  N. 

St.  J. 

Examiners.—  T.  F.  Henney.    C.  Daman.    J.  M.  Wilson.    A.  W.  Haddan. 

1  Afterwards  F.  R.  Wegg-Prosser. 
s  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


2  Fellow  of  Merton. 

4  Afterwards  R.W.Wintle. 


1816 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


243 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Arrowsmith,  E.         Oriel     |  Bridge,  J.  Trin.     1  Pix,  G.  B. 

CLASS  II. 

Bere,  M.  Ball.       I  Compton,  F.i  Mert.     I  Walrond,  T. 

Cameron,  F.  M.        Ch.  Ch.  |  1 

CLASS  III. 
Perkins,  G.  Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Brandram,  S.  Trin.       j  David,  W. 

Cass,  F.  C.  Ball.       |  Fereman,  G.  Ch.  Ch.  1  Ogle, 

Examiners.— ~R.  Walker.    N.  Pocock.    S.  J.  Eigaud. 


Jesus      |  Gregory,  M.  W, 
e,  J.  A. 


Line. 
Ball. 


Wadh. 
Bras. 


MICHAELMAS  TEKM,  1846. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Bastard,  E.  E. 
Bright,  W.2 

Ball. 
Univ. 

Espin,  T.  E. 
French,  T.  V, 

Line. 
Univ. 

Palgrave,  W.  G. 
Eeade,  G.  S. 

Trin. 
St.M.H. 

Conington,  J.3 

Univ. 

Ince,  W.1 

Line. 

Walton,  H.  B.5 

Pemb. 

Cookson,  C. 

St.J. 

CLASS  II. 

Baring,  T.  G.6 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hooper,  J.  J.8 

Wadh.    1  Merriman,  H.  G. 

New 

Curteis,  G.  HJ 
Hill,  E.  H. 

Univ. 
Magd. 

Hunt,  E.  G. 
Joyce,  J.  G. 

Exeter    |  Gates,  J. 
Mgd.H.  |  Walford,  H. 

Line. 
Wadh. 

CLASS  III. 

Browning,  W.  T. 

Exeter 

Lowe,  E.  C. 

Line. 

Philipps,  J.  E. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Gibbons,  Sir  J.,  Bt.  Ball. 
Gibson,  G.  E.            Oriel 

Marrett,  C.  A. 
Masterman,  T. 

Pemb. 
Wadh. 

Eumsey,  J. 
Tweed,  E. 

Pemb. 
Exeter 

Harvey,  T. 

Ball. 

Nowell,  T.  W. 

Bras. 

Whitehead,  T. 

Exeter 

Hayden,  C.  F. 

Corpus 

Parker,  F.  W. 

Pemb. 

Wilkinson,  E.  P. 

Line. 

Hill,  E. 

Wadh. 

Peake,  J. 

Mgd.H. 

Williams,  T. 

Jesus 

Jones,  B.  O. 

Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bright,  W.  E. 

Ball. 

Hughes,  J. 

Oriel 

Eice,  J.  M. 

Magd. 

Cholmondeley,  T. 

Oriel 

Hulme,  E. 

Ball. 

Eobinson,  J. 

Oriel 

Bade,  E. 

Ball. 

Lawrence,  G.  G. 

Edm.H.    Sumner,  E.  G.  M. 

Ball. 

Hartshorne,  T.  W. 
Harvey,  H.  A. 

Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Potter,  G. 
Pulman,  W.  W. 

Queen's  j  Whishaw,  A. 
Ch.  Ch.     Williams,  C.  P.  M 

Trin. 
Jesus 

Examiners.— T.  F.  Henney.    C.  Daman.    J.  E.  Bode.    W.  E.  Buckley. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Bastard,  E.  E.         Ball. 

CLASS  II. 
Freeborn,  J.  W.         Wore.     |  Palgrave,  W.  G.  Trin. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 

Fitter,  W.  P.  J.  G.    Ch.  Ch.   I  Lambton,  H.  E.        Univ.      I  Thrupp,  H. 
Goode,  C.  W.  Bras.      |  Morris,  J.  L.  Wore.     | 

Examiners.— E.  Walker.    J.  A.  Ashworth.    G.  Buckle. 


Exeter 


1  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
3  Fellow  of  Corpus. 
5  Fellow  of  Merton. 
7  Fellow  of  Exeter. 


2  Eegius  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical  History. 
4  Fellow  of  Exeter ;  Eegius  Professor  of  Divinity. 
6  The  first  Earl  of  Northbrook. 
s  Fellow  of  Oriel. 
E2 


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1847 


EASTER  TERM,  1847. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Hichens,  W.1 

St.  J. 

Sellar,  W.  Y.*           Ball.       i  Wodehouse,  Lord 

3  Ch.  Ch. 

Eoss,  C.  D. 

Wadh. 

. 

CLASS  II. 

Colenso,  T.  B. 

Exeter 

Maynard,  J.  H.  P. 

Povah,  A. 

Wadh. 

Cree,  J.  A.4 

Univ. 

A.  M.                      Pemb. 

Price,  T. 

Mgd.H. 

Davey,  W.  H. 
Howard,  E.  I. 
Marriott,  W.  B. 

Line. 
Line. 
Exeter 

Meyrick,  F.               Trin. 
Petch,  G.5                  Line. 

Southey,  T.  C. 
Walter,  F. 

Queen's 
Wore. 

CLASS  HI. 

Baker,  J. 

Univ. 

Kewley,  J.  W.          Bras. 

Shebbeare,  C. 

Univ. 

Bland,  P.  D. 

Univ. 

Lowndes,  C.  C.         St.M.H. 

Stapylton,  W.  C. 

Mert. 

Bullock,  W.  T. 

Mgd.H. 

Marsh,  T.                   Edm.H. 

Tamplin,  G. 

St.  J. 

Field,  E. 

Exeter 

Milman,  W.              Ch.  Ch. 

Vickers,  J.  C.  H. 

St.M.H. 

Heam,  T.  J. 

New 

Ogilvy,  Lords           Ch.  Ch. 

Whitlock,  G.  S. 

Bras. 

Heygate,  W.  U 

Mert. 

Pinder,  E.                 Wadh. 

Witherby,  E.  H. 

Exeter 

Hull,  J.  W. 

Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Alexander,  "W. 

N.  I.  H. 

Langton,  S.  S.  P.      Mgd.H. 

Koberts,  J.  L. 

Queen's 

Chalker,  F. 

Corpus 

Morgan,  H.                Jesus 

Sanders,  A. 

Ball. 

Cornpton,  B.  D. 

Mert. 

Orlebar,  A.                Wadh. 

Sargent,  H.  W. 

Mert. 

Keene,  C.  E. 

Ball. 

Peel,  E.  K.                 Ball. 

Woolley,  F. 

St.M.H. 

King,  E.  H. 

Mert. 

Eicketts,  M.  H.        Exeter 

Examiners.—^.  Muckleston.    T.  F.  Henney.    J.  E.  Bode.    W.  E.  Buckley. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Compton,  B.  D.           Mert.      |  Cree,  J.  A.*          Univ. 

CLASS  II. 

Davey,  W.  H. 

Line.      [  Sanders,  A.               Ball.       |  Smart,  N.  G. 

Univ. 

CLASS  III. 

Eoberts,  J.  L.      Queen's  |  Southey,  T.  C.            Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 

Bowles,  T. 

Queen's 

Incledon,  C.  P.         Wore. 

Thorold,  A.  W. 

Queen's 

Chalker,  F.                Corpus 
Hinde,  W.  H.  F.      Univ. 

Kittermaster,  F.W.  Pemb. 
Knight,  E.  H.           Bras. 

Tonks,  E. 
Woolley,  F. 

Queen's 
St.M.H. 

Hull,  J.  W. 

Bras. 

Examiners.—  E.  Walker.    B.  Price.    G.  Buckle. 

MICHAELMAS   TERM,  1847. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Dodson,  J.  G. 
James,  J.  H.7 

Ch.Ch. 
Univ. 

Morgan,  G.  O.8 
Palgrave,  F.  T. 

Wore. 

Exeter 

Sandars,  T.  C.2 
Thornton,  E. 

Ball. 
St.  J. 

CLASS  II. 

Benson,  E.  M. 

Ch.  Ch.      Lea,  A.  A. 

Wadh.       Smith,  H.  P. 

Ball. 

Blackmore,  E.  D. 

Exeter 

Miller,  E. 

New 

Swaine,  F. 

Wore. 

Byrne,  H.  B.9 

Oriel 

Nichols.  F.  M. 

Wadh. 

Wood,  G. 

Univ. 

Campbell,  Sir  A.  I 

M 

Sclater,  G.10 

Ball. 

Wright,  E.  B. 

Wore. 

Bt. 

Ch.  Ch. 

1  Fellow  of  Exeter.  2  Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Afterwards  Earl  of  Kimberley. 

4  Fellow  of  Magdalen.        5  Fellow  of  Trinity.         6  The  ninth  Earl  of  Airlie. 
7  Fellow  of  Brasenosa.  8  S  to  well  Fellow  of  University. 

9  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's.  10  Afterwards  G.  Sclater-Booth. 


BY   PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


245 


CLASS  III. 

Baker,  H.  G. 

Exeter 

Glaecott,  C.  C.          Ball. 

Birley,  R. 

Ball. 

Glyn,  R.  St.  L.         Ball. 

Blaiidford,  H.  W. 

Wadh. 

Harrold,  W.  H.        Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Banks,  F. 

Mgd.H.     Packe,  H.  V.            Bras. 

Carre,  C.  M. 
Ducane,  C. 

Mgd.H.     Phillott,  H.               Corpus 
Exeter       Pigott,  G.W.           Exeter 

Harris,  S.  G. 

Exeter 

Prout,  W.  S.            Wore. 

Macnaught,  J. 

Wadh. 

Trimmer,  C.              Corpus 

Mildmay,  H.  F. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Jackson,  W.  EL  Bras. 

Savory,  E.  Oriel 

Williams,  D.  L.  Jesus 

Unwin,  W.  M.  Univ. 

Welch,  T.  G.  Wadh. 

Willis,  W.  M.  Bras. 
Windham-Baring, 

W.  Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.— R.  Muckleston.    T.  F.  Henney.    J.  E.  Bode.    J.  T.  B.  Landon. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

Ch.  Ch. 


Benson,  E.  M. 
Dale,  L. 


CLASS  I. 
Fraser,  S.  J.  G.        N.I.H.    |     Mildmay,  H.  F. 

CLASS  II. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Queen's 


Douglas,  W.  Ch.Ch. 

Jenkinson,  H.  T.  J.  Ball. 


Lea,  A.  A. 
Thornton,  K. 


Wadh. 
St.  J. 


CLASS  III. 
Willis,  W.  M.  Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 
Dodwell,  H.  J.        Exeter    |     Ducane,  C. 


Exeter 


Examiners.— 'R.  Walker.    B.  Price.    G.  Buckle. 


EASTEK  TEBM,  1848. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Fisher,  H.  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Palin,  E.                   St.  J.      |  Stowe,  W.  H.2 

Wadh. 

Karslake,  W.  H.1 

Ball. 

Parry,  E.  St.  J.        Ball.       I   Stubbs,  W.3 

Ch.  Ch. 

Ogle,  R.  J. 

Line.       | 

CLASS  II. 

Backhouse,  J.  H. 

Bras. 

Lawley,Hon.F.C.4  Ball. 

Shuttleworth,P.U. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Collyns,  J.  M. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Mackonochie,  A.H.  Wadh. 

Stillingfleet,  H.  J. 

Cox,  J.  M. 

Line. 

Morris,  W.                Oriel 

W. 

Bras. 

Hall,  E.  D. 

Peinb. 

Philpot,  W.  B.         Wore. 

Winder,  J.  S.5 

Oriel 

Hunt,  G.  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Poulter,  B.               New 

Wood,  H.  H. 

Queen's 

Irvine,  A.  C. 

Exeter 

CLASS  III. 

Barker,  T. 

Queen's     Guy,  F.  B.                Line. 

Norris,W.F. 

Trin. 

Bayley,  H.  E. 

Corpus 

Hillyar,  W.  J.  M.   Bras. 

Owen,  E. 

Jesus 

Blackett.  M. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hutton,  R.  R.           Trin. 

Poole,  A. 

Edm.H. 

Capper,  J.  L. 
Coldwell,  W.  E. 

Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Jones,  D.                  Bras. 
Kendall,  W.             Oriel 

Poole.  S. 
Powles,  H.  C. 

Pemb. 
Oriel 

Fearon,  S. 
Fox,  E. 

Queen's 

New 

Knight,  V.  C.           Univ. 
Langhorne,  T.          St.  J. 

Stanley,  E.  J. 
Williams,  P. 

Ch.  Ch. 

New 

Gale,  I.  S. 

Wadh. 

Mason,  H.  W.          Ch.  Ch. 

Wilson,  A.  C. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Barrow,  J.  S. 
Blayds,  H.  C. 
De  Putron,  P. 

Wadh. 
Corpus 
Pemb. 

Garnsey,  H.  E.  F.    Magd. 
Hill,  A.  S.6               Exeter 
Macray,  W.  D.         Magd. 

Plumptre,  R.  W. 
Robins,  C.  M. 
Tuting,  T. 

Univ. 
Oriel 
Line.   . 

Egerton,Hon.A.F.*  Ch.  Ch. 

Papillon,  P.  O.         Univ. 

Utermarck,  C. 

Exeter 

Finch-Hatton,E.H.Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.—  R.  Muckleston.    M.  Pattison.    J.  E.  Bode.    J.  T.  B.  Landon. 

1  Fellow  of  Merton. 

3  Fellow  of  Trinity,  afterwards  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

5  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


2  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

*  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

6  Fereday  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


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1848 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Backhouse,  J.  H.    Bras.      |  Capper,  J.  L.  Wadh.    |  Ottley,  F.  J.  Oriel 

CLASS  H. 
Barker,  T.  Queen's  |     Papillon,  P.  0.        Univ. 

CLASS  III. 
Kich,  J.  Ch.Ch.   |     Stubbs,  W.  Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Hulbert,  G.  A.         Trin.      I  Mather,  E.  L.          Bras.       I  Utermarck,  C.         Exeter 
Ingilby,  H.  D.         Magd.     |  Tinck,  C.  F.  Exeter    |  Wilson,  A.  C.  Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— B.  Price.    "W.  Hedley.    G.  Buckle. 


MICHAELMAS   TEBM,  1848. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Bradby,E.H.         Ball.       |     Hessey,K.r.          Magd. 

CLASS  II. 

Bateman.  E.  L.  J.   New 

Foster,  F.W.           Trin. 

Smith,  I.  G.3            Trin. 

Cox,  G.  W.                Trin. 

Grant,  A.i                Ball. 

White,  L.  B.            Queen's 

Dart,  C.  L.                Exeter 

Patteson,  J.  C.2       Ball. 

Willis,  C.  F.            Corpus 

Edwardes,  S.           Merton 

CLASS  III. 

Aitken,  C.  S.            St.  J. 

Freer,  W.  T.            Trin. 

Sidebottom,  A.  K.  Ch.  Ch. 

Arnold,  E.  P.<          Ball. 

Kennard,  E.  B.        St.  J. 

Stanton,  C.  H.         Ball. 

Bosworth,  F.  W.      Merton 

Powell,  E.                Line. 

Turrell,  H.  J.           Line. 

Bubb,  W.  H.           Wadh. 

Eotton,  W.               Wadh. 

Wharton,  J.  C.       Wore. 

Fort,  C.                    Corpus 

Shand,  T.  H.  E.       Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Baumgartner,  C.  A. 

Evans,  G.  E.             Line. 

Parkinson,  C.  L.      Bras. 

0.                           Oriel 

Hampden,  E.  E.      N.  I.  H. 

Eichardson,W.  B.  Univ. 

Charsley,  W.  H.      St.M.H. 

Heelis,  J.                 Queen's  j  Venables,  A.  E.P.  Exeter 

Examiners.— B.  Muckleston.    O.  Gordon.    M.  Pattison.    J.  T.  B.  Landon. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Edwardes,  S. 
Evans,  G.  E. 


Merton 


.     CLASS  I. 
Shand,  T.  H.  E.       Bras. 


Spencer-Stanhope, 
W.T.W.  Ch.Ch. 


Line. 

CLASS  II. 

Bubb,W.  H.  Wadh.    |  Swabey,  H.  Pemb.     |  White,  L.  B.  Queen's 

CLASS  in. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 

Charsley,  W.  H.     St.M.H.  I  Lawrence,  J.  Bras.      I  Windle,  W.  Mgd.H. 

Goss,  J.  St.M.H.  | 

Examiners.— N.  Pocock.    B.  Price.    W.  Hedley. 


EASTER  TEBM,   1849. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Hornby.  J.J.s         Ball. 
Morris,  C.  D'U.        Line. 


CLASS  I. 
Smith,  H.  J.  S.s       Ball. 


Warburton,  W.  P."  Ball. 


1  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Fellow  of  Merton. 

4  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


8  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 
5  Fellow  of  Corpus. 


1849 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


247 


Back,  J.  Trin. 

Bevan,  H.  B.  Merton 

Cooke,  G.  H.  Wadh. 

Hutchinson,  C.K.    Bras. 
Kebbel,  T.  E.  Line. 


Balfour,  J.  L. 
Beever,W.H. 
Birch,  E.  J. 
Cree,  E.  D. 


Queen's 
Jesus 
Wadh. 
Oriel 


Hughes,  J.  W.  C.    N.I.H. 


CLASS  II. 

Kempe,  J.  Exeter 

Knight,  J.  W.          Magd. 
Ogle,  W.  Corpus 

Orger,E.  E.-  Pemb. 

CLASS  III. 

Lee,  T.  J.  Wore. 

Nash,  G.  L.  Ch.  Ch. 

Pearse,  B.  H.  Bras. 

Eandolph,  G.  W.      Ch.  Ch. 
Eowe,  C.  W.  Line. 


Plater,  H.  Merton 

Eanken,  G.  E.          Univ. 
Sandford,  H.  E.  P.  Mgd.H. 
Tyrwhitt,  E.  St.  J.  Ch.  Ch. 


Tidman,  A.  Line. 

Tyndall,  C.  M.  N.  I.  H. 
Windsor- Aubrey, 

H.  G.  Exeter 

Wingfield,  H.  L.  New 


CLASS  IV. 


Bathurst,  F.  A. 
Coldridge,  S.  P. 
Hildyard,  C.  F. 


Merton  j  Jacobs,  H. 
Ch.Ch.   I   Kemp,  J. 
Wore.     I  Latham,  G.  W. 


Queen's  |  Nettleship,  A.          Trin. 
St.  J.       I   West,  E.  T.  Ch.  Ch. 

Bras.      |  Woolmer,  C.  E.  S.  Exeter 


Examiners.— O,  Gordon.    M.  Pattison.    J.  T.  B.  London.    E.  C.  Powles. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Faussett,  E.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Smith,  H,  J.  S.1  Ball. 

CLASS  IL 
Beever,  W.  H.  Jesus  |  Koe,  F.  P.  Pemb. 

CLASS  III. 
Cook,J.  C.  Pemb,     |  Cree,  E.  D.  Oriel      |  Le  Brocq,  A.  Pemb. 

CLASS  IV. 
Clissold,  H.  B.         Oriel       |  Cross,  H.  A.  Ch.  Ch.   |  Griffiths,  G.  P.         Wadh. 

Examiners.— R,  Walker.    N.  Pocock.    W.  Hedley. 


MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1849. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Bampfteld,  G.  F.  L.  Line. 
Dugdale,W.  S.        Ball. 


CLASS  I. 
Eyder,  J.  O.2  Pemb.    I  Sotheby,  H.  W.3 


Alb.  H. 


CLASS  II. 

Bell,  W. 
Colby,  F.  T. 
Finlay,  E.  B. 

Bras. 
Exeter 
Wore. 

Hawkins,  E.  C. 
lies,  J.  H. 

CLASS  III. 

Exeter 
Line. 

Marlen,  H.  J. 
Morier,  E.  B.  D. 

Wadh. 
Ball. 

Austin,  W.  S. 
Brodrick,  A. 
Cleave,  E.  W. 
Cleaver,  E.  D. 
Croft,  J.  F. 

Exeter 
Exeter 
Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Culsha,  E.  W. 
Eliot,  E. 
Ellison,  W.  J.  M. 
Latham,  H. 
Neale,  E.  F. 

Mgd.H. 
New 
Wadh. 
Bras. 
St.  J. 

Noyes,  T.  H. 
Penrhyn,  O.  H.  L. 
Phelps,  W.  W. 
Eussell,  J.  F. 
Temple,  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Ball. 
Queen's 
Wadh. 
Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bengough,  G.  H. 
Brown,  N.  G. 
Buchanan,  W.  F. 
Carrick,  J.  L. 

Oriel 
Wore. 

Exeter 
Queen's 

Duke,  B.  E. 
Fletcher,  J. 
Godwin,  E.  B. 
Harvey,  E. 

Queen's 
Ball. 
Bras. 
St.  J. 

Hulse,  H.  G. 
Pearse,  E.  W. 
Powley,  M. 

Mert. 
Bras. 
Queen's 

Examiners.— 0.  Gordon.    M.  Pattison.    B.  Jowett.    E.  C.  Powles. 


Fellow  of  Corpus. 


2  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


3  Fellow  of  Exeter. 


248 


CLASS   LISTS 


1850 


In  Discplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Ashpitel,  P.  Bras.      |  Kumsey,  A.  St.M.H.  |  Sclater,  P.  L.  Corpus 

CLASS  II. 
Hope,  C.  A.  Exeter    |  Seymour,  H.  F.i       Ball. 

CLASS  in. 
Macaulay,  J.  J.      N.  I.  H.  |  Marlen,  H.  J.          Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Cecil,  Lord  E.T.G.2  Ch.  Ch.   I  Gatty,  E.  H.  Trin.       I  Harries,  G.  C.  P.       Jesus 

Fletcher,  J.  Ball.       |  Hackman,  A.  Bras.      | 

Examiners.— E.  Walker.    N.  Pocock.    W.  Hedley. 


EASTER  TERM,  1850. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Currer,  C.  S.3 

Ball. 

Farrar,  A.  S.4 

St.M.H. 

Kitchin,  G.  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Curtler,  "W.  H. 

Trin. 

CLASS  II. 

t 

Ambery,  J. 

Bras. 

Chambers,  W. 

Wore. 

Gay,  W. 

Pemb. 

Anstey,  H. 

Univ. 

Conington.  F.  T. 

Corpus 

Liddon,  H.  P. 

Ch.Ch. 

Barker,  T.  C. 

Ch.Ch. 

Cosway,  W.  H. 

Ball. 

Marshall,  T.  A. 

N.  I.  H. 

Batty,  H.  M. 

Mert. 

Day,  M. 

Univ. 

Ogle,  O.s 

Wadh. 

Boase,  C.  W. 

Exeter 

Dickson,  W.  E.  J. 

Trin. 

Parker,  H." 

Univ. 

Brien,  K.  B. 

Line. 

Downes,  W.  E. 

Wadh. 

Wadham,  H. 

Corpus 

Briscoe,  W.  K.  B. 

Jesus 

Fagan,  H.  S. 

Pemb. 

Whitehead,  H. 

Line. 

CLASS  in 

Blunt,  J.  St.  J. 
Bowen,  E. 

Ball. 
Univ. 

Harford,  W.  H. 
Jenkins,  J.  D. 

Ball. 
Jesus 

Sandys-Lumsdaine, 
F.G. 

Ch.Ch. 

Bryant,  F.  J. 
Burd,  J. 

Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Kaye,  J. 
Latter,  A.  S. 

Mert. 
Queen's 

Sketchley,  E.  F. 
Snell,  C. 

Exeter 
Trin. 

Burnet,  J.  E. 

Oriel 

Pennell,  E.  L. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Wanklyn,  J.  H. 

Trin. 

Grignon,  M.  F. 

Pemb. 

CLASS  IV. 

Branson,  E.  T. 

Pemb. 

Fowler,  H. 

Exeter 

Eice,  E.  J.  H. 

Exeter 

Burne,  J.  B. 

Ch.Ch. 

James,,  W.  H. 

Ball. 

Smith,  A.  C. 

Wore. 

Docker,  E. 

Queen's 

Miller,  H. 

Magd. 

Taylor,  J.  F. 

Wadh. 

Feilden,  G.  E. 

Ch.Ch. 

Palmer,  F. 

Mert. 

Wilkinson,  T.  H. 

Bras. 

Examiners.— -H.  B.  Wilson.    O.  Gordon.    B.  Jowett.    E.  C.  Powles. 


Fagan,  H.  S. 

Currer,  C.  S.3 
Farrar,  A.  S.4 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Pemb.     |  Kitchin,  G.  W.        Ch.  Ch.  |  Markby,  W.1 

CLASS  II. 


Mert. 


Ball.       |  Ogle,  O. 


St.M.H. 


Pennell,  E.  L. 


Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 


Polehampton,  T.  S.  Pemb. 


Wilson,  J.  H. 


Wadh. 


Levander,  H.  C.       Pemb. 

CLASS  III. 
Brindle,  J.  P.  Bras.      |  Mallard,  C.  E.          Trin.       |  Taylor,  J.  F.  Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 


Baron,  W.  J. 
Fowler,  H. 


Queen's  I  Harding,  D. 
Exeter    |  Hughes,  E. 


Exeter 


Jesus 
Examiners.— E,.  Walker.    N.  Pocock.    S.  W.  Wayte. 


Wilkinson,  T.  H.     Bras. 


i  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  2  The  third  Marquis  of  Salisbury ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

3  Fellow  of  Merton  ;  afterwards  C.  S.  Eoundell. 

4  Michel  Fellow  of  Queen's.  5  Fellow  of  Lincoln.  6  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


BY   PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


249 


MICHAELMAS  TEBM,  1850. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 
CLASS  I. 


Caffm,  B.  C. 

Wore. 

Pinder,  N.                  Trin. 

Tweed,  H.  E.2 

Trin. 

Hull,  H.  M. 

Univ. 

Eolleston,  G.1           Pemb. 

Woollam,  J. 

St.  J. 

rhiiin,  C.  P. 

Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Bennett,  J.  H. 

Exeter 

Lawrance,  G.  A.       N.  I.  H.     Sanderson,  E.  E. 

Line. 

Byrne,  J.  B. 

Univ. 

Mirrielees,  W.          Queen's  ,  Tozer,  H.  F. 

Exeter 

Cordeux,  G.  P. 

Wore. 

Owen,  J.  M.  D.         Bras. 

Vance,  G.  O. 

Line. 

Gowrinpr,  G.  ,T. 

Mgd.H. 

Oxenham,  H.  N.       Ball. 

Wade,  T. 

Exeter 

Grant-Duff,  M.  E. 

Ball. 

Battle,  J.  M.             Ch.  Ch. 

Weatherby,  C. 

St.M.H. 

Hankin,  C.  W. 

Oriel 
CLASS  III. 

Barras,  G. 

Line. 

Clarke,  J.  E.             Wadh. 

Pritchard,  E.  A. 

Line. 

Beale,  J.  D. 

Univ. 

Germon,  N.  M.          Bras. 

Eidding,  A. 

New 

Beck,  W. 

Pemb. 

Griffith,  H.  T.           Pemb. 

Thomas,  D. 

Wore. 

Brook,  A. 

Exeter 

Hardy,  J.  P.             Wadh. 

Watson,  W.  E. 

Oriel 

Chitty,  T.  E. 

Oriel 

Harrison,  F.2            Queen's 

Wilkinson,  E.  L. 

Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Armitage,  F. 
Dawson,  B. 

Wore. 
Bras. 

Price,  E.  H.               Corpus 
Prichard,  E.  P.         Jesus 

Taylor,  H.  W. 
Williams,  H. 

Mgd.H. 
Wadh. 

Jackson,  J.  C. 

St.  J. 

Eendall,  T.  E.           Trin. 

Wykeham-Martin, 

Mallam,  B. 

St.  J. 

Smith,  C.  E.              Wadh. 

P. 

Ball. 

Examiners.— II.  B.  Wilson.    J.M.Wilson.    W.  Linwood.    B.  Jowett. 


Brook,  A. 
Harrison,  F.2 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 


Exeter 
Queen's 


Univ.     I  Ward,  G.  S.3 


Blake,  V. 


Hull,  H.  M. 

CLASS  II. 
Ch.  Ch.  |  Wilkinson,  E.  H.  Pemb. 

CLASS  III. 
Pemb.   |  Wade,  T.  Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 
Wadh.    |  Gowring,  G.  J.         Mgd.H.  |  Sharman,  A. 

Examiners—  E.  Walker.    G.  H.  S.  Johnson.    S.  W.  Wayte. 


Battle,  J.  M. 
Ormond,  J. 


Mgd.H. 


Queen's 


EASTER  TEBM,  1851. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS 

I. 

Bailey,  A.* 
Chitty,  J.  W.5 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

Gardiner,  S.  E. 
Lea,  F.  S.6 

Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 

Eogers,  B.  B. 
Sandford,  C.  W. 

Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Falcon,  E.  S. 

Queen's  1  Eidding,  G.5 

Ball.       J  Watson,  A.6 

Wadh. 

Furneaux,  H. 

Corpus 

CLASS 

II. 

Bull,  C.  M. 

Univ. 

Firth,  G.  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Trinder,  D. 

Exeter 

Caldicott,  J.  W. 
Church,  A.  J. 
Cure,  E.  C.1 

Jesus 
Line. 
Ball. 

Joyce,  F.  H. 
Leigh,  C.  A. 
Pope,  E. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 
Univ. 

Tyler,  G.  G. 
Welby,  W.  E. 
Wood,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.Ch. 
Trin. 

Day,  S.  W. 

Wadh. 

1  Fellow  of  Merton.                          2  Fellow  of  Oriel.                  3  Fellow  of  Hertford. 

4  Stowell  Fellow  of  University.     5  Fellow 

of  Exeter.              6  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 

250 


CLASS   LISTS 


1851 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 


CLASS  III. 

Adams,  C. 

New 

Dangerfield,  J.  H.    St.M.H. 

Nutt,  C.  H. 

Magd. 

Alexander,  D.  M. 

Bras. 

Edwards,  D.              Ch.  Ch. 

Price,  J. 

Jesus 

Arnaud,  H.  B. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Feilden,  H.  A.          Alb.  H. 

Eennison,  T. 

Queen's 

Bengough,  J.  C. 

Oriel 

Heaven,  H.  G.           Trin. 

Eowcliffe,  H. 

St.  J. 

Bonner,  A.  T. 

Iiinc. 

Hichens,  E.               Exeter 

Whately,  A.  P. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Buttanshaw,  J. 
Campbell,  T.  H. 

Corpus 
St.  J. 

Hill,  T.  B.                 Wadh. 
Kennedy,  A.  M.        Exeter 

Wilgress,  G.  F. 
Wood,  J.  E. 

Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

Clay,  C.  J. 

Univ. 

Macnamara,  H.        Line. 

Woodward,  L.  M. 

Oriel 

Collier,  C.  H. 

Oriel 

Mills,  C.  H.               Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Browne,  "W.  S. 

Pemb. 

Kemp,  J.  C.              Ball. 

Eidgway,  J. 

Line. 

Cholmeley,  C.  H. 
Darby,  J.  G.  N. 

Magd. 
Cb.  Ch. 

Lodge,  S.                   Line. 
Marriott,  B.  W.        Line. 

Eoss,  A.  H. 
Stedman,  J. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Pemb. 

Dixon,  J.  H. 
Hamber,  T. 

Queen's 
Oriel 

Monkhouse,  J.  E.    Alb.  H. 
Musgrave,  C.  B.        Ch.  Ch. 

Stirling,  W.  H. 
Walker,  J.  E. 

Exeter 
Ch.  Ch. 

Haydon,  J. 

Trin.         Parry,  H.  H.             Ball. 

Wright,  W. 

St.J. 

Examiners.—  H.  B.  "Wilson.    "W.  Linwood.    B.  Jowett.    G.  Butler. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 
CLASS  I. 


Brock,  I. 

Queen's  |  Campbell,  T.  H.       St.  J. 

Bradley,  G. 
Buttanshaw,  J. 

Univ. 
Corpus 

CLASS  II. 
Darby,  J.  G.  N.         Ch.  Ch. 
Falcon,  E.  S.            Queen's 

Eennison,  T. 
Bidding,  G.1 

Queen's 
Ball. 

Caldicott,  J.  W. 

Jesus 

CLASS  III. 
|  Lea,  F.  S.2                Wadh. 

|  Marsham,  C.  J.  B. 

Mert. 

Barff,  A. 
Heaven,  H.  G. 
Hichens,  E. 

Pemb. 
Trin. 
Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 
Jones,  S.  F.               Pemb. 
Eogers,  B.  B.            Wadh. 

Wallace,  A. 
Walker,  J.  E. 

Trin. 
Ch.Ch. 

Examiners—  G.  H.  S.  Johnson.    E.  H.  Hansell.    S.  W.  Wayte. 

MICHAELMAS  TERM,  1851. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

None. 

CLASS  II. 

Adams,  E.  C. 
Brodrick,  W.3 
Cock,  F.  K.  H. 

Wore. 
Ball. 
Univ. 

Davis,  E.  J. 
Kelly,  J.  D. 
Leach,  J.  H. 

Mgd.H.  |  Eeid,  J.  H. 
Wadh.    1  Sargent,  J.  Y.* 
Bras.      I  Smith,  P.  B, 

St.J. 
Mert. 
Univ. 

CLASS  III. 

Adair,  A.  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hyde,  E. 

Corpus 

Taylor,  W. 

Univ. 

Bankes,  E.  S. 
Crofts,  J.  D.  M. 
Faussett,  T.  G. 
Glanville,  H.  C. 
Goldsmith,  E.  H. 

Univ. 
Wore. 
Corpus 
Exeter 
Corpus 

Morice,  T.  R 
Pascoe,  E.  C.1 
Eogers,  E.  N.5 
Eowe,  E.  M.1 
Stroud,  J. 

Jesus 
Mgd.H. 
Mgd.H. 
Mgd.H. 
Mert. 

Thomas,  D. 
Thompson,  G. 
Thorold,  E.  F. 
Williams,  H. 
Williams,  J.  W. 

Jesus 
Line. 
Corpus 
Jesus 
Pemb. 

Gray,  H.  E. 

Wore. 

Fellow  of  Exeter.        2  Fellow  of  Brasenose.         3  The  eighth  Viscount  Midleton. 
Fellow  of  Magdalen,  afterwards  Fellow  of  Hertford.     5  Afterwards  E.  N.  Gandy. 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


251 


Clase,  W.  G. 
Corbould,  E.  J. 
Dixou,  G.  H. 
Ewbank,  H. 
Gilliat,  J.  S. 


Mgd.H. 

Wadh. 

Pemb. 

Bras. 

tlniv. 


CLASS  IV. 

Goddard,  W.  H.       Pemb. 
Hellins,  J.  All  S. 

Hollway,  J.  Magd. 

Legard,  F.  D.  Univ. 


Milford,  R.  N. 
Moffat,  C.  W. 
Pott,  A.  S. 
Turle,  W.  H. 


Ball. 
Queen's 
Ball. 
New 


Examiners.— H..  B.  Wilson.    W.  Linwood.    W.  Hedley.    G.  Butler. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Cock,  F.  K.  H. 
Hyde,  E. 


Corbould,  E.  J. 
Fleming.  I.  P. 
Keene,  W. 


CLASS  I. 

Univ.     I  Shirley,  W.  W.1       Wadh. 
Corpus   I 

CLASS  II. 
Gray,  H.  R.  Wore. 

CLASS  III. 

Wadh.    I  Legard,  F.  D.  Univ. 

St.M.H.  |  Newdigate,  A.          Ch.  Ch. 
Bras.      | 

CLASS  IV. 
Evans,  J.  G.  Pemb. 


Stroud,  J. 


Mert. 


Smith.  P.  B.  Univ. 

Woollcombe,  G.  L.  Ball. 


Examiners— G.  H.  S.  Johnson.    E.  H.  Hansell.    S.  W.  Wayte. 


EASTER  TERM,  1852. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Coleridge,  H. 
Fremantle,  T.  F. 


Andrew,  J. 
Bayne,  T.  V. 
Greenwood,  H. 
Headlam,  F.  J. 
Henley,  Hon.  R. 

Anderson,  H.  P. 
Binney,  D.  B. 
Blandford,  G.  F. 
Cardew,  F.  C. 
Cooke,  C.  J.  R. 
Egerton,  J.  C. 
Freeling,  G.  N. 


Barton,  C.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 

Bere,  C.  S.  Ch.  Ch. 

Boileau,  F.  G.  M.     Ch.  Ch. 
Bridges,  C.  Ch.  Ch. 

Byng,  Hon.G.H.  C.2  Ch.  Ch. 
Carr,W.  Wore. 


Ball. 

CLASS  I. 
Medd,  P.  G. 

Univ.      1  Stephens,  W.  J. 

Queen's 

Ball. 

Parker,  C.  S. 

Univ.      1 

CLASS  II. 

Wadh. 

Kewley,  F. 

Jesus 

Rawlings,  T.  S.  F. 

Wore. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Lewis,  W.  L. 

Trin. 

Simmons,  F.  W. 

Line. 

Magd. 

Maitland,  C. 

Mgd.H. 

Smith,  J.  G. 

Ball. 

Univ. 

Owen,  D.  M. 

Ball. 

Vaughan-Williams, 

Ball. 

Prideaux,  W.  H. 

Line. 

H. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hastings,  G. 

Wore. 

Parsons,  C. 

Jesus 

Wadh. 

Hewlett,  A.  S. 

Exeter 

Sellwood,  J.  B. 

St.  J. 

Wadh. 

Hiley,  R.  W. 

St.M.H. 

Silver,  E. 

Oriel     : 

Pemh. 

Jones,  J. 

Line. 

Williams,  E.  A. 

Jesus 

Oriel 

Moultrie,  G. 

Exeter 

Williams,  W.  L. 

Magd. 

Bras. 

Newman,  P. 

Exeter 

Wrangham,  W.  F. 

Exeter 

Mert. 

North,  C.  A. 

Exeter 

CLASS  rv. 

Chapman,  F.  Exeter 

Darby,  J.  C.  Ch.  Ch. 

Henderson,  J.  A.      Queen's 
James,  W.  E.  Jesus 

Meyrick,  L.  Magd. 


Michell,  W. 
Stowell,  H. 
Taunton,  C.  E. 
Walker,  J. 
Williams,  E.  S. 


New 
Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 
St.M.H. 

Jesus 


Examiners.— W.  Linwood.    W.  Hedley.    G.Butler.    J.  R.  T.  Eaton. 


Coleridge,  H. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Ball.       |  Cox,  T.  A.  Oriel      |  Jones,  J.  Line. 

CLASS  II. 
Parker,  C.  S.  Univ. 


Reg.  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical  History. 


2  Afterwards  Viscount  Enfield. 

• 


252 


CLASS  LISTS 


Barker,  H.  E. 
Cooke,  C.  J.  E. 


In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physic  is  (cotitinued). 
CLASS  in. 


Craven,  C.  D. 


Ch.  Ch.  I  Newman,  P. 


Exeter 


Oriel       |  Stephens,  W.  J.        Queen's 


Colquhoun,  A.  C.     Ch.  Ch. 


Line. 


Meyrick,  L 


CLASS  rv. 


Magd. 


Plenderleath,  W.  C.  Wadh.     Walker,  G.  G. 


Strong,  W.  A. 
Walker,  J. 


Teale,  T.  P. 


Examiners.—®.  H.  S.  Johnson.    E.  H.  Hansell.    J.  A.  Ashworth. 


Bras. 
Ball. 


MICHAELMAS  TEKM,  1852. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Bernard,  D.  W. 

Mert. 

Irving,  M.  H.            Ball. 

Stone,  W.  H. 

Ball. 

Carnarvon,  Earl  of 

Ch.Ch. 

Parry,  E.                     Ball. 

Watson,  A.  G.4 

Ball. 

Chandler,  H.W. 

Pemb. 

Pearson,  C.  H.2         Exeter 

Yates,  W.s 

Line. 

Faber,  A.  H. 

New 

Prescot,  K.3              Bras. 

( 

CLASS  II. 

Abrahall,  J.  H.6 
Bartlett,  E.  E. 

Ball. 
Trin. 

Griffith,  C.  M.           Wadh.    I  Peel,  A.  W. 
Hills,  W.  J.               Jesus        Prichard,  A.  H. 

Ball. 
Mert. 

Boyd,  H.7 
Church,  J.  W. 
Crowder,  T.  M. 

Exeter 
Univ. 
Wadh. 

Howell,  E.  W.          Jesus        Sargent,  W. 
Hunt,  A.  W.             Corpus      Turner,  W.  B. 
Hutton,  H.  E.           Ball.         White,  F.  M. 

Queen's 
Ball. 
Magd. 

Crucknell,  H.  H. 

Oriel 

North,  F.                  Univ.        Wilson,  E.  S. 

Bras. 

CLASS  III. 

Baring,  T.  C.5 
Bond,  G. 
Codrington,  E.  H. 

Wadh. 
Line. 
Wadh. 

Garry,  T.  N.              Queen's 
Hartshorne,  C.  K.    Ch.  Ch. 
Hore,  A.  H.               Trin. 

Morgan,  J.  E. 
Owen,  S.  J. 
Eussell,  W.  A. 

Univ. 
Wore. 
Mgd.H. 

Curtis,  F.  H. 

Mert. 

Isaac,  C.  P.                Ball. 

ShewelL,  E.  L. 

Wadh. 

Dalby,  W.  B. 

Wadh. 

Johnstone,  F.  E.      Exeter 

Tatham,  G.  E. 

Mert. 

Dymes,  T.  J. 

Line. 

Jones,  J.  S.                Jesus 

Valentine,  W. 

Wore. 

Edwards,  E.  W. 

Jesus 

Mac  Innes,  M.          Ball. 

Watts,  E.  E. 

Univ. 

Eld,  F.  J. 

St.  J. 

Manley,  J.  J.            Exeter 

Wilkinson,  W.  G. 

Wore. 

Floyd,  C.  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Barnard,  T.  M.  E. 

Exeter 

Fitzgerald,  J.           Univ. 

Moore,  P.  H. 

Bras. 

Beever,  F.  J.  H. 
Bennett,  B.  E.  W. 

Jesus 
Oriel 

Grundy,  G.  F.           Bras. 
Hart,  W.  H.              Magd. 

Orde,  J.  H. 
Peel,  H.  H. 

Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 

Blackstone,  F. 
Borrow,  W. 

New 
Exeter 

Hays,  E.  E.  C.          Pemh. 
Hutchinson,  F.  E.    Univ. 

Eichardson,  W. 
Eussell,  T. 

Jesus 
St.  J. 

Brigstocke,  C.  B. 
Cox,  F. 

St.E.H. 
Wadh. 

Macdowall,  E.  S.      Line. 
Macfarlane,  W.  C.  Mgd.H. 

Tuckwell,  W. 
Walton,  L.  S. 

New 
St.J. 

Dickins,  C.  A. 

Univ. 

Martin,  W.               New. 

Wood,  W. 

Pemb. 

Drew,  J.  H. 

Exeter 

Miller,  E.  M.            Magd. 

Examiners.—  G.  Hext.    W.  Hedley.    G.Butler.    J.  E.  T.  Eaton. 

In  Disciplinis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Ainslie,  A.  C. 

Banks,  E. 
Charsley,  E.  H. 
Irving,  M.  H. 


Univ. 


CLASS  I. 
|  Crump,  C.  A.  W.     Trin. 


|  Dalby,  W.  B. 


CLASS  II. 

N.  I.  H.  I  Martin,  G.  E.  Mert.       I  Watts,  E.  E. 

St.M.H.     Pearse.  A.  H.  Corpus     West,  H.  S.  T. 

Ball. 


Wadh. 


Univ. 
Bras. 


1  The  4th  Earl  of  Carnarvon.  2  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

3  Fellow  of  Merton.  *  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

5  Fellow  of  Brasenose.  6  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 

7  Fellow,  afterwards  Principal,  of  Hertford. 


1853 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS.  253 


CLASS  III. 
De  Quetteville,  W.  Pemb.     |  Maugham,  H.  M.       Oriel     |  White,  F.  M.  Magd. 

CLASS  IV. 

Hill,  C.  J.  St.  J.       I  Theobald,  J.  Trin. 

Hoskins,  G.  E.          Peinb.     |  Wilson,  J.  C.  Exeter 

Hussey,  A.  L.  Ch.  Ch.     Wintle,  F.  T.  Magd. 

Prevost,  G.  P.  Ball. 


Burrap,  H.  de  W.  Pemb. 

Davies,  J.  S.  Pemb. 

Grundy,  G.  F.  Bras. 

Hartshorne,  C.  K.  Bras. 


Examiners— R.  Walker.    E.  H.  Hansell.    J.  A.  Ashworth. 


EASTER    TERM,  1853. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Brovm,  T.  E.1  Ch.  Ch.   I  Harrison,  F.  Wadh.    I  Walker,  F.  W.         Corpus 

Falcon,  T.  W.         Queen's  |  Lancaster,  H.  H.     Ball.       | 

CLASS  II. 
Cutler,  E.  Ball.       |  Hayton,  G.  Queen's  |  King,  C.  W.  Trin. 

CLASS  III. 

Bowstead,  J.  Queen's  I   Carter,  T.  Queen's  I   Girtin,  T.  H.  Pemb. 

Brook,  A.     -  Univ.      |  Edwards,  B.  C.       Wadh.    |  Moore,  H.  Wore. 

CLASS  IV. 

Buller,  W.  E.  Exeter    I  Hosken,T.B.  Wore.     I   Eogers,W.  L.          Ball. 

Hill,  N.  F.  New       | 

Examiners.— J.  M.  Wilson.    M.  Pattison.    B.  Jowett.    W.  Andrew. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Brook,  A.  Univ. 

CLASS  II. 
Walker,  F.  W.  Corpus 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 

Green,  T.  L.  Trin.       I   Kendall,  B.  Jesus      I  Eobinson,  F.  E.       Exeter 

Hoskins,  E.  Exeter    | 

Examiners.— W.  F.  Donkin.    B.  Price.    S.  W.  Wayte. 


In  Seientia  Naturali. 
CLASSES  I,  II,  III,  IV. 

None. 

Examiners.— C.  G.  B.  Daubeny.    H.  W.  Acland.    E.  Walker. 


Fellow  of  Oriel. 


254 


CLASS   LISTS 


.   1853 


Barton,  J. 
Cooper,  "W. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Christie,  E.  Line.      |      Salt,  T.  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 
Buller,  E.  J.  Ball. 

CLASS  III. 
Lancaster,  H.  H.        Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 
Wadh.    |  Grey,  G.  Mgd.H.  I    Price,  C. 


New 


Examiners.— H..  Hallam.    E.  Michell.    W.  C.  Lake. 


Beck,  J.  P. 
Brodrick,  G.  C.1 
Butler,  A.  G.2 
Campbell,  L.3 


Alderson,  C.  H.8 
Beesly,  E.  S. 
Cookson,  C.  A. 


Atkinson,  J.  A. 
Behrends,  J.  B. 
Bramston,  J.8 
Cole,  E.  E.  G. 


Branson,  G. 
Brewster,  H.  C. 
Carey.  A.  H. 
Carr,  T.  W. 
Coke,  G.  F. 


Oriel 
Ball. 
Univ. 
Ball. 


MICHAELMAS   TERM,  1853. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Fremantle,W.  H.*  Ball. 
G6schen,  G.'J.  Oriel 
Inge,  W.5  "Wore. 

Kekewich,  A.s         Ball. 


Lothian,  Marquis  Ch.Ch. 

Stebbing,  W.  Wore. 

Thorley,  G.  E.7  Wadh. 
Wood,  C.  J. 


Trin. 

Wadh. 

Oriel 


Exeter 
St.  J. 
Ball. 
Univ. 


Magd. 

Queen's 

Exeter 

Wadh. 

Exeter 


CLASS  II. 

Herbert,  E.  G.W.8  Ball. 
Jackson.  H.  M.  Trin. 
Norton,  D.  E.  Oriel 

CLASS  III. 

Davidson,  J.  P.  F.  Line. 
Kington,  T.  L.  Ball. 
Maude,  T.  W.  Ball. 
Stowell,  T.  A.  Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 

Gordon,  A.  S.  Oriel 

Gray,  E.  B.  Fxeter 

Gresson,  J.  G.          Exeter 
Hayward,  H.  E.      Pemb. 


Willes,  E.  H.  L. 
Woodhouse,  T. 


Bras. 


Queen's 
St.  J. 


Style,  C.  M.  St.  J. 

Thomson,  N.  H.       Ball. 
Williams,  J.  L.        Jesus 


Newnham,  P.  H.  Wadh. 

Pain,  T.  H.  Bras. 

Poole,  H.  J.  Pemb. 

Young,  W.  H.  Pemb. 


Examiners— J.  M.  Wilson.    M.  Pattison,    B.  Jowett.    W.  Andrew. 


Hayton,  G. 
Falcon,  T.  W. 
Crawford,  W.  A. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Behrends,  J.  B.  St.  John's 

CLASS  II. 
Queen's  |  Eogers,  W.  L.        Ball.       |  Tanner,  J. 

CLASS  III. 
Queen's  |  Hayward,  H.  E.      Pemb.     |  Jose,  S.  P. 

CLASS  IV. 
Exeter    |   Izon,  W.  Y.  S.         Bras.       |  Valletort,  Vise.9      Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— E.  H.  Hansell.    B.  Price.    S.  W.  Wayte. 


Pemb. 
Pemb. 


Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  Merton. 

Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

Fellow  of  All  Souls,  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol. 

Provost  of  Worcester.  6  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  Wadh  am. 

Fellow  of  All  Souls.  9  The  fourth  Earl  of  Mount  Edgcumbe. 


1854 


BY   PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


255 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 

CLASS  II. 
None. 

CLASS  III. 
Boss,  G.  G.        St.  Mary  Hall 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners— C.  G.  B.  Daubeny.    H.  W.  Acland.    E.  "Walker. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Brown,  T.  E.1      Christ  Church 

CLASS  II. 
Wood,  C.  J.       Brasenose 

CLASS  III. 
Cazenove,  A.       Exeter     |     Wilson,  C.  E.        Ball. 


Barker,  G.  W. 
Harrison,  F. 
Hill,  N.  F. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 
New 


CLASS  IV. 

Holford,  J.  H.         Wadh. 
Hoyland,  J.  Wore. 

Smith,  E.  Exeter 


Thorley.  G.  E.2 
Willes.  E.  H.  L. 


Wadh. 
Queen's 
Wilson,  W.  O.  P.     Ball. 


Examiners.— -R.  Michell.    C.  Neate.    W.  C.  Lake. 


EASTEB  TERM,  1854. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Fowler,  T.3 
Martin,  A. 


Bosanquet,  S.  C. 
Dupuis,  T.  C. 
Fryer,  H.  C. 


Allen.  E.  J. 
Arnold,  E. 
Arnold,  K.  W. 
Bacon,  F.  H. 
Barter,  W. 


Merton 
Corpus 


Ch.  Ch. 
Pemb. 
Wadh. 


Ball. 
Univ. 
Ball. 
Ball. 
Ball. 


CLASS  I. 
Pember,  E.  H. 
Eeynolds,  S.  H.4 


Ch.  Ch. 

Exeter 


White,  J.  E. 
Wingfield,  E. 


New 

New 


CLASS  n. 

Hodgson,  S.  H.        Corpus  I  Scott,  W.  Wore. 

Kershaw.  G.  S.  W.   Queen's  |  Wingfield,  C.  L.5  Exeter 

Eanken,  W.H.        Corpus  |  Woodhouse,  G.  G.  Ch.Ch. 


CLASS  III. 

Cooper,  N.  E.  A.      Oriel 
Dodgson.  C.  L.         Ch.  Ch. 
Gillett,  H.  T.  Wadh. 

Green,  G.  E.  Line. 

Jackson,  J.  Queen's 


Longe,  F.  D.  Oriel 

Monkhouse,A.W.  Mgd.H. 
Steele,  G.  Wore. 

Townson,  E.  Queen's 


CLASS  IV. 

Brownlow,  G.  St.M.H.  I  Murray,  G.  Mgd.H.  |  Taylor,  J.  W.  Bras. 

DuBoulay,J.T.H.  Exeter    |  Paul,  D.  Ch.Ch.  I  Winstanley,  J.  B.    Univ. 

Hankey,  E.  St.M.H.  |   Prickard,  T.  C.         Jesus      | 

Examiners.— T.  Chaffers.    J.M.Wilson.    M.  Pattison.    H.  L.  Mansel. 


1  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  Wadham. 

3  Fellow  of  Lincoln,  afterwards  President  of  Corpus. 
4  Fellow  of  Brasenose.  «    Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


1  Fe 
4  Fell< 


256 


CLASS   LISTS 


1854 


In  Soientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Birch,  a.  Oriel       |   Cotton,  A.  B.         Ch.  Ch.  |  Norton,  D.  E.         Oriel 

CLASS  II. 

Byrth,  H.  S.          Bras.       I  Kekewich,  A.i       Ball.       I  Otter,  F.  Corpus 

Green,  G.  B.          Line.       |  Martin,  A.  Corpus    | 

CLASS  III. 
Topping,  G.  L.        Brasenose 

CLASS  IV. 
BrookjJ.       Wore.     |     Whitaker,  W.         Line. 

Examiners.— W .  F.  Donkin.      B.  Price.      G.  W.  Kitchin. 


Fox,  E.  L. 


Oriel 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Ball.         |         Woodall,  J.  W. 

CLASS  II. 
Child,  G.  W.  Exeter 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— 3.  A.  Ogle.     C.  G.  B.  Daubeny.     E.  Walker. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


Brodrick,  G.  C.2    Ball. 


CLASS  I. 
Lothian,Marquis,Ch.Ch.  |  Stebbing,W. 

CLASS  II. 


Wore. 


Allen,  W.  S.          Wadh. 
Birch,  W.  M.         Trin. 
Bramston,  J.3        Ball. 
Butler,  A.  G.4        Univ. 

Morgan,  A.  M. 

Barker,  J.  E.          Exeter 
Cole,  B.  E.  G.          Univ. 
DuBoulay.  J.T.H.  Exeter 
Girtin,  T.  H.           Pemb. 

Corbett,  L.             Ch.  Ch. 
Egerton,  W.5         Ch.  Ch. 
Gatty,  G.               Trin. 

CLASS  III. 
Exeter          |          Eoss,  G. 

CLASS  TV. 
Green,  C.               Wore. 
Jones,  J.  E.            Jesus 
Pedder,  W.  G.       Exeter 

Harford,  E.            Oriel 
Kington,  T.  L.      Ball. 
Slade,  G.3              Ball. 

G.    St.  Mary  H. 

Sawyer,  W.  C.       Oriel 
Shuldham,  N.  L.  Magd. 
Wickhain,  W.       N.  I.  H. 

Examiners.— E.  Michell.     C.  Neate.     W.  C.  Lake. 


MICHAELMAS    TEBM,  1854. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Bell,  G.  C.  Wore. 

Blomfield,  A,*       Ball. 
Cookson,  M.  H.     St.  J. 


CLASS  I. 

Cowell,  E.  B.         Mgd.H. 
Lushington,  G.3    Ball. 
Matheson,  C.         St.  J. 


Mitchinson,  J.      Pemb. 
Ramsay,  J.  H.       Ch.  Ch. 


1  Fellow  of  Exeter. 
s  Fellow  ol  All  Souls. 

5  Afterwards  second  Lord  Egerton  of  Tatton. 


2  Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  Merton. 
4  Fellow  of  Oriel. 


1854 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


257 


Almond,  H.  H. 
Collyns,  H.  M. 
Helm,  W.  H. 

Ball. 
Alb.  H. 
St.  J. 

CLASS  II. 
King,  E.  M.           Merton 
Marshall,  T.           St.  J. 
Oakley,  C.  E.         Magd. 

Eobeson,  H.          Ball. 
Wilkinson,  G.  H.  Oriel 

Bridges,  J.  H.1 
Brodie,  E.  H. 
Cawley,  W. 

Barclay,  H.  A. 
Frewer,  H. 

Wadh. 
Trin. 
Wadh. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Jesus 

CLASS  in. 
Fulford,  W.          Pemb. 
Mayo,  C.  T.           Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 
Lace,J.  W.           Univ. 
Lathbury,  D.  C.     Bras. 

Pain,  J.  L.             Bras. 
Shepherd,  F.         Wore.' 

Whigham,D.D.  Oriel 
Wilson,  T.             Queen's 

Examiners—  T.  Chaffers.    G.Eawlinson.    W.Andrew.    H.  L.Mansel. 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Bosanquet,  S.  C.   Ch.  Ch. 
Cookson,  M.  H.     St.  J. 


CLASS  I. 

Dodgson,  C.  L.      Ch.  Ch.   I  Eanken,  W.  H.      Corpus 
Fowler,  T.2  Merton  | 


Almond,  H.  H. 
Pusey,  P.  E. 

Cowell,  E.  B. 
Dupuis,  T.  C. 

Ball.       1 
Ch.  Ch.  1 

Mgd.H.| 
Pemb.     | 

CLASS  II. 
Williams,  F.         Line. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
Evill,  A.                Line. 
Lushington,  G.3    Ball. 

1  Wingfield,E. 

I  Newman,  A. 
Pott,  F. 

New 

St.  J. 
Bras. 

Examiners.— W.  F.  Donkin.    B.  Price.    H.  Pritchard. 


In  Soientia  Naturali. 

CLASSES  I,  II,  in,  IV. 

None. 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Ogle.    C.  G.  B.  Daubeny.   E.  Walker. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 
CLASS  I. 


Bardswell,  C.  W.  Trin. 
Bright,  J.  F.*        Univ. 

Ogilvy,  E.  H.  A.   Oriel 
Percival,  L.           Oriel 

1  Campbell,  G.  C.  '  Exeter 
Gardiner,  A.  W.  Magd. 

CLASS  II. 
IWaldegrave,  Hon. 
G.  A.  W.5           Ball. 

J  Harrison,  L.  J. 
J  Walters,  W. 

Espinasse,  E. 


CLASS  III. 
Ch.  Ch.       |      Pember,  E.  H. 


Ch.  Ch. 


Ashley,  G.  E. 
Booker,  J.  K. 
Deane,  C.  H. 
Dowell,  S. 


Oriel 
Queen's 
Magd. 
Corpus 


CLASS  IV. 

Fryer,  H.  C.  Wadh. 

Gwyn,  J.  B.  Jesus 

Peppin,  S.  F.  B.    Edm.H. 
Eowe,  S.  N.  B.      Wore. 


Univ. 


Ch.  Ch. 


Williams,  E.  B.    Line. 
Woodhouse,G.G.  Ch.  Ch. 
Woodyatt,  E.        Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.— E.  Michell.    C.  Neate.    W.  C.  Lake. 


1  Fellow  of  Oriel.  2  Fellow  of  Lincoln  ;  afterwards  President  of  Corpus 

3  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  *  Afterwards  Master  of  University. 

5  The  third  Lord  Radstock. 

S 


258 


CLASS   LISTS 


1855 


EASTER    TERM,  1855. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Jex-Blak^T.W.1  Univ. 
Morris,  L.  Jesus 


Caye,  L.  W.  Line. 

Ha'rington,  H.  B.  Wadh. 
Meadows,  D.  S.  Pemb. 
Middleton,  J.  D.  Corpus 

Bartrum,  E.  Pemb. 

Buncombe,  W.D.  Bras. 
Fisher,  W.  Ch.  Ch. 

Garratt,  C.  F.        Oriel    - 

Burrough,  J.        Queen's 
Dickinson,  F.  B.  Bras. 
Fitz-Wygram,  L.  Univ. 


CLASS  I. 

Sandford,  J.  D.     Trin. 
Stokoe,  T.  H.        Line. 

CLASS  II. 

O'Neil,  J.  E.          Corpus 
Phillips,  H.  F.       Univ. 
Pickard,  H.  A.      Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Kingsford,  H.        Wore. 
Marriner,  W.        Line. 
Mayo,  E.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Hingeston,  F.  C.  Exeter 
Howson,  F.  Line. 

Kane,  J.  P.  Trin. 


Wollaston,W.  M.2  Trin. 


Short,  W.  F. 
Walford,  C. 
West,  T.  E. 


New 
Bras. 
St.  J. 


Minchin,  H.  H.    Wadh. 
Eowley,  R.  Ch.  Ch. 

Smith,  E.  F.          Line. 


Eice,  C.H.  St.  J. 

Upton,  J.  E.          Exeter 
Wallace,  C.  H.      Pemb. 


Examiners.— W.  E.  Jelf.    T.  Chaffers.    W.  C.  Lake.    H.  L.  Mansel. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Bell,  G.  C.  Wore.     |     Faulkner,  C.  J.3    Pemb. 

CLASS  II. 
Mayo,  C.  T.    Balliol 

CLASS  III. 
Purton,  W.    Trinity 


Burrough,  J. 
Craig,  B.  T. 


Queen's 
Mgd.H. 


CLASS  IV. 

Hingeston,  F.  C.  Exeter 
Martin,  H.  A.        St.M.H 


Pickard,  H.  A. 
Thynne,  A.  C. 

Examiners.— H.  Pritchard.    W.  Spottiswoode.    F.  Ashpitel. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 
CLASS  I. 


Mitchinson,  J.      Pemb.     |  Welch,  C. 


Wadh.    |  Wilson,  E.  T.        Exeter 


CLASS  II. 
Crotch,  W.  D.       New        |      De  Brisay,  H.  D.  Univ. 

CLASS  III. 
Estridge,  H.    Trinity 

CLASS  IV. 
Marshall,  T.    St.  John's 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Ogle.    W.  F.  Donkin.    N.  Story-Maskelyne. 


Fellow  of  Queen's. 


Fellow  of  Exeter. 


Fellow  of  University. 


1855 


PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


259 


In  Jurisprudent^  et  Historia  Moderns. 

CLASS  L 
Monson.Hon.E.J.1  Ball.     |  Oakley,  C.  E.         Magd.     |  Oswald,  H.  M.       Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
Blunt,  A.  C.       Ch.  Ch.      |      Eavenhill,  H.  E.  Univ. 

CLASS  III. 
Bartlett,  W.  A.     Wadh.    |  Biber,  G.  E.  Merton  |  Thursby-Pelham,A.Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 


Baugh,  W.  J. 
Branson,  G. 
Lewis,  F. 


Mgd.H. 


Magd. 
St.J. 


Phillpotts,  H.  J.   Ch.  Ch.  I  Stowell,  T.  A.       Queen's 


Pemb. 
Wore. 


Witherby,  W.  H.  Oriel 
Examiners.— Earl  Stanhope.    C.  Neate.    E.  H.  Hansell. 


Eobins,  G.  A. 
Shepherd,  F. 


MICHAELMAS    TEKM,  1855. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Capes,  W.  W.2       Queen's 
Davey,  H.  Univ. 

Huntley,  K.  F.      Ball. 

Bennett,  H.  L.      Corpus 
Cordery,  J.  G.       Ball. 
Cunningham,H.S.  Trin. 
Delme-Badcliffe, 
H.  E.  Queen's 

Bennett,  G.  New 

Bramston,  W.  M.  Ball. 
Chetwode,  A.  L.  Ball. 
Damer,L.D.W.D.  Trin. 
Everett,  C.  H.  Ball. 

Coldwell,  C.  L.  Pemb. 
Culley,  M.  J.  Univ. 
Fazakerly,  J.  N.  Univ. 
Livingston,  W.  Wore. 


CLASS  I. 

Miller,  G.  Exeter 

Newman,  W.  L.    Ball. 
Nutt,  J.  W.1          Corpus 

CLASS  II. 

Bunbar,  G.  B.  New 
Gordon,  H.  D.  New 
Hamerton,  S.  C.  Univ. 
Hawkins,  J.  B.  H.  Merton 

CLASS  III. 

Gosling,  J.  F.        Ball. 
Griffith,  C.  Wadh. 

Hawkins,  E.          Ball. 
Hicks,  J.  P.  Line. 

Hopkins,T.  H.  T.  Magd. 

CLASS  IV. 
Montgomerie,   F. 

B.  M.  Ball. 

Price,  G.  W.          Mgd.  H. 
Eichey,  J.  B.         Exeter 


Peile,  J.  B. 
Shepard,  J.  W. 


Oriel 
Ball. 


Eocke,  A.  B.  Ch.  Ch. 

Thornton,  S.  Queen's 

Thornton,  T.  H.  St.  J. 

Turner,  C.  A.  Exeter 


L'Estrange,  A.  G.  Exeter 
Summers,  W.  Wore. 
Taylor,  J.  Oriel 

Wright,  H.  Ball. 


Walker,  W.  Wadb. 

Williams,  D.  A.    Wadh. 
Wilson,  W.  F.  A.  StM.H. 


Examiners.— W.  E.  Jelf.    T.  Chaffers.    W.  C.  Lake.    H.  L.Mansel. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 


licks,  J.  P.  Line. 

Marsham,E.H.B.  Merton 


CLASS  II. 
Capes,  W.  W.2    Queen's 

CLASS  III. 

Eice,  C.  H.  St.  J. 

Short,  A.  New 


Smith,  T.  S. 


Exeter 


CLASS  IV. 
Jesus       |      Sandford,  J.  D. 


Morice,  W.  H. 
Examiners.— W.  Spottiswoode.    F.  Ashpitel. 


Trin. 
F.  Harrison. 


1  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


S  2 


2  Fellow  of  Hertford. 


260 


CLASS  LISTS 


1856 


Packe,  W.  J. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Caird,H.W.    Oriel      |     Faulkner,  C.  J.1    Pemb. 

CLASS  II. 
Ch.  Ch.  I  Quilter,F.W.       Line.      1  Waldegrave,Hon. 


G.  A.  W.2 


CLASS  in. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Ogle.    N.  Story-Maskelyne.    J.  Phillips. 


Ball. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 
CLASS  I. 


Clarke,  C.  P.         Univ. 
Fitz-Wygram,  L.  Univ. 

IFordwich,  Vise.3  Ch.  Ch. 
Eamsay,  J.  H.       Ch.  Ch. 

I  Swayne,  W.  J. 

Corpus 

Bigsby,  H.  J.  Wadh. 
Cornish,  C.  J.  Corpus 

CLASS  n. 
|  Dillon,  Hon.  L.  a.  Ball. 
|  Leigh,Hon.E.C.4  Oriel 

I  Meadows,  D.  S. 
j  Thornton,  T.  H. 

Pemb. 
St.J. 

Douglas,  W.  Exeter 
Dunlop,  J.  Wadh. 

Bent,  J.  O.  Pemb. 
Middleton,  J.  D.  Corpus 

CLASS  m. 
|  Mayo,B.               Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 
IMontgomerie,  F. 
B.  M.                  Ball. 

J  Bobbins,  J. 

1  O'Neil,  J.  B. 
1  Wallace,  C.H. 

N.  I.  H. 

Corpus 
Pemb. 

Examiners.— E.  H.  Hansell.    H.  W.  Cripps.    G.  Marshall. 


EASTEK   TEKM,  1856. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Arnold,  C.  T.        Corpus 
Bramley,  H.  B.5    Univ. 

Halcomb,  T.  B.6    Bras. 
Henniker,  B.        Trin. 

Smith,  A.                 Line. 
Thackeray,F.St.  J.6  Mert. 

CLASS  II. 

Browne,  J.  C.        Corpus 

Harper,  H.  W.      Merton 

Saunders,  H.  C.     Ch.  Ch. 

Bulkley,  E.            Line. 

Jones,  W.  E.         Jesus 

Tanner,  J.              Magd. 

Cattlow,  J.  S.        St.  J. 

Longley,  H.           Ch.  Ch. 

Warren,  Hon.  J. 

Clayton,  N.  G.       Univ. 

Monkhouse,  J.      Queen's 

B.  L.                    Ch.  Ch. 

Cartels,  A.  M.       Trin. 
Hanbury,  J.  C.      Wadh. 

Newnham,W.H.  Ball. 
Bawdon,  W.  F.     Wadh. 

Wickham,  E.  C.   New 

CLASS  III. 

Clarke,  W.  F.        Ch.  Ch. 

Hichens,  T.  S.       Exeter 

Shepherd,  W.  B.    Queen's 

Evered,  J.  J.  G.    Magd. 

Lascelles,  E.  A.    Ball. 

Somerset,B.T.G.H.  Oriel 

Gauntlett,  J.  G.    Wore. 

Master,  S.  M.         Ball. 

Stratton,  W.         New 

Hall,  W.  E.           Univ. 

Moseley,  W.  H.     Ball. 

Thorold,  E.            Magd. 

Harris,  G.  C.         Exeter 

Sewell,  C.  J.          Bras. 

Wilberforce,W.F.  Univ. 

1  Fellow  of  University. 

3  The  seventh  Earl  Cowper. 

s  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


2  The  third  Lord  Badstock. 
*  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
6  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 


1856 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


261 


Bateman,  E.  L.     Univ. 
Berkeley,  S.  H.     Oriel 
Cleaver,  W.  H.     Ch.  Ch. 
Colquhoun,J.E.C.  Trin. 
Davies,  G.  I.         Wore. 


CLASS  IV. 

Drabble,  P.  B.       Wore. 
Dundas,  B.  J.        Exeter 
Evans,  W.  H.       Jesus 
Gildea,  W.  Exeter 


Joy,  S.  Wore. 

Lonsdale,  A.  P.  Ball. 

Milligan,  W.  H.  Univ. 

Kendel,  S.  Oriel 


Examiners.— W.  E.  Jelf.    W.  Hedley.    F.Meyrick.    A.  S.  Farrar. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 
Davey,  H. 


CLASS  I. 
Univ.     |     Wheeler,  T.  L.    Wore. 


CLASS  n. 
Bowden,  J.    Univ.     |     Thomas,  T.         Jesus 

CLASS  III. 
Gauntlett,  J.  G.    Wore.     |  Hamerton,  S.  C.    Univ.      |  Jackson,  A.  W.    Wore. 

CLASS  IV. 

Halcomb,  T.  K.1    Bras.      I  Newnham,  W.  H.  Ball.       |  Smith,  W.  E.        Pemb. 
Monkhouse,  J.      Queen's  [  Smith,  A.  Line.      |  Warrand,K.HJVI.  Trin. 

Examiners.— E.  Walker.    W.  Spottiswoode.    F.  Ashpitel. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Tuckwell,  H.  M.    Lincoln 

CLASS  II. 
Swayne,  W.  J.      Corpus    |  Thornton,  S.         Queen's  |  Wright,  H.  Ball. 

CLASS  HE. 
Jackson,  A.  W.    Worcester 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— N.  Story-Maskelyne.    J.  Phillips.    H.  J.  S.  Smith. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 
Blaauw,H.W.G.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Bosanquet,  C.       Oriel 


Bartrum,  E.          Pemb. 
Bramston,  W.  M.  Ball. 


CLASS  II. 

Daniell,  E.  F.       Ch.  Ch. 
Hawkins,  E.          Ball. 


Trefusis,  Hon.  C. 
H.  E.2  Ch.  Ch. 

Livingston,  W.     Wore. 
Templeman,  E.     Pemb. 

Wilberforce,W.  F.  Univ. 


CLASS  m. 

Colquhoun,J.E.C.Trin.       I  Cure,  L.  C.  Ball. 

Culley,M.J.         Univ.      |  Fazakerley,  J.  N.  Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Hodge, W.H.O'B.  Mgd.H.  I  Nicholson,  W.  S.  Ch.  Ch.  I   Sterry,  F. 
Miller,  G.  Exeter    |  | 

Examiners.— E.  H.  Hansell.    H.  W.  Cripps.    G.  Marshall. 


Exeter 


1  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 


The  twentieth  Lord  Clinton. 


262 


CLASS  LISTS 


1856 


MICHAELMAS    TEKM,  1856. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Burrows,  M.1        Mgd.  H. 
Ellis,  E.2                Ball. 

Sidgwick,  W.  C.s  Corpus 

Wallace-Hozier,  J.  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Abbey,  C.  J.«         Line. 

Howell,  A.  P.        St  J. 

Stebbing,T.  E.  E.  Wore 

Harington,  B.        Ch.  Ch. 
Hole,  C.  H.           Wore. 

Joyce,  S.                Ch.  Ch. 
Marshall,  S.          Exeter 

Walter-Merry,  W.5  Ball 
Watkins,  M.  G.    Exeter 

CLASS  III. 

Alabaster,  C.         Line. 
Blair,  A.                Exeter 
Dixon,  E.  W.        Pemb. 
Edwards,  W.  J.    Jesus 
Ellaby,  E.  B.         Wadh. 
Fisher,  A.  B.         Corpus 

Hiley,  W.               Wadh. 
Jelf,  G.  E.             Ch.  Ch. 
McCheane,  J.  H.  Line. 
Moens,  S.  M.  B.     Merton 
Nihill,  H.  D.         Jesus 
Pearse,  V.              Line. 

Price,  J.  V.           Pemb. 
Thomas,  D.  E.       Jesus 
Warre,  F.               Ball. 
Wilder,  H.  B.        Ball. 
Woodrooffe,H.E.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Arnold,  W.           Pemb. 
Charley,  W.  T.      St.  J. 
Hodgson,  W.        Exeter 

Lyon,  J.                  Trin. 
Palk,  A.                  Univ. 
Pottinger,  H.        Merton 

Eogers,  J.              Bras. 
Wormald,  E.  B.    Line. 

Examiners.—  G.  Eawlinson.    W.  Hedley.    F.  Meyrick.    A.  S.  Farrar. 

Gray,  J.  B. 
Joy,  S. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


CLASS  I. 
Walker,  E.  H.    Wadham 


Colby,  E.  E. 
Birley,  W.  H. 


CLASS  II. 
Exeter     |     Hughes,  N.  T. 


Jesus 


CLASS  IU. 
Ball.     |     Hawkins,  E.  W.    Pemb. 

CLASS  IV. 

Liddon,J.  Ch.  Ch.'  f  Sidgwick,  W.C.»  Corpus 

Moens,  S.  M.  B.    Merton   | 

Examiners.— '&.  Hill.    W.  Spottiswoode.    F.  Ashpitel. 


St.  J. 
Wore. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Griffith,  G.    Jesus 

CLASS  n. 
Clarke,  C.  G.  Wore.     |  Henniker,  E.        Trin.       |  Lloyd,  W.  H.        Magd. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— N.  Story-Maskelyne.    J.  Phillips.    H.  J.  S.  Smith. 


1  Chichele  Professor  of  Modern  History ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
2  Fellow  of  Trinity.  3  Fellow  of  Merton.  *  Fellow  of  University. 

5  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 


1857  BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS.  263 

In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderns. 

Scott,  G.  A.  J.2     Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  I. 

Baring,  A.  H.i      Ch.  Ch.  I  Lee,  L.  J.  New 

Hall,  W.  E.  Univ. 

CLASS  II. 


Holroyd,  Hon.  D. 


Ch.  Ch. 


Leicester-Warren, 


Hon.  J.B. 
Stratton,  W. 


Thackeray,  F. 


Ch.  Ch.          St.  JJ» 
New       |  "Williams,  T. 


Merton 
Oriel 


CLASS  III. 
Byng,Hon.F.E.C.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Popham,  V.  W.     Exeter    |  Swainson,  0.  L.    Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Charley,  W.  T.      St.  J.       j   Saunders,  H.  C.    Ch.  Ch.  |  Young,  W.  E.  A.  Wore. 
Furnival,  J.          Bras.      |  | 

Examiners.—  E.  H.  Hansell.    H.  W.  Cripps.    G.  Marshall. 


EASTER    TEBM,  1857. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Duckworth,  E.< 
King,  J.  R.5 


Univ. 
Ball. 


Gardner,  D.  M.     Bras. 
Howell,  E.  T.        Wore. 


Begbie,  A.  G.  St.M.H. 

Bosanquet,C.B.P.  Ball. 

Jones,  S.  D.  Univ. 

Carr,  H.  M.  Ch.  Ch. 

Clark,  T.  H.  Bras. 

Cornish,  W.  F.  Line. 

Hayter,  A.  D.  Bras. 


CLASS  I. 

Law,  M.  J.  Ball. 

Morrison,  W.        Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Jeffcock,  J.  T.       Oriel 
Marindin,  H.  C.    Ball. 

CLASS  in. 

Oliver,  F.  W.        Ch.  Ch. 
Salmon,  K.  I.        Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 

Morshead,  F.        New 
Nelson,  J.  P.         Exeter 
Rudd,  H.  Corpus 

Sale,  T.  W.  Wadh. 


Waddington,  H.  Univ. 


Middleton,  S.       Ball. 


Stowe,  A. 
Tyacke,  J.  S. 


Wadh. 
Exeter 


Stobart,  J.  W.  H.  Wore. 
Stratford-Dugdale, 

J.  Merton 

Talbot,  J.  G.         Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.— Or.  Bawlinson.    W.  Hedley.    J.  E.  T.  Eogers.    A.  Grant. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Harrison,  J.  H.    Magd.         |          Smith,  H.     Queen's 

CLASS  II. 
Wickham,  L.    Christ  Church 

CLASS  III. 
None. 


Cornish,  W.  F.      Line. 
Marindin,  H.  C.    Ball. 


CLASS  IV. 
Moore,  H.  D.         Bras. 


.      I  Young,  J.C. 
Examiners.— E.  Hill.    B.  Price.    T.  Eennison. 


Queen' 


1  The  fourth  Lord  Ashburton.  2  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

3  Fellow  of  Lincoln.  *  Fellow  of  Trinity. 

,_5  Fellow  of  Merton ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  OrieL 


264 


CLASS  LISTS 


1857 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Hutton,H.W.    Trin.         |        Walker,  E.  H.    Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 
Willis,  F.    St.  John's 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
Ames,  H.  St.  V.    Exeter    |  Merry,  W.W.1     Ball.        |  Nihill,H.D. 

Examiners.— G.  T.  Coote.    E.  Walker.    J.  A.  Dale. 


Jesus 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Burrows,  M.2        Mgd.H.  |  Stebbing,  T.  E.  E.  Wore.    |  Weir,  A,  Trin. 

CLASS  H. 
Pearman,  M.  T.    Pemb.     |  Price,  J.  Jesus      |  Yapp,  E.  Wore. 

CLASS  III. 
Harward,  E.  C.     Trin.       |  Joyce,  C.  Exeter   |  Ollivant,  W.  S.     Corpus 

CLASS  IV. 

Ferris,  A.  H.         Mgd.H.  I  Howell,  A.  P.        St.  J.      |  Smith,  K.  Bras. 

Hanbury,  J.  C.      Wadh.    |  Mitchell,  J.  AH  S.     | 

Examiners.— -F.  P.  Walesby.    E.  A.  Freeman.    C.  W.  Boase. 


MICHAELMAS    TEBM,  1857. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Moore,  E.3    Pemb. 


CLASS  I. 

|        Powlett,  C.J.    Wadh. 


Eliot,  P.  F.  Trin. 

Griffith,  E.  Wadh. 

Hamilton,  H.        Ball. 


Barter,  H.  Merton 

Cullen,  E.  W.       Bras. 
Dawson,  B.  S.       Exeter 
Donkin,  T.  C.        Wore. 
Freshfield,  J.  M.  Ball. 


Alington,  A.  M.    Wore. 
Beach,  Sir  M.  E. 

H.,  Bart.  Ch.  Ch. 

Godson,  A.  F.        Queen's 
Lavie,  G.  Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  II. 

Hatch,  E.  Pemb. 

Morshead,  W.       Bras. 
Pentreath,  F.  E.    Wore. 

CLASS  III. 

Goe,  F.  F.  Mgd.H. 

Hopwood,W.W.  Pemb. 
Horley,  E.  Queen's 

McCaul,  A.  I.         St.  J. 
Melhuish,  G.  E.    Merton 

CLASS  IV. 

McCaul,  S.  St.  J. 

Plumptre,  H.  W.  Univ. 
Pratt,  T.  D.  Queen's 

Pryor,  J.  E.  Magd. 


Shackell,  F.  B.      Oriel 
Thompson,  F.  E.  Line. 


Millard,  F.  M. 
Overton,  J.  H. 
Taylor,  W.  H. 
West,  C.  F.  C. 


Magd. 
Line. 
Bras. 
St.J. 


Eichardson,  E.  A.  Queen's 
St.  Pattrick,  E.      Queen's 
Turner,  D.  P.         Pemb. 
Wintle,  O.  E.        Line. 


Examiners— G.  Eawlinson.    W.  Hedley.    J.  E.  T.  Eogers.    A.  Grant. 


1  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 

2  Chichele  Professor  of  Modern  History ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

3  Fellow  of  Queen's ;  afterwards  Principal  of  St.  Edmund  Hall. 


1857  BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES.  265 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Moore,  E.1     Pembroke 

CLASS  II. 
Barter,  H.    Merton 

CLASS  III. 
Battle,  H.    Ch.Ch.        |        Thomas,  E.    Magd.H. 

CLASS  IV. 

Craig,  A.  T.  Wadh.   I  Harrison,  F.  S.     Wore,     I  Pratt,  T.  D.  Queen's 

Douglas,  J.  Univ.     |  Parham,  F.  Ch.Ch.  | 

Examiners.— -E.  Hill.    B.  Price.    T.  Eennison. 


In  Seientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Southey,  B.       Ch.Ch.     |     Tomlinson,  C. H.         Wore. 


CLASS  II. 

S.W.K.   Wadh.    I  Gully., 

Goalen, 


Andrews,  W.B.   Wadh.    I  Gully,  J.  Wadh.    |  Spry,  E.  G.  Mgd.H. 


CLASS  III. 
Lewis,  G.       Jesus 

CLASS  IV. 
Bartlett,  J.  B.       St.  J.       |  Hitchcock,  W.  M.  Wadh.  |  Pryor,  J.  E.  Magd. 

Examiners.— C.  T.  Coote.     B.  Walker.     H.  J.  S.  Smith. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Blake,  C.  H.          Exeter  |          Harington,  B.       Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
Carr,  H.M.  Ch.Ch.  |  Dampier,  A.          St.  J.       |  Johnston,  J.  L.     Corpus 


Battye,  E.  Bras. 

Hickman,  W.        Wadh. 


CLASS  III. 

Majendie,  L.  A.     Ch.  Ch. 
Salmon,  H.  T.       Magd. 


Kennard,  E.  H.    Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bosanquet,C.B.P.Ball.       I  Lavie,  G.  Ch.  Ch. 

Bradley,  J.  F.       Exeter       Palk,  A.  Univ. 

Cowell,M.B.        Wadh.    | 


Scott,  W.  J.  Merton 

Stewart,  M.  J.       Ch.  Ch 


Stratford-Dugdale, 

J.  Merton 

Vesey,  A.  C.  Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.— G.  E.  H.  Somerset.     E.  A.  Freeman.     C.  W.  Boase. 


Fellow  of  Queen's ;  afterwards  Principal  of  St.  Edmund  Hall. 


266 


CLASS  LISTS 


1858 


EASTEE    TEEM,  1858. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Blore,  G.  J.  Ch.  Ch. 

Bowen,  C.  S.  C.     Ball. 
Dicey,  A.  V.1         Ball. 

Chaplin,E.deSt.P.  Ball. 
Fowle,  T.  W.        Oriel 

Acock,  E.  M.  Magd. 

Benwell,  H.  Exeter 

Bradshaw,  J.  M.  Line. 

Hawkes,  S.  J.  Queen's 

Hellicar,  A.  G.  Wadh. 

Adams-Eeilly,  A. 


M.  W. 
Atkinson,  G.  D. 
Bennet,  E.  K. 
Eccles,  J.  W. 
Fawcett,  T. 


Bras. 

Univ. 
Univ. 
Wore. 
Queen's 


CLASS  I. 

Fearon,  D.  E.       Ball. 
Holland,  T.  E.2     Magd. 
Percival,  J.3          Queen's 

CLASS  II. 

Freeland,  A.  W.  Ball. 
Thompson,  A.  S.  Wadh. 

CLASS  in. 

Hewitt,  J.  K.  F.    Ch.  Ch. 
Jackson,  T.  G.       Wadh. 
Pilkington,  C.  H.  New 
Eoberts,  O.  Jesus 


Sergeant,  E.  W.    Ball. 
Waring,  G.  Mgd.H. 

Wodehouse,  E.  E.  Ball. 


Yorke,  J.  E. 


Ball. 


Swann,  J.  Oriel 

Warren,  S.  L.  Wadh. 

Willis,  A.  St.  J. 

Wood,  C.  E.  Wadh. 


CLASS  IV. 

Gillett,  H.  H.        Exeter    |  Parker,  E. 
Hoole,  C.  H.«         Mgd.H. 
Howard,  Hon.  G. 

T.  Ch.  Ch. 

Leighton,  B.          Ch.  Ch. 
Lewin,  E.  W.  E.   Pemb. 


Univ. 

Pattesdn,  T.  C.      Merton 
Portman,    Hon. 

W.  B.  Ch.  Ch. 

Tucker,  M.  Exeter 

Whitlock,  J.  A.    Bras. 


Examiners.— E.  H.  Hansell.     J.  Eiddell.     J.  E.  T.  Eogers.     A.  Grant. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Thomas,  D.5  Jesus 

CLASS  II. 
Nunn,  J.  J.       Wadh.  |     Tomlinson,  C.  H. 

CLASS  III. 
Beynon,  J.  M.    Jesus 

CLASS  IV. 

Hawkes,  S.  J.        Queen's 
Jones,  D.  Jesus 


Binney,  J.  E.  Bras. 
Blenkarne,  J.  C.  Pemb. 
Fawcett,  T.  Queen's 


Wore. 


Kirkbyj  G. 
Warren,  F.  K. 


Queen's 
Oriel 


Examiners.— S.  Eeynolds.     G.  S.  Ward.     T.  Eennison. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Allen,  J.       Exeter 

CLASS  II. 

Evans,  H.  N.  Exeter 

CLASS  HI. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 
Adams-Eeilly,  A.  M.  W.    Bras.     |        Mackey,  C.  W. 

Examiners.— C.  T.  Coote.    E.  Walker.    J.  A.  Dale. 


Wore. 


1  Fellow  of  Trinity ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

2  Fellow  of  Exeter ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  3  President  of  Trinity. 

*  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.  5  Fellow  of  Trinity. 


1858 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


267 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Beach,  Sir  M.  E.  H.,  Bt.    Ch.  Ch.     |       Stobart,  J.  W.  H.  Wore. 

CLASS  II. 
Waddington,  W.  W.       Bras.       |         Willats,  W.  H.         Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 
Thompson,  A.  S.   Wadh.    |  Tucker,  M.  Exeter    |  Woodham,W.H.  Wore. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bennet,  E.  K.        Univ.      I  Parker,  E.  Queen's  I  Percival,  J.1          Queen's 

Cornish,  W.  F.      Line.      |  Peel,  E.  Oriel       | 

Examiners,— A..  S.  Hill.     E.  A.  Freeman.      C.  W.  Boase. 


MICHAELMAS    TEKM,    1858. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Daniel,  C.  H.  O.    Wore. 

Sellar,A.C.          Ball.       1  Wilson,  E.  D.        Ball. 

Monro,  D.  B.2        Ball. 

1 

CLASS  II. 

Austen,  J.  M.        Bras. 
Broughton,  E.3     Ball. 
Cole,  W.  G.           Trin. 

Growse,  F.  S.         Queen's 
Hooper,  F.  A.  C.     Trin. 
James,  W.  P.         Oriel 

Procter,  J.  M.8      Trin. 
Eawdon,  J.  H.      Bras. 
Threlkeld,  C.         Queen's 

Crossman,  C.  D.    Wore. 

Leigh,  A.  H.  A.5  Ball. 

Whinfield,  E.  H.  Magd. 

Esson,  W.*            St.  J. 

Paxton,  F.  V.        Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Airey,  J.  P.            Queen's 
Baird,  W.               Line. 

Davidson,  H.         Oriel 
Fagan,  F.  C.          Merton 

Moberly,  G.  H.      Corpus 
Newman,  F.  S.      Queen'3 

Bramley,  T.           Queen's 
Cabban,  C.  P.         Queen's 

Foster,  C.  G.          Mgd.H. 
Hammond,  C.  E.   Exeter 

Packer,  I.  G.         Wore. 
Tupholme,  B.  S.    Mgd.H. 

Carter,  E.  O.          Oriel 

Heath,  W.  B.         Wadh. 

Wharton,  J.          Queen's 

Daveney,  T.  B.      Line. 

CLASS  IV. 

Blackmore,  E.       Ch.  Ch. 

Lightfoot,  E.  P.    Ball. 

Wheeler,  W.  H.    Wadh. 

Cave-Brown-Cave, 

Page,  T.  D.            Pemb. 

White,  W.  E.        Oriel 

W.  C.                  Mgd.H. 

Puckle,  E.             Mgd.H. 

Whiteside,  W.  O.  Ch.  Ch. 

Hill,  G.  B.  N.        Pemb. 

Shepherd,  T.  D.    Queen's 

Willson,  W.  W.    St.J. 

Leveson-Gower, 

Stowe,  E.               Bras. 

Wynne,  H.  Le  P.  Oriel 

G.  W.  G.            Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— E.  H.  Hansell.     J.  Eiddell.     J.  E.  T.  Eogers.     A.  Grant. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Blackburn, W.E.  Merton  |  Hammond,  C.E.   Exeter    |  Percival,  J.1 

CLASS  n. 

Monro,  D.B.2        Ball.       I  Price,  C.  Bras.       I  Taylor,  J. 

Pilkington,  C.  H.  New 

CLASS  III. 
Kett,C.W.  Mgd.H.     |     Waller,  E.  A.  Trin. 


Airey,  J.  P. 
Allan,  W. 


Queen's 
Wore. 


CLASS  IV. 

Blackmore,  E.       Ch.  Ch. 
Newman,  F.  S.      Queen's 


Examiners. — H.  Eeynolds. 


Eawdon,  J.  H. 
G.  S.Ward.    T.  Eennison. 


Queen's 
Pemb. 

Bras. 


1  President  of  Trinity. 
3  Fellow  of  Hertford. 
5  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


2  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Oriel. 
*  Fellow  of  Merton. 
6  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


268  CLASS  LISTS  1859 

In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 

Lewis,  T.  W.         Jesus      I   Scott,  C.J.  Merton  I  Vernon-Harcourt, 

Paxton,  F.V.        Ch.  Ch.  )  A.  G.1  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 
Browne,  A.  T.     Corpus 

CLASS  III. 
Llewelyn,  J.  T.  D.     Christ  Church 

CLASS  IV. 
Maclean,  G.  G.     Wadham 

Examiners.— G.  T.  Coote.     E.  Walker.     J.  A.  Dale. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Onslow,  F.  P.     Pembroke 

CLASS  n. 

Austen,  J.  M.        Bras.       1  Ellis,  Hon.  W.  C.  Ball.       I  Richardson,  E.  A.  Queen's 
Blore,  G.J.  Ch.  Ch.  |  McCaul,  S.  St.  J.      | 

CLASS  m. 
Leighton,  S.          Ball.       |  Tomlinson,  J.       Wadh.    |  Wood,  C.  E.          Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Crosby,  A.  J.         Wore.     |  St.  Pattrick,  E.     Queen's  1  Warner,  E.  E.       Exeter 
Fearon,  D.  E.        Ball.       [  Sheffield,  G.          Pemb.     |  Willes,  J.  G.  S.     Merton 

Examiners.— G.  E.  H.  Somerset.     E.  A.  Freeman.     C.  W.  Boase. 


EASTER   TERM,    1859. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Eutson,  A.  O.2  Univ. 
Warner,  J.  H.  BalL 
Warre,  E.»  Ball. 


CLASS  I. 

Digby,  K.  E.         Corpus    I  Hooper,  W.  Wadh. 

Green,  T.  H.          Ball.  Luke,  G.  E*  Ball. 

Hawkes,  G.  J.       Line.         Mchol,  J.  Ball. 

Hichens,  J.  K.  P.  Univ. 

CLASS  II. 

Brooke,  J.  I.          Univ.      I  Crowden,  C.          Line.      I  Evans,  W.  C.         Corpus 
Gary,  O.  H.  Ch.  Ch.  j  Curgenven,  F.H.  Corpus   |  Follett,  G.  Ball. 

CLASS  HE. 

Cooke,  G.F.          New       1  Mew,  J.  Wadh.    I  Pratt,  P.  E.  Exeter 

Girdlestone,  E.B.  Ch.  Ch.  | 

CLASS  IV. 


Bedwell,  F.  Corpus 

Bird,  S.  W.  E.       St.M.H. 
Blunt,  J.  Magd. 


Fitzmaurice,  J.G.  Univ. 
Gedge,  J.  D.  Mgd.H. 

Gem,  S.  H.  Univ. 


Halcomb,  F.          Wadh. 
Leach,  E.  B.          Bras. 
Wigram,  S.  E.      Ball. 


Examiners.— E.  H.  Hansell.     J.  Eiddell.     J.  W.  Caldicott.     C.S.Parker. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Esson.W.4  St.  J.         |         Nash,C.E.  F.       Pemb. 

1  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.  2  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 

3  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  *  Fellow  of  Merton. 


1859 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


269 


Broughton,  E.i     Ball. 
Fos.er.C.G. 


CLASS  II. 
Heath,  W.  B.        Wadh.    |  Miller,  J.  K.  C.     Corpus 

CLASS  HI. 
Owen,  E.  T.          Jesus 


CLASS  IV. 

Bowden-Trend,  J.  St.M.H.  I  Hawkes,  G.  J.       Line.      1  Mew,  J. 
Gedge,  J.  D.         Mgd.H.  |  I 

Examiners.—  B.  Price.     T.  H.  B.  Shand.     G.  S.  Ward. 


Wadh. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Bowling,  T.          Wadh.    |  Heaton,  F.  L.        Jesus      |  Leeds,  E. 

CLASS  n. 
None. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
Lightfoot,  E.  P.        Balliol 

Examiners.— G.  Eolleston.     H.  Eeynolds.     J.  A.  Dale. 


Wadh. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 
CLASS  I. 


11  Page,  T.  D.  Pemb. 

E.  B.  '    Univ.      I  Wordsworth,  W.  Ball. 


Dawson,  W.          Exeter   I  Hodges-Curteis, 
Eccles,  J.  W.        Wore.     |      E.  B. 

CLASS  II. 
Cowell,  H.  Wadh.    |  Graham,  A.  D.      Ch.  Ch.  |  Moberly,  G.  H.     Corpus 

CLASS  III. 

Lewis,  D.  Jesus      |  Tupholme,  B.  S.    Mgd.H.  [  Winter,  E.  E.        Mgd.H. 

Moore,  J.  Wore.     | 

CLASS  IV. 
Cabban,  C.  P.        Queen's  |  Letchworth,H.H.  Oriel       |  Lillingston,  C.  A.  Wore. 

Examiners.— E.  Owen.     M.  Bernard.     C.  E.  Oakley. 


MICHAELMAS    TEKM,  1859. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 
Hoole,  J.  W.        Queen's        |        McDowall,  C.        Univ. 


Alington,  H.  G.    Magd. 
Bradshaw,  E.  W.  Ch.  Ch. 
Browne,  T.  L.  M.  Univ. 
Fletcher,  E.  Wadh. 

George,  H.  B.        New 

Allen,  E.  H.          Ball. 
Coxhead,  J.  J.       Corpus 
Evans,  L.  P.          Corpus 


CLASS  II. 

Hills,  H.  A.  Ball. 

Lee- Warner,  J.2    Trin. 
Little,  E.  H.  Bras. 

Macdonald,W.H.  Edm.H. 
Oliver,  A.  Exeter 

CLASS  III. 

Fogg,  P.  P.  Jesus 

Harvey,  C.  M.        Ch.  Ch. 
Harwood,  T.  E.     Ch.  Ch. 


Sells,  A.  Merton 

Surridge,  H.  A.  D.  Mgd.  H, 
Walker,  J.  E.        Univ. 
Wodehouse,E.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 


James,  T.  H.  Exeter 
Mathews,  M.  A.  Merton 
Messenger,  J.  F.  Line. 


Fellow  of  Hertford. 


2  Fellow  of  University. 


270 


CLASS  LISTS 


1859 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 


Collins,  T.  F.  Bras. 
Dawson,  C.  A.  Ball. 
Hale,  W.  M.  Ball. 


CLASS  IV. 

Howell,  C.  G.        Ball. 
Mugliston,  J.         Wadh. 
Mullins,  G.  H.      Bras. 


Phillpotts,  W.  F.  New 
Thesiger.  Hon.  A. 
H.  Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.— E.  H.  Hansell.    J.  Eiddell.    J.  W.  Caldicott.    C.S.Parker. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physieis. 

CLASS  I. 
Espin,  J.  Merton         |         Keddle,  S.  S.         Corpus 

CEASS  II. 
Burrell,H.       Exeter          |         Walker,  C.  G.       Queen's 

CLASS  III. 
Messenger,  J.  F.     Lincoln 


Collins,  T.  F.         Bras. 
Duval,  P.  S.  Corpus 


CLASS  IV. 
n,  H.  L.     ( 
Macdonald,W.H.Edm.H.  |  Nichol,  J. 

Examiners.— H.  Price.    T.  H.  E.  Shand.    G.  S.  Ward. 


I  Harrison,  H.  L.     Ch.  Ch.   I  Mullins,  G.  H. 
Macdonald,W.H.Edm.H.  I  ' 


Bras. 
Ball. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 

CLASS  II. 
Flower,  J.  Exeter    |  Harington,  J.  D.   Exeter    |  Salwey,  H. 

CLASS  III. 
Draper,  W.  H.    Worcester 

CLASS  IV. 
Hayward,  J.    Wadham 

Examiners.— G.  Kolleston.    H.  Eeynolds.    J.  A.  Dale. 


Ch.  Ch. 


In  Jurispmdentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Holding,  W.         St.  J.       |  Leigh,  A.  H.  A.    St.  J.       |  Smithett,  E.  H.     Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 
Fitzmaurice,  J.  G.    University 

CLASS  III. 

Brassey,  T.  TJniv.      I   Green,  T.  H.          Ball.       I  Lane,  E.1  Ball. 

Clayton,  W.  B.      Bras.       |  Howard,Hon.G.T.Ch.  Ch.    | 

CLASS  IV. 

Arkell,  J.  Pemb.     I   Sells,  A.  Merton  I  Vernon,  J.  E.        Mgd.H. 

Hall,  E.  V.  Magd.     | 

Examiners.— E.  Owen.    M.  Bernard.    C.  E.  Oakley. 


Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


1860  BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES.  271 

EASTER    TERM,  1860. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 
Chute,  C.  W.1       Ball.       |  Jenkyns,  H.          Ball.       |  Tollemache,L.A.Ball. 

CLASS  II. 


Baillie-Skene,  W.2  Corpus 
Bullock,  W.  H.     Ball. 
Carr,  A.3  Coi 


Jackson,  W.  W.5  Ball. 
Pallett,  T.  C.  Line. 
Prothero.F.T.E.Ball. 


Shephard,  J.  Ball. 
Stanford,  W.B.  Ball. 
Stuart,  J.  Univ. 


jrpus 
Crawford,  D.4        Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Brown,  C.  A,         Ch.  Ch.  I  Hone,  E.  J.  "Wadh.    1  Millard,  F.  Queen's 

Clark,  P.  Wore.     | 

CLASS  IV. 


Bell,  T.  Exeter 

Buckmaster,  J.  N.  Corpus 


Eteberden,  W.  B.  Ch.  Ch. 
Oxenham,  R.  G-.    Exeter 


Ridgeway,  W.  H.  Mgd.H. 
Roberts,  J.  R.        Jesus 


Freeman,  R.M.     Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— H..  Wall.    J.  R.  T.  Eaton.    J.  W.  Caldicott.    C.  S.  Parker. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Griffiths,  J.     Jesus 

CLASS  II. 

Aglen,A.  S.          Univ.      1  George,  H.  B.        New       1  Kitto.J.F.  Alb.H. 

Deey,  A.  W.          Merton  | 

CLASS  HI. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 

Fryer,  F.  W.         Edm.H.  I  Jordan,  G.  W.       Magd.     1  Tollemache,L.A.Ball. 
Heberden,  W.  B.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Pallett,  T.  C.         Line.       |  Watson,  J.  S.        Univ. 

Examiners.— E.  Price.    T.  H.  R.  Shand.    C.  J.  Faulkner. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  L 
Church,  W.  S.6       Univ.         |         Hill,  W.  Edm.H. 

CLASS  II. 
Williams,  C.  T.    Pembroke 

CLASS  III. 
Livius,W.G.    St.  Edmund  Hall 

CLASS  TV. 
None. 

Examiners.— Gr.  Rolleston.    H.  Reynolds.    F.  T.  Conington. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderns. 

CLASS  I. 

Arnold,  F.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Evans,  J.  W.         Jesus      |  Kennaway,  J.  H.  Ball. 

Browne,  T.  L.  M.  Univ.      |  | 

1  Fellow  of  Magdalen.  2  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  s  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

*  Fellow  of  Lincoln.          5  Fellow  of  Exeter.  6  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


272  CLASS  LISTS  1860 

In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna  (continued). 

CLASS  II. 
Bedwell,F.  Corpus  |         Gem.  S.  H.  Univ. 


CLASS  m. 
Adam,  G.  E.  Edm.  H.        |         Baldwin,  0.  de  L.   Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 
Campbell,  W.  A.    Wore.  |         Winstanley,  F.  L.    Alb.H. 

Examiners,— E.  Owen.    M.  Bernard.    C.  E.  Oakley. 


MICHAELMAS    TEBM,  1860. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Berkley,  W.i 
Boyle,  E.  C. 


Bras. 
Trin. 


Atkinson,  G.  Univ. 

Badham,  F.  St.  J. 

Clarke,  E.  F.  St.  J. 

Cornish,  F.  F.  Exeter 


Abraham,  T.  S.     Exeter 
Beaumont,  F.M.   St.  J. 
Corlette,  J.  C.        Exeter 


Estcourt,G.T.B.Ball. 
Gepp,  W.  P.          Merton 
Griffith,  A.  F.        Merton 
Hammick,St.V.A.  Ball. 
Irby,  G.  P.  Merton 

Jeayes,  J.  Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  I. 
Butler-Johnstone. 
H.  A.                  Ch.  Ch. 
Latham,  F.  L.       Bras. 

Magrath,  J.  E.2     Oriel 
Wright,  E.  S.3       Ball. 

CLASS  n. 
Edmondes,  C.  G.  Trin. 
Follett,  C.  J.          St.  J. 
Jelf,  A.  E.             Ch.  Ch. 
Livingstone.E.G.4  Oriel 

Tonge,  G.              Line. 
Traill,  W.  F.          St.  J. 
Wace,  H.              Bras. 

CLASS  III. 
Follett,  W.  W.      Ch.  Ch. 
Harris,  E.               Line. 
Hayes,  E.              Alb.  H. 

Hordern,P.           Queen's 
Parnell,  F.             Ch.  Ch. 
Steward,  C.  E.       Magd. 

CLASS  IV. 

Jones,  W.W.         St.  J. 
Luck,  C.  T.            Exeter 
Madan,  H.  G.5        Corpus 
Meeres,  H.            Exeter 
Sharp,  J.                Queen's 
Smith,  T.                Merton 

Spyers,  H.  A.        Ball. 
Walker,  W.  C.       Trin. 
Waller,  A.             Ch.  Ch. 
Wellford,  J.  F.      Mgd.  H. 
West,  J.  W.           Line. 
Young,SirC.L.Bt.  New 

Examiners.—  H.  WalL    J.B.  T.Eaton.    J.  W.  Caldicott.    C.S.Parker. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Deane,  H. 


St.J. 


Adams,  W.  M.      New 
Houghton,  C.  A.  Exeter 


CLASS  I. 
|  Penny,  C.W.         Corpus    |  Price,  C.  J.  C.6       Ball. 

CLASS  II. 


Berkley,  „  .- 
Jelf,  A.  E. 


Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Jones,  W.  W.       St.  J. 


Openshaw,  T.  W.  Bras. 
Talbot,  T.  M.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 
Arnott,  A.  P.     Trinity 

CLASS  IV. 

Latham,  F.  L.  Bras. 
Magrath,  J.  E.2  Oriel 
Pearson,  A.  C. 


Tomlinson,WJE.M.  Ch.Ch. 


Wace,  H. 


Seaton,  J.  A. 
Sharp,  J. 


Ball. 
Examiners.— B.  Price.    T.  H.  E.  Shand.    C.  J.  Faulkner. 


Bras. 


Trin. 
Queen's 


1  Fellow  of  Trinity.  2  Fellow,  afterwards  Provost,  of  Queen's. 

3  Fellow  of  Oriel.  4  Fellow  of  Pembroke.  4  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

6  Fellow  of  Exeter. 


1861 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 


273 


Church,  A.  H.       Line. 
Dawkins,  W.  B.    Jesus 


Price,  C.  J.  C.1      Ball. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
I  Griffin,  F.C.G.     Line.      I 

CLASS  II. 
Lake,  E.  Wadham 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
Brass,  J.  Pembroke 

Examiners.— G.  Rolleston.    H.  Reynolds.    F.  T.  Conington. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


Elvrin,  G. 


Foster,  E.  J. 


Astley,  T.  A.         Ch.  Ch. 
Beddome,  J.  A.     Pemb. 
Oxenham,  R.  G.    Exeter 


Brunei,  I.  Ball. 

Hodgkinson,G.  L.  Pemb. 


CLASS  L 
Corpus         |        Pritchard,  H. 

CLASS  II. 
Ch.Cb,        |        Williams,  R.B.V.   Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Smith,  D.  Ball. 

Turner,  E.  Ch.  Ch. 


Oriel 


Weale,  J.  P.  M.     Trin. 
Welby,  E.M.E.   Corpus 


CLASS  IV. 
Horsfall,  T.  M.     Wore. 


Radcliff,  J. 


Trin. 


Villiers,  H.  M.      Ch.  Ch. 
Wickham,  F.  R.    New 


Examiners,— R.  Owen.    M.Bernard.    C.E.Oakley. 


EASTEB    TEKM,  1861. 


Elton,  C.  I.« 
Gibson,  W.F. 


Bryce,  J.2 

Ball. 

Exeter 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Trin.          |         Giffard,  H.  A.3  Corpus 
CLASS  II. 


Austen,  S.  C.  Bras. 

Burra,  J.  S.  Univ. 

Lockhart,  E.  H.  Univ. 

Bates,  J.  L.  Trin. 

Finch.  T.  R.  Wadh. 

Jefferson,  F.  R.  Edm.H. 


Medd,  C.  S.  Univ. 

Merivale,  H.  C.     Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Monro,  R.  W.        Ball. 
Smith,  J.  H.          Merton 

CLASS  IV. 

Norman,  G.  E.  W.  Line. 
Orme,  J.  B.  Bras. 

Parker,  E.  B.         Pemb. 


Nettleship,  H.s      Corpus 


Stabback  -  Johns, 

W. 
Tomes,  R.  J. 

Powell,  H.  C. 
Rivington,  L. 


Exeter 
Exeter 


Oriel 
Magd. 


Examiners.— H.  Wall.    J.  R.  T.  Eaton.    E.  Palin.    N.Pinder. 


1  Fellow  of  Exeter.  2  Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

4  Fellow  of  Queen's.  5  Fellow  of  Lincoln  ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Corpus. 

T 


274  CLASS  LISTS  1861 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Giffard,  H.  A.*      Corpus        |        Matthews,  J.  E.     Pemb. 

CLASS  n. 
Medd,  C.  S.      University 

CLASS  III. 

Morris,  E.  L.    Pembroke 
CLASS  IV. 


Bengough.  E.  S.    Oriel 
Hesketh-Fleetwood, 


Martin,  W.  W.      Bras. 
Sellon,  E.  Edm.H. 


Wicksteed,  J.  H.  Wore. 


P.  L.  N.I.H. 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Dale.    G.  S.  Ward.    C.  J.  Faulkner. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Madan,  H.  G.2       Corpus        |        Shepherd,  A.  B.    Bras. 

CLASS  n. 
Eobinson,  G.  C.     Ch.  Ch.        |        Were,  T.  K.          Corpus 

CLASS  m. 
None. 

CLASS  TV. 


Caswall,  E.  C.       Edm.H. 
Grant,  Sir  G.MJBt.  Ch.  Ch. 


Morrell,F.P.        St.  J.      I  Phelps,  K.  All  Souls 


Examiners.— T?.  T.  Conington.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    G.  Griffith. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 
CLASS  I. 

None. 
CLASS  n. 

Chute,  C.  W.3        Ball.       I  Early,  J.  B.  Wore.     I  Legge,  Hon.  A.     Ch.  Ch. 

Dickins,  H.C.       New       |  Farrell,M.F.       Exeter   | 

CLASS  m. 
Greenhill,  H.  J.      Trin.        |        Gregory,  J.  P.       Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Andrews,  P.          Ball.       |  Godfrey,  F.  Line.      |  Thomas,  G.  G.  T.  Ball. 

Examiners.— E.  Michell.    M.  Bernard.    W.  W.  Shirley. 


MICHAELMAS    TERM,  1861. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Eddy,  C.2  Trin. 


Maidlow,  J.  M.      Queen's     Eamsay,  G.  G.       Trin. 


CLASS  I. 
Marshall,  J.MCC.4  Trin.       I   Stanley,  Hon. E.L.  Ball. 


Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.  2  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

Fellow  of  Magdalen.  *  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


1861 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 


275. 


CLASS  II. 

Chavasse,  A.  S.1 
Collett,  W.  M.2 
Edwards,  Z. 

Ball. 
Trin. 
Wadh. 

Griffin,  E.  F.          Mgd.H. 
Orton,  O.                Corpus 

CLASS  III. 

Ostler,  J.  M.          Magd. 
Quennell,  W.        Wore. 

Fletcher,  I. 
Ford,  E.  S. 
Little,  E.  W. 
Myres,  W.  M. 

Queen's 
Ball. 
Oriel 
Bra«. 

Palmer,  E.  C.        Ball. 
Prescot,  C.  W.       Bras. 
Eumsey,  H.  ~L.      New 
Snowdon,  E.  K.     Line. 

Teulon,  J.  S.          Line, 
Townley,  E.  J.       Bras. 
Weightman,  W.    Line. 

CLASS  IV. 

Alington,  J.  W. 
Carpenter,  H.  J. 
Chute,  D.  W. 
Davidson,  J.  E. 

Magd. 
Bras. 
Univ. 
Univ. 

Grindle,  E.  S.        Queen's 
Insley,  W.  P.         Wadh. 
Melville,  E.            Magd. 
Neale,  W.  E.         St.  J. 

Eidsdale,  S.  O.  B.  Wadh. 
Stonhouse,  W.  L.  Bras. 
Waller,  G.  C.         Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners.— H.  Wall.    J.  E.T.Eaton.    E.  Palin.    N.  Pinder. 


Griffith,  A.  F. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Merton  j  Harcourt,  L.  F.V. 
CLASS  II. 
None. 


Ball.   1  Maidlow,J.M.     Queen's 


CLASS  III. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 


Champneys,  W.    Bras. 
Eddy,  C.3  Trin. 

Ffinch,  M.  M.        Oriel 


Grice,  J. 


Queen's 


Hammick,St.V.A.  Ball. 
Magralh,  C.  F.      Pemh. 


Quennell,  W.        Wore. 
Townley,  E.  J.      Bras. 
Whitwell,  J.  M.    Pemb. 


Examiners.— J.  A.  Dale.    G.  S.  Ward.    C.  J.  Faulkner. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Northcote,  A.  B.    Queen's        |        Woodward,  E.      Exeter 

CLASS  II. 
None. 

CLASS  IIL 
Salting,  W.  S.    Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 

Smith,  H.  Ch.  Ch.        \        Whipham,  T.  T.        Oriel 

Examiners.— H.  J.  S.  Smith.    G.  Griffith.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


Bryce,  J.2 
Elton,  C.  I.3 

Alford,  D.  P. 
Austen,  S.  C. 

CLASS  I. 
Trin.          Goddard,  F.  A.      St.  J. 
Ball. 
CLASS  II. 
Exeter       Hook,  W.               Ch.  Ch. 
Bras.         Hussey,  H.  W.      Ch.  Ch. 

Urquhart,  E.  W.  Ball. 
Le  Marchant,H.D.  Ch.  Ch. 

1  Fellow  of  University.             2  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

T2 

3  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

276 


CLASS  LISTS 


18G2 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna  (continued). 


Bulkeley,  LI.  T.  Wore. 
Campbell,  W.  H.  Univ. 
Davies,  T,  G.  Bras. 
Estcourt,G.T.J.B.  Ball. 

Cunningham,  E.   Bras. 
Haddan,  A.  S.       Edm.H. 


CLASS  III. 

Haughton,  J.         Ch.  Ch. 
Johnstone,  J.         St.  J. 
Legge,  A.  A.  K.     Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 
Lindley-Wood,  C.  Ch.  Ch. 


Kaikes,  C.  H. 
Spyers,  H.  A. 
Syers,  H.  S. 


Wreford,  J. 


Oriel 
Ball. 
Bras. 


Univ. 


Examiners.— E. Michell.    M.Bernard.    W.W.Shirley. 


EASTER   TERM,  1862. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Bigg,  C.1  Corpus 

Malcolm,  W.E.2  Ball. 


Gladstone,  W.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 

Godfrey,  C.  Wore. 

Harding,  E.  G.  Wadh. 

Keeling,  W.  H.  Wadh. 

Beesly,  A.  H.  Wadh. 

Couchman,  H.  Trin. 

Evans,  G.  H.  P.  Line. 

Evans,  J.  J.  Corpus 


Jackson,  B.  Exeter 

Lethbridge,  E.      Exeter 


CLASS  I. 

Phillpotts,  J.  S.  New 
Simcox,  G.  A.3  Corpus 

CLASS  II. 

Mackay,  M.  J.  G.  Univ. 
Morrison,  G.  Ball. 
Eeade,  H.  St.  J.  Univ. 
Tancock,  0.  W.  Exeter 

CLASS  in. 

Gaisford,  T.  A.  Ch.  Ch. 
Gawne,  E.  M.  Ch.  Ch. 
Harrison,  W.  S.  Corpus 
Jeaffreson,  W.  J.  Line. 

CLASS  IV. 
Koberts,E.T.        Oriel 


Smith,  E.  B.*         Corpus 
Symonds,  J.  A.5    Ball. 


Thompson,  H.  L.  Ch.  Ch. 
Webb,  A.  B.6          Corpus 
Weigall,  A.  B.       Bras. 
White,  J.3  Ball. 


Johnstone,  C.  F.    Ball. 
Ley,  W.  C.  Magd. 

Moorhouse,  M.  B.  Queen's 


Stanhope,Hon.E.2Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners,— W.  Hedley.    E.Palifi.    N.Pinder.    C.W.Boase. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Evans,  F.  S.      Magd.         |        Grove,  C.  Ball. 

CLASS  H. 
None. 

CLASS  in. 
Castellain,  C.    Balliol 

CLASS  IV. 

Blackwood,  T.       Queen's  I  Harding,  E.  G.      Wadh.    I  Pilcher,  F. 
Elliott,  F.B.         Exeter   |  | 

Examiners.- -3 '.  A.  Dale.    B.  Price.    G.  S.  Ward. 


Oriel 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Bosanquet,B.H.M.7  Ball.    |  Harcourt,  L.  F.V.  Ball.       |  Payne,  J.  F. 


Magd. 


1  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.       2  Fellow  of  All  Souls.        3  Fellow  of  Queen's. 
4  Fellow  of  Trinity.  «  Fellow  of  Magdalen.       6  Fellow  of  University 

i  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


1862 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


277 


CLASS  II. 
None. 

CLASS  HI. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
Edmondes,  F.  W.  Jesus      |  Jefferson,  F.  E.    Edm.H.  {  Thompson,  W.  O.  Exeter 

Examiners.— H.  J.  S.  Smith.    G.  Griffith.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Le  Strange,  H.  S.  Christ  Church 

CLASS  H. 
Campion,  C.W.         Ball.        1        Glyn,  A.  C.  Univ. 

CLASS  HI. 

Green,  J.  H.          Wadh.    |  Hopkins,  H.  Corpus  I  Hulton,H.E. 

Hodge,  C.  F.  D.     Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 
Hasell,J.  E.         Oriel      |  Tanner,  A.  B.        Wadh.   j  Uthwatt,H.A. 

Examiners.— E.  Miehell.    G.  Smith.    W.W.Shirley, 


Trin. 


Trin. 


MICHAELMAS    TEBM,    1862. 


In  Literis  Humanioribua. 


CLASS  I. 

Balmer,  J.  P.        Oriel       I  Patch,  J.  T.  Exeter 

Bywater,  I.1          Queen's  |  Eanken,  E.  B.       Ball. 

CLASS  IX 

Batten,  J.  Ball.          Gibson,  E.  G.        Oriel 

Blaek,  J.  W.         Bras.          Jackson,  T.  W.2    Ball. 
Dallin,  T.  F.3        Merton      Lee,  J.  B.  Exeter 

CLASS  m. 

Bousfield,  C.  H.    Queen's  J  Colvin,  J.  W.        Corpus 
Bubb,  O.  Corpus   j  Maddock,  W.  H.  St.  J. 

CLASS  IV. 
Gibbs,J.H.     Queen's        I        Monkhouse,  P.  E.    Merton 

Examiners.— J.  M.  Wilson. 


Stephens.  W.  E.W.Ball . 
Tait,  W.  J.2  Ball. 


Pater,  W.  H.4        Queen's 
Williams,  J.          Trin. 
Wilson,  E.  J.        Merton 


Ogilvy,  C.  W.  N.   Ch.  Ch. 
Paramore,  D.  E.    St.J. 


W.  Hedley.     E.  Palin.     C.  W.  Boase. 


Chancellor,  F.      Bras. 


Castellain,  A. 
Hope,  S. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
|   Cuthbert,  G.  S.      Ch.  Ch.  j  Davenport,  J.  D.4  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Ball.       I  Moore,  H.D.        Pemb.     I  Philpott,  V.  W.     Ch.  Ch. 
Queen's  j 


Godfrey,  C. 


CLASS  III. 
Wore.         |         Grindle,  E.  S.    Queen's 


1  Fellow  of  Exeter. 
3  Fellow  of  Queen's. 


2  Fellow  of  Worcester. 
4  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


278 


CLASS  LISTS 


1863 


Bywater,  I.1 
Cowie,  H.  G. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis  (continued). 
CLASS  IV. 

Weightman,T.T.  Mgd.H. 


Queen's 
Pemb. 


Graham,  H.  J. 
Eussell,  F. 


Queen's 
Ball. 


Examiners.— 3.  A.  Dale.     B.  Price.     G.  S.  "Ward. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 


Furneaux,  A.       Ball. 


CLASS  I. 
Davidson,  J.  E.       University 

CLASS  II. 
[  Galton,  J.  C.         Exeter   |  Tiddeman,  R.  H.  Oriel 

CLASS  III. 
None. 


CLASS  IV. 
Evans,  G.  H.  P.    Line.         |         Scott,  E.  J.  L.       Line. 

Examiners.— G.  Kolleston.     H.  J.  S.  Smith.     A.  G.  V.  Harcourt. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia 

CLASS  I. 
Chavasse,  A.  S.»    Ball.       |  Pope,  G.H.          Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 

Denison,  E.  Ch.  Ch.  |    Longhurst,  W.  H. 

Hall,J.M.  Wore.     I       B.  Pemb. 

I  McQueen,J.E.     Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Brodrick,  A.         Ball. 
Cadogan,  Hon.  G. 

H.*  Ch.  Ch. 

Davies,  B.  M.        Ch.  Ch. 


Moderna. 
|  Eobarts,  C.  H. 

Ollivant,  J.  E. 
Stopford,  S. 


Ch.  Ch 


Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 


Gladstone,  W.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 
Gunther,  W.  J.  Queen's 
Hastings,  J.S.M.  St.  J. 


CLASS  IV. 

Copleston,  J.  H.    Corpus    |  Duncombe,  A.       Univ. 
Examiners.— R.  Miehell.     C.  S.  Eoundell. 


Heberden,  H.  B.  Exeter 
Jackson,  W.  Mgd.H. 
Simcox,  G.  A.5  Corpus 


|  Kilvert,E.F.        Wadh. 
W.  W.  Shirley. 


EASTER    TERM,  1863. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Abbot,  Hon.  E.C. 

E.6  Ch.  Ch. 

Barton,  A.  T.7        Corpus 
Bloxsidge,  S.  J.  B.  Exeter 


Boyle,  E.  F.s         Ball. 
Croft,  A.  W.          Exeter 
Kekewich,  G.  W.  Ball. 
Mylne,  G.  F.         Ball. 


CLASS  I. 

Brodie,  E.s  Trin. 

Browne,  H.  L.5      Jesus 
Caird,  E.9  Ball. 

Cartwright,  J.  S.  BaU. 

CLASS  LT. 

Nesbitt,  B.  H.       Jesus 
Parker,  A.  W.       Line. 
Eeichel,  0.  J.         Queen's 
Shorting,  C.G.H.N.  I.  H. 


Clifford,  C.  W. 
Fearon,  W.  A. 
Grenfell,  E.  F.       Que 
Shadwell,  C.  L.10  Ch.  Ch. 


Corpus 
New 


Turner,  E.  J. 
Wigram,  E. 
Wylde,  J. 


Wadh. 
Magd. 
Magd. 


1  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

3  Fellow  of  All  Souls.        4  The  fifth  Earl  of  Cadogan. 
6  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  the  third  Lord  Colchester. 
8  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.       9  Fellow  of  Merton. 


2  Fellow  of  University. 
5  Fellow  of  Queen's. 
7  Fellow  of  Pembroke. 
10  Fellow  of  Oriel, 


1863  BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS.  279 

CLASS  HE. 

Durham,  G.  H.     Queen's        |        Phelps,  P.  A.       Queen's 
CLASS  IV. 


Beachcroft,  F.  P.  Exeter 
Berwick,  T.  J.       Queen's 


Stocks,  S.  H.         Alb.  H.  I  Wigram,  H.          Univ. 
Tidy,  T.  M.  Queen's     Woodgate,  W.  B.  Bras. 


Eyre,  G.  E.  B.       Ball. 

Examiners.— J.  M.  "Wilson.     C.  "W.  Boase.     C.  S.  Parker.      L.  Campbell. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Bosanquet,  E.  H.  M.1       Balliol 

CLASS  II. 

Alford,  C.  Corpus    |  Croft,  A.  W.         Exeter   |  Lethbridge,  E.      Exeter 

CLASS  HI. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 

Blakelock,  E.        Line.      I  Shayler,  A.  S.        Alb.  H.  I  Turner,  E.  J.         Wadh. 
Phelps,  P.  A.         Queen's  1  | 

Examiners.  — B.  Price.     G.  S.  Ward.     G.  C.  Bell. 


In  Scientia  M"aturali. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 

CLASS  H. 
Thornewill,  C.  F.  Corpus 

CLASS  in. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
Durham,  G.  H.  Queen's 

Examiners.— G.  Eolleston.    J.  A.  Dale.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 

Laing,  E.2    Wadham 

CLASS  II. 

Brierley,  J.  H. 
Browne,  C.  C. 
Cripps,  W.  J. 

Wadh. 
Univ. 
Trin. 

Johnstone,  C.  F.     Ball. 
Kirk,  H.                   Wadh. 
Lach-Szyrma,W.S.  Bras. 

McGill,  W.  E. 
Stuart,  E.  A. 

Pemb. 
Exeter 

CLASS  HI. 

Pearson,  A.  A. 

New       |  Tyssen,  E.D.           Oriel 

Vaughan,  E.  T. 

Pemb. 

CLASS  IV. 

Burnett,  J.  D. 
Legh,  H.  E. 

Ball. 
Ball. 

Eanken,  E.  B.         Ball. 

Wigram,  H. 

Univ. 

Examiners.— -E.  A.  Freeman.    C.  S.  Eoundell.    W.  W.  Shirley. 
1  Fellow  of  St.  John's.  2  Fellow  of  Corpus. 


280 


CLASS  LISTS 


1863 


MICHAELMAS    TERM,  1863. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Cheyne,  J.  Trin. 

Duncan,  Viscount1  Ball. 


Appleton,  C.  E.  C. 

B.  St.  J. 

Bousfield,  J.  H.  Queen's 
Butler,  F.  B.  Merton 
Channing,  F.  A.4  Exeter 


Armstrong,  J.       Oriel 
Bell,J.W.B.        Mgd.H. 
Biggs,  L.  C.  EdmJI. 


CLASS  I. 

Fawssett,  J.  B.      Exeter 
Martin,  C.2  New 

CLASS  n. 

Collyer,  J.  M.        Univ. 
Copeman,  F.  J.      Ch.  Ch. 
Gamble,  J.  G.        Magd. 
Merriott,  J.  H.      Merton 
Moore,  H.  W.5       Merton 

CLASS  ITT. 

Foulkes,  A.  L.       Queen's 
Hannam,  A.  Merton 

Hartnell,  A.  All  S. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 


Thursfield,  J.  E.3  Corpus 


Plummer,  A.6        Exeter 
Smith,  J.  H.  Univ. 

Taylor,  J.  H.          Queen's 
Waller,  C.  H.        Univ. 
Washbourn,  J.A.B.  Perab. 


Jacobson,  W.B.    Ch.  Ch. 
Inge,  F.  G.  Ch.  Ch. 

Pope,  W.  Univ. 


Examiners.— 3 .  M.  Wilson.    J.  K.  T.  Eaton.    C.S.Parker.    D.B.Monro. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematieis  et  Physicis. 


Durham,  G.  H. 
Fearon,  W.  A. 


Queen's 
New 


CLASS  I. 
Nesbitt,  B.  H.       Jesus 


Pirie,  F.  L. 


Ball. 


Challis,  H.  W. 


Froude,  E.  H. 


Callister,  J.  B.      Oriel 
Channing,  F.  A.*  Exeter 
Cheyne,  J.  Trin. 


CLASS  U. 
Merton  |  Watts,  E.W.  Line. 

CLASS  HE. 
N.I.H.  |  Waller,  C.H.  Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 


Jones,  B.  M. 
Smith,  J.  H. 
Smith,  J.  N. 


Jesus 
Univ. 
Pemb. 


Tebbs,  S.  N. 


St.  J. 


Washbourn,  J.  A. 
E.  Pemb. 


Examiners.— -W.  F.  Donkin.    B.  Price.    C.  L.  Dodgson. 


Ellis,  E. 


Jesus 


In  Scientia  Waturali. 

CLASS  L 
Bright,  G.C.    Balliol 

CLASS  II. 
Atkinson,  G.  T.    Queen's 

CLASS  m. 
Langdon,  E.    New 

CLASS  IV. 
|  Jones,  H.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Swan,  W. 


Queen's 


Examiners. — G.  Eolleston.    J.  A.  Dale.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt. 


1  The  third  Earl  of  Camperdown. 
3  Fellow  of  Jesus.  *  Fellow  of  University. 

6  Fellow  of  Trinity. 


2  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 
5  Fellow  of  Exeter. 


1864 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


281 


Abbot,  Hon.  E.  C. 
E.  i  Ch.  Ch. 


Bagwell,  R  Ch.  Ch. 

Byles,  W.  B.          Univ. 
Collins,  K.  H.        Line. 

Arathoon,  J.H.W.  St.M.H. 
Kelly,  F.  H.          Univ. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 

Carrington-Ley,  J.  Ch.  Ch.  1  Dendy,  A.2 
Davies,E.E.  Ch.Ch.j  Vidal,O.A. 

CLASS  II. 
French,  S.  Ch.  Ch. 


Graham,  H.  J.       Queen's 

CLASS  HI. 
Lodge,  O.  Pemb. 


Shadwell,  C. 
Temple,  C.  E. 


Ball. 
Trin. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 


Wickham,  J.  D.  C.  Exeter 


Keichel,  O.  J.        Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 
Bellairs,  H.  S.  K.      Pemb.         |         Hignett,  G.E.  Bras. 

Examiners.— E.  A.  Freeman.    C.  S.  Eoundell.    S.  J.  Owen. 


EASTER    TERM,  1864. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Chatfield,  K.  M. 

Corpus 

Ilbert,  C.  P.           Ball. 

Eobinson,  A.s 

Univ. 

Clive,  A.  A.* 

Ball. 

Luxmoore,  H.  E.  Pemb. 

Williams,  E.6 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hincks,  T. 

Ball. 

Purves,  J.              Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Carr,  C.  E. 

Wadh. 

Cornish,  C.  E.        Exeter 

Moulsdale,  E.  0. 

Jesus 

Christian,  G. 

Ball. 

Donaldson,  A.  B.  Oriel 

Sladen,  E. 

Ball. 

Cobbett,  E.  S. 

Pemb. 

CLASS  in. 

Deane,  W.  E. 
Edwards,  B.  A. 

Mgd.H. 
Jesus 

Thomas,  T.  L.       Jesus      J  "Wells,  J. 
Walker,  J.  D.        Univ.      | 

Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Beale,  D.  C. 

Exeter 

Hubbard,  E.          Ch.  Ch. 

Warman,  J.  S. 

Ball. 

Dangar,  J.  G. 

St.J. 

Eose,  H.  J.             Oriel 

Examiners.— J.  M.  Wilson.    J.  E.  T.  Eaton.    A.Watson.    L.Campbell. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Balmer,  E.  L.7      Mgd.  H.         |         Gamble,  J.  G.          Magd. 

CLASS  II. 

Harding,  J.  Bras.      |  Jenkins,  E.  Jesus      |  Poyntz,N. 

CLASS  in. 

None. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bardsley,  G.  W.       Wore.         |         Dangar,  J.  G.       St.  John's 

Examiners.— W.  F.  Donkin.    T.  H.  E.  Shand.    E.  Faussett. 


Pemb. 


1  Fellow  of  All  Souls ;  the  third  Lord  Colchester. 

3  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

5  Fellow  of  New  College.         6  Fellow  of  Merton. 


2  Fellow  of  University. 
4  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 
7  Fellow  of  Hertford. 


282 


CLASS  LISTS 


1864 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Pode,  C.  C.    Exeter 

CLASS  n. 
None. 

CLASS  m. 


CLASS  IV. 

Dodd,  F.  S.    Trinity 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Dale.    G.  Griffith.    W.  S.  Church. 

In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 

CLASS  TL 

Bourke,  C.  F.  J.    Corpus    I   Kenyon,  Hon.  G.  I  Moore,  H.  H.        Wore. 

Greene,  T.  W.       Magd.     |      T.  Ch.  Ch.     Kussell.  J.  C.         Magd. 

CLASS  in. 
Livingstone, A.G.  Queen's  |  Pickering,  P.  G.  U.  Merton  |  Shrewsbury,  C.  P.  St.  J. 

CLASS  IV. 

Beachcroft,  F.  P.  Exeter   1  Wykeham,  P.  J.D.Exeter  [  York,  E.  C.  Ch.  Ch 

Hamilton,  H.  B.  Ch.  Ch.  |  | 

Examiners. — E.  A.  Freeman.    S.  J.  Owen.    K.  E.  Digby. 


MICHAELMAS    TEBM,  1864. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Crowfoot,  J.  H.»  Trin. 

Owen,  J.  A.2          Ch.  Ch. 

Salwey,  H.            Ch.  Ch. 

Emberson,  F.  C.   Wadh. 

Papillon,  T.  L.3     Ball. 

Simcox,  W.  H.s      Ball. 

Gilliat,  E.              Pemb. 

Platt,  H.  E.  P.*      Trin. 

Skeffington,  S.W.2  Bras. 

Milroy,  A.  W.       Queen's 

CLASS  n. 

Aitken,  W.  H.  M. 

Daniel,  W.  E.        Wore. 

Kingsford,  W.  B.  Oriel 

H.                       Wadh. 

Graham,  H.  J.  L.  BaU. 

Maitland,  J.          Univ. 

Argles,  G.  M.        Ball. 

Harrison,  W.A.D.  Corpus 

Nowers,  J.  E.  L.    Wadh. 

Baker,  W.              St.  J. 

Huckin,  H.  K.       St.  J. 

Salt,  T.  F.              Oriel 

Candy,  G.               Wadh. 

Hull,  C.  W.           Queen's 

Thresher,  J.  H.     New 

Chenevix,  H.         Wore. 

Huyshe,  F.  J.        Bras. 

Wilkinson,  E.       Exeter 

Cruso,  H.  E.  T.     Wore. 

Jackson,  H.           Pemb. 

CLASS  HI. 

Alexander,  G.  C.  Oriel 

Jebb,  A.  T.            Ball. 

Matthews,  W.  S.  Bras. 

Barber,  H.  W.       Queen's 

Kynnersley,  E.  M. 

Ormsby,  H.  W.     Queen's 

Carey,  C.  E.            Exeter 
Gill,  J.                    Mgd.H. 
Gurney,  F.             Ball. 

S.6                        Ball. 
Langford,  J.  F.     Ball. 
Madan,  J.  K.         Queen's 

Smith,  C.  W.         Trin. 
Walker,  F.  A.       Ch.  Ch. 
Wyat^  W.             BaU. 

Idle,  J.  H.             Line. 

CLASS  IV. 

Dundas,  G.  S.        Exeter 

Parker,  F.  P.          Oriel 

Samson,  L.            Ch.  Ch. 

James,  M.              Exeter 

Price,  W.  J.           Jesus 

Wrench,  K.  G.  K.  Pemb. 

Examiners.—  C.  P.  Chretien.    J.  E.  T.  Eaton.    A.  Watson.    T.  Fowler. 

1  Fellow  of  Jesus.  2  Fellow  of  University 

3  Fellow  of  Merton ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  New  College.      4  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 
5  Fellow  of  Queen's.  6  Fereday  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


1864 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES.  283 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


CLASS  I. 
Corfield,  W.  H.i    Magd.    |  McNeile,  H.2        Ch.  Ch.  |  Kobinson,  A.*        Univ. 

CLASS  II. 

Barber,  E.  Magd.     I  Fry,W.T.  Exeter    I  Huckin,  H.  B,       St.  J. 

Deane.W.E.        Mgd.H.  |  | 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 

Burgess,  T.  St.  J.      |  Matthews,  W.  S.  Bras.       I  ThorpyE.  Mgd.H, 

Cheston,  C,  Merton  [  Nowers,  J.  E.  L.   Wadh.    ( 

Examiners.— -B.  Price.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    C.  J.  Faulkner. 


In  Scientia  Natural! 

CLASS  I. 

Mgd.H.  I  Chapma 
Brown,  S.  S. 


Blunt,  T.  P.          Mgd.H.  I  Chapman,  E.4        Merton  }  Wilson,  W.  L.       Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 


CLASS  II. 
Hony,  C.  W.      Exeter 

CLASS  in. 
Bulley,  J.  F.         Magd.     |  Morris,  J.  Jesus      \  Toye,  A.  J.  MagcU 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.—  3.  A.  Dale.    G.  Griffith.    W.  S.  Church. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 

Glaister,  W.          Univ.      I  Huddleston,  T.  J.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Pike,  F.  P.  Pemb. 

Hockmg,  H.H.     St.J.      |   Hunt,  W.  Trin. 


CLASS  II. 

I  Hughes 
K.  W.  Ch.  Ch. 


Byles,  M.  B.          Univ.      |  Hughes,  A.  Ch.  Ch.  j  Linton,  S.  Wadh. 

Chafy,  W. .     " 


CLASS  III. 
May.H.W.  Ch.  Ch.        |        Peckham,  H.  J.         Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Goddard,  W.  W.  Exeter    I  Landale,  D.  L.      Bras.      1  Eichardson,  F.  H.  St.  J. 
Grigg,  H.  B.          Queen's  [  Powell,  J.  B.         Exeter   | 

Examiners.— E.  A.  Freeman.    S.  J.  Owen.    K.  E.  Digby. 


1  Fellow  of  Pembroke.  2  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 

3  Fellow  of  New  College.  *  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


284 


CLASS  LISTS 


1865 


EASTER   TERM,  1865. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Addis,  W.              Ball. 

Ogle,  H.  C.            Magd. 

Shadwell,  J.B.L.    Ch.  Ch. 

Awdry,  W.1           BaU. 
Bramston,  J.  T.     New 

Pearson,  C.  J.        Corpus 
Eaper,  E.  W.*        Trin. 

Tyssen,  A.  D.         Merton 
Wood,  J.*              Ball. 

Crawley,  B.2          Univ. 

Eidley,  M.  W.<     BaU. 

Woods,  H.  G.6       Corpus 

Hookham,  G.        Line. 

CLASS  II. 

Daman,  H.            Magd. 

Ley,  A.                  Ch.  Ch. 

Prickard,  A.  O.     New 

Escott,  T.  H.  S.     Queen's 

Morris,  E.  H.         Jesus 

Shephard,  H.  H.  Ball. 

Ker,  D.                   Wadh. 
Kibble,  J.              Ch.  Ch. 
Lester,  J.  D.          Jesus 

Park,  M.  T.            Line. 
Platten,  T.  E.        Line. 

Slipper,  E.  G.        Ch.  Ch. 
Wordsworth,  J.?  New 

CLASS  III. 

Bush,  J.  W.           Queen's 
Clive,  C.  M.  B.      Ball. 

Morrison,  A.          Ball.       1  Pugh,  H.  B.           Ball. 
Morson,  J.  C.  F.    Jesus          Sealy,  E.  M.           Trin. 

Cope,  C.  H.            Line. 

Overton,  E.  S.       Pemb.     j  Sharpe,  L.  L.         St.  J. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bennett-  Webb.K.  Pemb.     I  Eumsey,  E.  F.       Bras. 

Wigram,  L.          New 

Jenkyns,  E.           Trin.      j  West,  M.  E.           Queen's 

Examiners.—  A.  Watson.    T.  Fowler.    W.  C.  Sidgwick.    D.B.Monro. 

Balleine,  G.  0. 
Evans,  H.  H. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Queen's  I  Hughes,  H.  Ch.  Ch.  J  Miles,  W. 

Line. 


Oriel 


CLASS  II. 
Williams,  D.  Jesus 

CLASS  III. 
Morson,  J.  C.  F.  Jesus 

CLASS  IV. 
Ullathorne,  P.  Exeter 

Examiners.— H.  J.  S.  Smith.    D.  Thomas.    W.  Esson. 


In  Scientia  Naturali 

CLASS  I. 

None. 
CLASS  II. 

Heap,  W.  E.     Brasenose 
CLASS  III. 

None, 

CLASS  IV. 

Slipper,  E.  G.      Ch.  Ch. 

Examiners. —G.  Griffith.    W.  S.  Church.    H.  G.  Madan. 


1  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

3  Fellow  of  Queen's ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Trinity. 

5  Fereday  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 

7  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


2  Fellow  of  Worcester. 
*  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
6  Fellow  of  Trinity. 


1865 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


285 


In  Jurisprudent^  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Hubbard,E.         Ch.  Ch.         |         Michell,  E.  B.          Magd. 

CLASS  II. 

Carmichael,  C.  H.  |  Downe,  Viscount,  Ch.  Ch.  I  Taylor,  T. 

E.  Trin.       |  FoIlett,E.C.         Ball. 


Corpus 


CLASS  III. 
Bathe,  S,B.  BaU.       |  Byron,  E.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Smith,  C.  M.         Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Gillam,  J.  St.M.H.  |  Smith,  S.  F.  A.     Univ.      |  Webb,  E.  B.          Pemb. 

Examiners.— W.  Stubbs.    S.  J.  Owen.    K.  E.  Digby. 


MICHAELMAS    TEKM,  1865. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Balleine,  G.  O.      Queen's 
Barratt,  A.*            Ball. 
Courthope,  W.  J.  New 
Hall,  S.  P.             Pemb. 
Henderson,?.  A.2  Ball. 

Jeune,  F.  H.a        Ball. 
Morley,  Earl  of    Ball. 
Oddie,  J.  W.<       Wadh. 
O'Hanlon,H.F.s  Bras. 

CLASS  II. 

Eobinson,  E.6       Wore. 
Sanday,  W.7         Corpus 
Stennett,  J.  H.     Merton 
Talbot,  E.  S.8        Ch.  Ch. 

Athorpe,  M.          Corpus 
Auchmuty,  A.  C.  Line. 
Bazely,  H.  C.  B.    Bras. 
Bernard,  E.  E.9     Exeter 
Churton,  H.  N.     Univ. 
Craufurd,A.H.G.  Oriel 
Creed,  J.  A.          Corpus 

Dobell,  J.              Wadh. 
Draper,  H.  M.       Line. 
Gardiner,  B.  B.     Wadh. 
Hogarth.  O.  H.     Queen's 
Marshall,  T.  O.     New 
Mitchell,E.A.H.  Ball. 
Moore,  W.9            New 

Pesterre,  W.  A.    Merton 
Bobbins,  L.  G.  G.  Trin. 
Sutton,  E.              Trin. 
Thomson,  G.O.L.  Exeter 
Walker,  H.  E.      Wore. 
Warren,  F.  E.       St.  J. 
Wood,  W.             Oriel 

CLASS  III. 

Acland,  C.  T.  D.  Ch.  Ch. 
Baynes,  F.  H.       New 
Boycott,  E.  H.      Ch.  Ch. 
Cobham,  C.  D.      Univ. 
Jollye,  H.  C.         Merton 
Jones,  J.                Jesus 

Lewis,  A.  M.         Jesus 
Maberly,  A.  C.      Queen's 
Makgill,  A.            Univ. 
Moore,  G.              Exeter 
Eendell,  L.  T.       Ball. 
Eogers,  J.  H.        Wadh. 

Eouth,  C.              Queen's 
Sampson,D.H.W.  Magd. 
Sells,  W.               Queen's 
Sotheby,W.E.H.  Ball. 
Stafford,  C.  E.  F.  New 
Withers,  G.  H.     Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 

Mayne,  E.  D.        Ball. 
Morris,  H.  H.        Queen's 

Mure,  E.  J.            Ch.  Ch. 
Swainson,  J.  G.    Ch.  Ch. 

Tadman,  J.          Univ. 

Examiners.— J.  M.  Wilson.    C.  P.  Chretien.    A.  Watson.    T.  Fowler. 


Daman,  H. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Magd.     |  Tyssen,  A.  D.        Merton  |  Warne,  E.  J. 
CLASSES  II,  in,  IV. 

None. 
Examiners.—  H..  J.  S.  Smith.    D.  Thomas.    W.  Esson. 


Pemb. 


1  Fellow  of  Brasenose.         2  Fellow  of  Wadh  am. 
4  Fellow  of  Corpus.  s  Fellow  of  Lincoln. 

7  Fellow  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Exeter. 
9  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


3  Fellow  of  Hertford. 
6  Fellow  of  Queen's. 
8  Warden  of  Keble. 


286 


CLASS  LISTS 


1866 


In  Scientia  Waturali. 

CLASS  I. 
Girdlestone,  A.  G.  Magd.     I 

CLASS  II. 
Traill,H.D.          St.  J. 

CLASS  IH. 

Earn,  A.  J.    Corpus 

CLASS  IV. 

None. 
Examiners.—®.  Griffith.    W.  S.  Church.    H.  G.Madan. 


Corfield,  W.H.i    pemb< 
Ferguson,  G.  B.    Mgd.H. 

Norman,  G.  A.      Line. 


I  Wyndham,T.H. 

|      G.2  Oriel 

|  Whittington, W.P.Jesus 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 

Dermer,  E.  C. 
Horner,  J.  F.  F. 

St.J. 
Ball. 

Hughes,  E.            St.  J. 
Eobinson,  W.  G.  Oriel 

Smith,  B.  M. 

Line. 

CLASS  II. 

Baraett,  S.  A. 
Bill,  C. 
Freeman,  F. 

Wadh. 
Univ. 
Wadh. 

Freeman,  T.  A.     Ch.  Ch. 
Lambert,  F.  F.      Corpus 
Maude,  A.             Ch.  Ch. 

Tooke,  W.  A. 
Wiggin,E.H.E. 
Willis,  F.  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Corpus 

CLASS  HI. 

Day,  J.  A. 

Exeter 

Galland,  B.  A.      Line. 

White,  T.  H. 

Oriel 

CLASS  IV. 

None. 

Examiners.— W.  Stubbs.    C.  W.  Boase.    K.  E.  Digby. 


TRINITY    TERM,    1866. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Abbott,  E.  Ball. 

Anson,  W.  E.s  Ball. 

Creighton,  M.  Merton 

Hall,  J.  E.  Merton 

Butterw,orth,C.H,  Trin. 
Fitz-Gerald,G.A. 

E.6  Corpus 

Hoare,H.W.        Ball. 

Battishill,  W.  J.  Exeter 
Butter,  J.  Ball. 

Coekin,  C.  E.         Wadh. 
Davies,  A.  M.        Jesus 

Jones,  J. 


CLASS  I. 

Hatch,  W.  M.  New 
Hicks,  E.  L.*  Bras. 
Eidley,  E.5  Corpus 

CLASS  n. 
Morris,  E.  E.         Line. 


Thompson,  W. 
Wedgwood,  A. 


Queen's 
Ball. 


CLASS  III. 

Gordon,  E.  G.       Exeter 
Kitson,  E.  Ball. 

Manson,  W.  P.      Wadh. 
Millington,  W.      Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 


Strachan-Davidson, 

J.  L.  Ball. 

Varley,  J. 


Oriel 


Williams,  E.  E.  Jesus 
Willis,  E.  F.  Ball. 
Worsley,  E.  Magd. 


Molyneux,  H.  W. 

M.  Corpus 

Phillips,  T.  LI.      Jesus 
Poole,  J.  Ch.  Ch. 


Jesus         |         Osborne,  W.  A.    Bras. 


Examiners —3 .  M.  Wilson.    C.  P.  Chretien.    T.  Fowler.    W.  L.  Newman. 


1  Fellow  of  Pembroke. 

3  Fellow,  afterwards  Warden,  of  All  Souls. 

5  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


2  Fellow  of  Merton. 
4  Fellow  of  Corpus. 
6  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


1866 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


287 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Barratt,  A.1  Ball.       I  Kensington,  T.     New        I  Kumsey,  E.  F.       Bras. 

Dodd,  C.  Merton  | 

CLASS  II. 

Kaye,  A.  Magd.     I  Powell,  E.  Line.      I  Pughe,  K.  M.        Bras. 

Nash,  T.  Ball.       | 

CLASS  III. 
Barker,  E.         Corpus          |          Martin-Atkins,  G.  A.  Tnn. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— B.  Price.    D.  Thomas.    W.  Esson. 


Ch.  Ch. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Tomes,  C.  S.       Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  n. 
Emerton,W.  P.    Ch.  Ch.        |        West,  G.  H. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— G.  Eolleston.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    H.  G.  Madan. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


Bruce-Gardyne, 
D.  G.  Trin. 


Bousfield,  W.  Merton 
Boyle,  W.  S.  Magd. 
Buxton,H.J.W.  Bras. 


Bromby,  C.  H.      N.  I.  H. 
Chamberlayne,  S. 
B.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  I. 

Follett,E.W.W.  Ch.  Ch. 
Owen,  H.  Corpus 

CLASS  II. 
Eyre,  G.  B.  Ch.  Oh. 


Foster,  A.  J. 
Howard,  H.  F. 


Pemb. 
Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  III. 

Chidlow,  C.  Jesus 

Devas,  A.  C.  Ch.  Ch. 

Trye,  E.  E.  Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 


Streatfeild,  G.  S.  Corpus 


Monckton,  Hon. 

G.  E.  M.2  Ch.  Ch. 

Small,  W.  J.  Exeter 

Stephens,  H.  J.  Bras. 

Weitbrecht,  J.  H. 
M.  Corpus 


Eobertson,  G.  P.      Trin.         |         Voules,  S.  C.       Line. 
Examiners.— -W.  Stubbs.    C.  "W.  Boase.    J.  Bryce. 


MICHAELMAS    TEKM,    1866. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Baillie,  A.  W.  M.  Ball. 
Bond,  E.3               St.  J. 
Edwards,  T.  C.      Line. 
LeMarchant,F.C.Ball. 

Mylne,  L.  G.          Corpus 
Phillimore,  "W. 
G.  F.*                   Ch.  Ch. 
Sankey,  C.             Queen's 

Spooner,  "W".  A.     New 
Spurling,  F.  W.    Wadh. 
Willert,  P.  F.5       Corpus 

1  Fellow  of  Brasenose.                           2  The  seventh  Viscount  Galway. 
3  Fellow  of  Queen's.                              4  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
5  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

288 


CLASS  LISTS 


1806 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 


Acworth,  C.  G.  Ch.  Ch. 

Avery,  J.  Exeter 

Babington,  J.  A.  New 
Cameron,  C.  J.  L. 

L.  Merton 

Evans,  J.  A.  Univ. 

Forster,  M.  S.  New 

Alcock,  G.  Bras. 

Anstey,  A.  C.  C.  Univ. 

Brooke,  S.  R.  Corpus 

Burra,  T.  F.  Univ. 

Davis,  G.  F.  L.  Wore. 

Gepp,  C.  G.  Ch.  Ch. 


Bandinel,  J.  J.  F.  Oriel 
Bartholomew,  W. 
H.  Queen's 


CLASS  II. 

Gladstone,  S.  E.     Ch.  Ch, 
Hughes,  W.  H.     Jesus 
Jenkyns,  J.  Ball. 

Lloyd,  D.  L.  Jesus 

Macrae,  C.  C.         Univ. 
Murray,  G.  S.  D.i  Wadh. 
Myers,  E.  J."         Ball. 

CLASS  III. 
Girdlestone,  F. 

K.  W.  Magd. 

Glover,  F.  Exeter 

Hodgson,  R.  Oriel 

Jeaffreson,  C.  H,  Line. 

Kemhle,  A.  New 

CLASS  IV. 

Friend,  M.  T.        Queen's  | 
Gibson,  H.  F.         Exeter 


Paravinci,F.de3  Ball. 
Penny,  E.  W.         St.  J. 
Russell,  H.  D.       Wadh. 
Saintsbury,  G.  E. 

B.  Merton 

Whitaker,  "W.  E.  Bras. 
Wilson,  B.  Exeter 


Kemp,  J.  Line. 

Matthews,  J.H.D.  Univ. 
Moore,  E.  W.         Wadh. 
Nurse,  H.  D.          Trin. 
Roberts,  C.  E.  T.  Exeter 
Stewart,  R.  M.       Wore. 
Worthy,  E.  A.       New 

Hannah,  J.  J.       Ball. 
Waddington,  R.    Alb.  H. 


'.Examiners.— 3.  M.  Wilson.    W.  Ince.    S.H.Reynolds.    W.L.Newman. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


Bowyer,  A.  W. 
Dale,  R.  F. 


Univ. 
Queen's 


CLASS  L 

Heath,  C.  H.  E.     Pemb.     I  TootelL  H. 
Reinold,  A.  W.*    Bras.      [ 

CLASS  II. 
Ferrier,  H.  J.  Merton 

CLASS  III. 
Raikes,  R.  T.  Merton 

CLASS  IV. 
Tylecote,  T.  B.  Queen's 

Examiners.— B.  Price.    W.  Esson.    J.  D.  Davenport 


Univ. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Sparks,  E.  I.          Corpus 

CLASS  II. 
Lightfoot,  G.  H.    Univ. 

CLASS  III. 

Hartland,  E.          Merton  |  Shaw,  J.  L. 
CLASS  IV. 
None. 


Merton 


Examiners.— Or.  Rolleston.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    H.  G.  Madan. 


Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.  2  Fellow  of  Wadham. 

3  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol. 
*  Fellow  of  Merton ;  afterwards  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


1857 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


289 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


Barratt,  A.i 
Hall,  J.  E. 


Ball. 
Merton 


Creighton,  M. 
Deedes,  C. 


Merton 
Bras. 
Dupuis,  E.  J.  G.    Exeter 


Amcotts,  V.  Ball. 

BaihvarcLT.  H.  M.  Ball. 
Green,  W.  C.         Wadh. 


Granville,  G. 
Mills,  F. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  I. 

Talbot,  E.  S.2         Ch.  Ch. 
Taswell-Langmead, 
T.  P.  St.M.H. 

CLASS  II. 

Gumbleton,  G.  Ch.  Ch. 
Kenyon,  J.  G.  Ch.  Ch. 
Maddison,  A.  E.  Merton 

CLASS  III. 

Hutchins,  P.  B.     Exeter 
Nicholl,  T.  B.        Jesus 
Parkinson,K.  J.H.  Magd. 

CLASS  IV. 

Morris,  C.  Corpus 

Seeker,  A.  W.       Ball. 


Varley,  J.  Oriel 

Verity,  E.  H.  M.   Exeter 


Morris,  E.  E. 
Eobinson,  E. 


Eeiss,  F.  A. 
Eose,  W.  F. 
Selfe,  E.  H. 


Line. 
Queen's 


Ball. 
Wore. 
Ch.  Ch. 


Summerneld,E.A.Worc. 
Examiners.— W.  Stubbs.    C.  W.  Boase.    J.  Bryce. 


TKINITY   TEBM,   1867. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Baker,  G.  B. 

Corpus 

Jayne,  F.  J.3         Wadh. 

Percival,  F.  W. 

Bras. 

Brookes,  W. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Naeh,  T.                 Ball. 

Selfe,  W.  L. 

Corpus 

Hopkins,  G.  M. 

Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Atkinson,  M. 

Queen's 

Cresswell,  0.  E.    Trin. 

Moberly,  E.  C.« 

New 

Byrde,  E.  A. 

Queen's 

Eaglesim,  T.  A.     Wore. 

Price,  T.  P. 

Univ. 

Collins,  C.  W. 

Magd. 

Geldart,  E.  M.       Ball. 

Thompson,  C. 

Bras. 

Cornish,  W. 

Exeter 

Griffith,  J.  E.        Oriel 

CLASS  III.  . 

Brown,  W.  A. 

Ball. 

Lovell,  G.  F.         Ball.       |  Eussell,  E.  B. 

Magd. 

Emra,  W.  H.  A. 

Exeter 

Eichardson,  A.  J.  Magd.        Stewart,  A. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Hilbers,  G.  C. 

Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 

Anderson,  A. 

Ball.       |  Blackburn,  E.  B.  Bras.       |  Bulteel,  C.  J. 

Magd. 

Examiners.— 3.  M.  Wilson.    W.  Ince.    S.  H.  Eeynolds.    W.  L.  Newman. 


Abbay,  E.s 
Cox,  C.  W. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Exeter  |  Cundey,  J.  W.  Magd.  |  Gwyn-Jeffreys,H.  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 
Magd.  |  Dyer.W.  T.  T.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Harris,  W.  A.  Ball. 

CLASS  III. 


Cresswell,  E.  H.    St.M.H.  I  Leigh-Bennett,  G. 


Pemb. 


Morris,  M.  C.  F.    New 
Walker,  E.  Exeter 


CLASS  IV. 
None. 


Examiners.— -B.  Price.    F.  Harrison.    J.  D.  Davenport, 


1  Fellow  of  Brasenose.  2  Warden  of  Keble.  3  Fellow  of  Jesua. 

4  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.  5  Fellow  of  Wadham. 

U 


290 


CLASS  LISTS 


1867 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 

None. 
CLASS  H. 

None. 
CLASS  HI. 

Cubitt,  C.  P.  Ch.  Ch.   |  Johnson,  F.  P. 

CLASS  IV. 

None. 
Examiners.— G.  Bolleston.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt. 


Magd. 


Hardy,  A.  E. 
Penfold,  E.  B. 


Emerton,  W.  P.     Ch.  Ch. 
Gepp,  N.  P.  New 


Allcard,  J.  Ch.  Ch. 

Fountaine,  H.  T.  Alh.  H. 
King,  H.  B.  Oriel 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna, 

Wragg,  W.  T.       Wore. 
KollS,  F.  P. 


Ball. 
"Wore. 


CLASS  I. 
Whittuck,  E.  A.    Oriel 


CLASS  IL 

Holland,  D.  E.      "Wore. 
Hook,  C. 


Brooke,  J.  T. 
Egerton,  R. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 


Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Knight,  M.  G.        Magd. 
Lechmere,  W.  L.  St.M.H. 

CLASS  IV. 
Elwell,  H.  St.  J. 


Pryor,  A.  V. 
Weaver,  J.  C. 


Examiners. — C.  W.  Boase.    M.  Burrows.    J.  Bryce. 


New 


Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 


Entwisle,  A.          Ball. 


MICHAELMAS    TERM,    1867. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Case,  T.i                Ball. 

Fremantle,  S.  J.*  Ball. 

Markheim,  H.  G.7  Univ. 

Dear,  E.  C.  L.2       St.  J. 

Fyffe,  C.  A.s           Ball. 

Tucker,  C.  C.         Univ. 

Donkin,  H.  B.       Queen's 
Doyle,  J.  A.3         Ball. 

Gent,  J.                   Trin. 
James,  H.  A.6        Line. 

Wallace,  W.2        Ball. 
Wharton,  E.  R.8   Trin. 

CLASS  II. 

Acworth,  H.  S.      Ch.  Ch. 

Cross,  J.                  Corpus 

Moore,  C.  R.          Corpus 

Allen,  J.  B.            New 

Dale,  R.  F.             Queen's 

Poutiatine,  B.        Ch.  Ch. 

Banning,  H.  T.      Trin. 

Fisher,  C.  T.           Bras. 

Scott,  W.  T.           Exeter 

Beadon,  R.  J.         Exeter 

Greenhow,  E.        Line. 

Symonds,  A.  G.     Corpus 

Bridges,  B.  S.        Corpus 

Kensington,  T.       New 

Williams,  M.  P.     Jesus 

Carlile,  J.  W.        Ball. 

Lansdowne,Marq.  Ball. 

Wylie,  J.  H.          Pemb. 

CLASS  III. 

Aldhouse,  F.  £     Mgd.H. 

Hickes,  T.  H.  F.    Pemb. 

Smith,  C.  H.           Line. 

Birchall,  0.            Bras. 

Hill,  M.  S.             Wadh. 

Stocks,  J.  E.           Ch.  Ch. 

Bissill,  H.  J.  G.     Pemb. 

Hull,  W.  B.            Pemb. 

Teesdale,  F.  D.      New 

Black,  A.                Ch.  Ch. 

Jacob,  E.                New 

Tinne",  J.  E.           Univ. 

Browne,  C.  G.        Ball. 

Marshall,  J.  H.     Wore. 

Wardroper,  J.  T.  Ch.  Ch. 

Coghlan,  C.  L.       Univ. 
Gamlen,  W.  B.      Exeter 

Monnington,  G.  J.  Queen's 
Newbolt,  W.  C.  E.  Pemb. 

Watts-Russell,  E.  Ch.  Ch. 
Willes,  G.              Ch.  Ch. 

Garrett,  A.  W.      Ball. 

1  Fellow  of  Brasenose ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Corpus.         2  Fellow  of  Merton. 
s  Fellow  of  All  Souls.         *  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.        6  Fellow  of  University. 
6  Fellow  of  St.  John's.  7  Fellow  of  Queen's.  8  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


1867 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


291 


Hensley,  C.  E.       TTniv. 
Holland,  F.  M.     New 


CLASS  IV. 

Price,  W.  L.          Jesus      I  Trower,  J. 
Tew,  E.  L.H.        Mgd.H.  | 


Exeter 


Examiners.— W.  Ince.    S.  H.  Keynolds.    W.  W.  Capes.    W.  L.  Newman. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Bowyer,  E.  "W".      Queen's  |  Laverty,  W.  H.     Queen's  I  Smith,  S.  B. 
Hodgson,  E.G.     Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
None. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— E.  Price.    F.Harrison.    W.  Esson. 


Alb.H. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Bateman,  A.  W.   Magd.    {  Dyer,  W.  T.  T.      Ch.  Ch.  |  Eeinold,  A.  W.1    Merton 

CLASS  II. 
Morrell,  G-.  H.  Exeter     |      Squire,  L.  St.  M.  H. 

CLASS  III. 
Eobinson,  E.  A.         Ball.         |     Williams,  J.         Jesus 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiiiers,— G.  W.  Child.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 
Jayne,  F.  J.2                Wadh.     |     Phillimore,  W.  G.  F.     AH  S. 

CLASS  H. 

Dart,  J.                  S1MJE. 
Freshfleld,  D.  W.  Univ. 
Jennings,  E.  E.     Bras. 
Kershaw,  L.  A.     Pemb. 

Loch,  W.  W.         Ball. 
Mylne,  J.  E.           Corpus 
Ormerod,G.T.B.Ball. 
Paterson,  N.  H.     St.  J. 

Peile,  W.  O. 
Sealy,  T.  H. 
Walter,  J.  B. 

Magd. 
Trin. 
Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Bandinel,  J.J.F.  Oriel 
Bellow,  W.            Queen's 
Fell,  C.  Y.              St.  J. 
Foss,  E.  W.            Pemb. 
Foster,  W.  H.        Merton 
Foulkes,  E.           Exeter 
Goldney,  C.           Line. 

Harris,  W.  A.        Ball. 
Holmes,  A.            Queen's 
Lake,  H.  J.            New 
Lloyd,  I.  G.           Exeter 
Montmorency,  M. 
S.  de,                   Wadh. 
Pears,  P.  W.          Wadh. 

Sandon,  W.  H. 
Stoodley,  T.  A. 
Stretch,  T. 
Wood,  S.  T. 
Yeld,  G. 
Yule,  H.  W. 

Wadh. 
StM.H. 
New 
Ch.  Ch. 
Bras. 
Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Carter,  L.  W.        New 
Du  Pr<§,  J.              Corpus 
Frampton,  T.         Queen's 
Freeling,  A.  C.      Ch.  Ch. 

Horton,  A.  W.       Pemb. 
Maude,  S.               Wadh. 
McCausland,  E.  F.Wadh. 
Eowland,  W.        Wore. 

Scobell,  J.  F. 
Stains,  E. 
Wortham,  B.  H. 

Line. 
Oriel 
Trin. 

Examiners  —3  .  H.  Eamsay.    M.  Burrows.    J.  Bryce. 

1  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


u2 


2  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


292 


CLASS  LISTS 


18G8 


TRINITY    TEBM,    1868. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Grose,  T.  H.»         Ball. 
Hollings.H.deB.  Corpus 

Brown,  A.              Ch.  Ch. 
Mayo,  C.  H.           Line. 
Nelson,  G.  H.        Queen's 

Armishaw,  W.      Mgd.H. 
Banks,  E.  G.          Wore. 
Boyle,  C.  E.           Ch.  Ch. 
Coles,  V.  S.  S.       Ball. 

CLASS  I. 
Mitchell,  A.          Trin. 
Eeid,  E.  T.            Ball. 

CLASS  II. 
Newman,  W.  M.  Ball. 
Eose,D.                 Ball. 

CLASS  in. 
Frere,  W.  J.          Magd. 
Hartshorne.B.F.  Pemb. 
Jones,  D.               Jesus 

Spooner,  H.  M.2    Ball. 

Warden,  W.          Exeter 
Wilmot,  D.            Magd. 

Masterman,  W.     Wadh. 
Mozley,  F.  W.       New 
Spearman,  E.  H.  Oriel 

Bell,  J. 


CLASS  IV. 
Queen's  |  Daniell,  E.  P.        Exeter    |  Twyford,  T. 


Magd. 


Examiners.— W.  Ince.    C.  S.  Parker.    S.  H.  Eeynolds.    W.  W.  Capes. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Fhysicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Bromfield,  S.  TV.   Ch.  Ch.  |  Lewis,  W.  J.3        Jesus      |  Threlfall,  T. 

CLASS  II. 
Leeds,  C.  E.  Exeter  |  Scrymgour,  E.  P.  Oriel      |  Tomlinson,  H. 

CLASS  HI. 

Coxe,H.  Corpus        |        Eashleigh,  J.    Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

None. 

Examiners.— "F.  Harrison.    W.  Esson.    H.  Deane. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Lankester,E.B.*  Ch.  Ch.  |  Moseley,  H.  N.5    Exeter   |  Smart,  E.  E. 

CLASS  II. 
Reeves,  T.  J.       Exeter 

CLASS  m. 

Meredith,  T.       Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 

None. 

Examiners.— G.  W.  Child.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt.    E.  B.  Clifton. 


Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 


Jesus 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Charlton,  E.  B.     Ch.  Ch.  |  Johnson,  A.  H.6    Exeter   |  Phipson,  W. 

CLASS  H. 

Jelf,  G.  D.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Stourton,  H.  J.     Ch.  Ch.  I  Valpy,  E.  A. 

Montgomery,H.F.Ch.  Ch.  |  Turner,  C.  D.7       Trin.       | 


Ball. 
Exeter 


1  Fellow  of  Queen's. 
4  Fellow  of  Exeter. 


2  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 
5  Fellow  of  Merton. 
Afterwards  C.  D.  Bravo. 


3  Fellow  of  Oriel. 
Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


1868 


BY   PUBLIC    EXAMINERS. 


293 


CLASS  III. 


Baldwin,  E.  T.      Trin. 
Cripps,  H.  L.         New 
Edwards,  W.  G.    Ch.  Ch. 
Grey,  E.  C.  W.      Ch.  Ch. 
James,  W.  H.        Ch.  Ch. 

Jorie,  W.  F.          Trin. 
Neeld,  A.  W.         Ch.  Ch. 
Palmer,  G.  H.        Magd. 
Eadcliffe,  E.          N.  I.  H. 

CLASS  IV. 

Samson,  E.            Ch.  Ch. 
Silvester,  J.           Queen's 
Toovey,  H.             Wore. 
Verney,  F.  W.       Ch.  Ch. 

Egerton,  C.  A.       Ch.  Ch. 

Harper,  E.  J.         Pemb. 

Kennedy,  A.  H.    New 

Examiners,  —  J.  H.  Ramsay.    M.  Burrows. 

T.  E.  Holland. 
1868. 

MICHAELMAS    TEBM, 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Davidson,  M.  G.    Ch.  Ch. 
Gallop,  E.  W.        Line. 
Hume,  F.  G.          Queen's 
Knox,  E.  A.1         Corpus 

Lang,  A.i               Ball. 
Legard,  A.  G.       Ball. 
Nutt,  G.2                New 
Eedington,  C.  T.    Ch.  Ch. 

Sayce,  A.  H.          Queen's* 
Shadwell,  L.  L.     New 
Ward,  T.  H.           Bras. 
Williams,  J.  H.     Magd. 

CLASS  II. 

Bagnold,  A.  B.      Ball. 
Bell,  A.  J.  M.        Ball. 
Bond,  J.                 St.  J. 
Copleston,  E.  S.3   Merton 
Elliott,  A.  A.         Queen's 
Farwell,  G.           Ball. 

Hanbury,  E.  W.    Corpus 
Horner,  H.  B.        Magd. 
Lloyd,  J.  M.  E.      Trin. 
Love,  E.  T.            Oriel 
Muir  -  Mackenzie, 
K  A,                  Ball. 

Nicholson,  E.  H.  Ball. 
Eound,  F.  E.         Ball. 
Sharkey,  L.  le  H.  Corpus 
Taylor,  1.  C.  A.    Ball. 
Trevor,  H.  E.        Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Bartholomew,  F. 
M.                        Trin. 
Brewerton,  G.        Univ. 
Chitty,  E.                Queen's 
Crofts,  W.  C.          Bras. 
Davis,  M.  P.           Queen's 
Dunlop,  C.  J.  T.    Merton 
Edwards,  E.  J.      Line. 
Godby,  C.  V.         New 

Hookham,  F.         Line. 
Hughes,  T.  E.       Wadh. 
Hutchison,  E.        Exeter 
Jackson,  C.  N.*      Mgd.H. 
Leach,  G.  P.           St.  J. 
Mackey,  A.  J.        Ch.  Ch. 
Parsons,  F.  W.      Magd. 
Peck,  P.                 Wadh. 
Prichard,  C.  C.      Bras. 

Eawnsley,  W.  F.  Corpus 
Eobertson,  T.  S.    Ball. 
Smith,  H.  U.          Bras. 
Stuart,  W.  C.         Merton 
Toye,  W.  J.            Univ. 
Walker,  G.  H.  D.  New 
Wilkinson,  J.        Queen's 
Willan,  J.  N.        Pemb. 

CLASS  IV. 

Ball,  F.  J.              Pemb. 
Beaven,  A.             Pemb. 
Bencke,  A.  H.       Bras. 

Burgess,  W.  E.      Queen's 
Eyton,  E.                Ch.  Ch. 
Hope,  E.  S.            Ch.  Ch. 

Moffat,  W.             Wore. 
Sweeting,  H.  E.    Pemb. 

Examiners.—  G.  Eawlinson.    F.  W.  Walker.    G.  E.  Thorley.    "W.  W.  Capes. 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Chadwick,  W.5     Merton 
Gamble,  J.  S.        Magd. 

Grose,  T.  H."         Ball. 
Sampson,  E.  F.7     St.  J. 

Talbot,  F.  H.         Ch.  Ch. 

Archibald,  W.F.  St.  J. 


CLASS  II. 

|  Lambert,  P.  B.     Queen's  |  Eichardson.W.  M.  Merton 
CLASS  III. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 

None. 
Examiners.— -F.  Harrison.    D.  Thomas.    H.  Deane. 


1  Fellow  of  Merton. 
*  Fellow  of  Hertford. 


2  Fellow  of  Exeter. 
5  Fellow  of  Corpus. 
7  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


3  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 
6  Fellow  of  Queen's. 


294 


CLASS  LISTS 


1869 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Conroy,  John,  Ch,  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Jermyn,  E.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Threlfall,  T. 

Stephenson,  H,  S. 
G.  Queen's  | 

CLASS  III. 

Glanville,  J.  U.     Exeter 
CLASS  IV. 

None. 
Examiners.— G.  W.  Child.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt.    R.  B.  Clifton. 


Beecroft,  G.  A.  B.  Ch.  Ch. 
Bowyer,  R.  W.  Queen's 
Donkin,  W.  F.  Magd. 


Bras. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 

CLASS  II. 

Alleyne,  F.MCG.  Merton 
Beaven,  A.             Pemb. 
Clark,  G.  C.            Univ. 
Cope,  H.  F.            Ball. 

Gribbon,  W.  G.     St.  J. 
Gwyther,  A.           Ch.  Ch. 
Hoskins,  J.  T.        Oriel 
Jones,  O.  H.           Exeter 

Mitchell,  A,          Trin. 
Molineux,  A.  E.    Ch.  Ch. 
Richardson,  H.      Corpus 
Richardson,  M.  S.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  HE. 

Adderley,  C.  L.     Ch.  Ch. 
Ashmore,  F.  P.     Univ. 
Bell,  J.                   Queen's 
Birley,  H.  A.         Pemb. 
Bonham,  Sir  G.  F. 
Bart.                  Exeter 

Braithwaite,  R.     Wadh. 
Briggs,  T.  H.          St.  J. 
Cotes,  C.  C.            Ch.  Ch. 
Deane,  H.  B.          Ball. 
Lewis-Mansel,  C. 
W.                      Ball. 

Raikes,  W.  A.       Oriel 
Robinson,  F.  W.   "Wore. 
Stanhope,  Hon.  H. 
A.                         Ch.  Ch. 
Venables,  G.         Wadh. 
"Woodgate,  G.        Pemb. 

CLASS  IV. 

Edwards,  J.  W.         "Wore.     |     Somervell,  J.        Mgd.  H. 

Examiners.—  J.  H.  Kamsay.    M.  Burrows.    T.  E.  Holland. 

TRINITY    TERM,  1869. 


Armstrong,  E.1 

Exeter 

Browne,  J.  W.2 

Univ. 

Dill,  S.3 

Line. 

Batson,  T. 

Line. 

Craik,  H. 

Ball. 

Doble,C.E. 

Wore. 

Deedes,  P. 

Line. 

Hawtrey,  G.  P. 

Pemb. 

Malaher,  W.  E.     All  S. 


In  Ldteris  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Edgeworth,  F.  Y.  Ball. 
Ingham,  R.  "W.      Corpus 
Lock,  W.4  Corpus 

CLASS  n. 

Fletcher,  J.  W.     Pemb. 
Glehn,  E.  G.  Von,  Ch.  Ch. 
Hervey,  Lord  F.«  Ball. 

CLASS  in. 

Ludlam,  E.  T.       Wore. 
Morshead,  J.Y.  A.  Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 
|  North,  W.M.        Bras. 


Pelham,  H.  F.«      Trin. 
Reid,  J.  M.  Exeter 


Marsden,  R.  G.      Merton 
Nettleship,  R.  L.   Ball. 


ISneyd,  G.  E.          Trin. 
Woodhouse,  F.  J.  St.  J. 

|  Smith,  O.  St.  J. 


Examiners. — G.  Rawlinson.    G.  E.  Thorley.    T.  Fowler.    W.  W.  Capes. 


Fellow  of  Queen's. 
Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


2  Fellow  of  Worcester. 
5  Fellow  of  Exeter. 


3  Fellow  of  Corpus. 
6  Fellow  of  Hertford. 


18G9  BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES.  295 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Donkin,  A.  E.i    University 

CLASS  II. 
Hughes,  G.         Exeter 

CLASS  III. 
Brittan,  G.  Merton  |   Chisholm-Batten,  J.  F.  C.  Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 
Bittleston,  T.  G.    Pembroke 

Examiners.— D.  Thomas.    W.  Esson.    H.  Deane. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Jacobson,  W.  H.  A.         Corpus 

CLASS  II. 
Howell,  F.  B.  Merton 

CLASS  III. 

Woodforde,  F.  C.  Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 

None. 

Examiners.— E.  B.  Clifton.    E.  Chapman.    J.  F.  Payne. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Curtis-Hayward,  A.  C.    Merton   |  Worcester,  J.  B.          Mgd.  H. 

CLASS  n. 

Adams,  W.  P.  C.   Exeter    I  Harvey,  C.  F.         Trin.       I  Phipps,  "W.  W.      Exeter 
Cartwright,H.A.  St.M.H.  I   LiddelL  E.  T.        Ch.  Ch.   I   Primrose,  H.  W.   Ball. 
Dick,  C.G.C.        Wore.     |  | 

CLASS  III. 


Armishaw,  W.  Mgd.H. 
Bertie,  Hon.  A.  E.  Merton 
Heurtley,  C.  A.  Oriel 


Moberly,  J.  C.       New 
Ponsonby,  Hon.  M. 
J.  G.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 


Pound,  A.  J.          Exeter 
Scott,  J.  A.  Ball. 

Williams,  D.  J.     Jesus 


Examiners.— J.  H.  Eamsay.    E.  Laing.    C.  L.  Shadwell. 


MICHAELMAS   TEBM,  1869. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Baker,  G.  E.  Magd. 
Buchanan,  T.  E.2  Ball. 
Driver,  S.  E.*  New 


CLASS  I. 

Farnell,  J.E.         Wadh.    I  Ehys,  J.<  Jesus 

Haigh,  C.  D.  Queen's  |   Eichards,  F.  T.5  Queen's 

Murray,  A.  E.        Ball.       j    Scott,  C.  P.  Corpus 


1  Fellow  of  Exeter.         2  Fellow  of  All  Souls.        3  Eegius  Professor  of  Hebrew. 
*  Fellow  of  Merton ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Jesus.  5  Fellow  of  Trinity. 


296 


CLASS   LISTS 


1869 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 


CLASS  II. 

Barker,  P.              Bras. 

Deedes,  B.              Ch.  Ch. 

Mowat,  J.  L.  G.2  Exeter 

Barnes,  W.  L.       All  S. 

Grant,  C.  F.           Ball. 

Priest,  W.  J.         Alb.  H. 

Bartholomew,  A. 

Heygate,  W.  A.     New 

Eodgers,  E.  H.      Bras. 

C.                         Trin. 

Ilbert,  O.                Corpus 

Stanbridge,  J.W.3  New 

Bowen,  F.  E.  S.     New 

Lee,  P.  E.               Ball. 

Style,  F.  N.            Line. 

Bradley,  F.  H.i      Univ. 
Brooks,  W.  J.        Corpus 
Burns,  W.              Univ. 

Liddell,  A.  G.  C.  Ball. 
Lindsell,  H.  M.     Trin. 
Madan,  A.  C.         Ch.  Ch. 

Swinbourne,  A.  J.  Queen's 
Tait,  C.  W.  A.       Queen's 
Todd,  G.                 Ball. 

Cremer,  G.  H.       New 

Michell,  R.  L.  N.  Ch.  Ch. 

Were,  E.  A.           New 

Dasent,  J.  E.         Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  in. 

Bromfield,  S.  W.  Ch.  Ch. 
Churchill,  C.  J.  S.  Corpus 

Gaye,  A.                Oriel 
Hasell,  G.               Queen's 

Scott,  S.  G.            Magd. 
Tidswell,  S.  W.     Wore. 

Collyer,  D'A.  B.    Corpus 

HutQhings,  C.  E.  Trin. 

Turner,  H.  W.       St.  J. 

Cope,  A.  D.            Wadh. 

Jones,  A.  V.           Exeter 

Walter,  A.  F.        Ch.  Ch. 

Du  Boulay,  J.        Wadh. 
Fletcher,  P.           Magd. 

Messervy,  A.          Exeter 
Mogg,  W.               Exeter 

Wheeler,  A.  F.      Bras. 
Yarde,  W.  B.  S.    Trin. 

Fox,  C.  W.             Ch.  Ch. 

Eowlatt,  J.  C.        Oriel 

CLASS  IV. 

Awdry,  C.              New       |  Harrison,  W.  H.   Pemb.     |  Moor,  G.  C.  F.       Wore. 
Crofts,  W.  C.         Merton  j  Massey,  E.  R.        Exeter    | 

Examiners.— G.  Eawlinson.    G.  W.  Kitchin.    G.  E.  Thorley.    T.  Fowler. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physieis. 

CLASS  I. 
Taylor,  W.W.      Queen's)  Wallroth,  F.  A.    Bras.      |  Watson,  J.  L.        Bras. 

CLASS  II. 
Heal,F.  Magd.     |  Muir,  E.  J.  Magd.     |  Owen,T.W.          Jesus 

CLASS  IH. 

Brookes,  J.  Pemb.     |  Darbishire,  S.  D.  Ball.       |  Lea,  E.  Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— T).  Thomas.    W.  Esson.    H.  Deane. 


In  Scientia  N aturali. 


Barclay-Thompson, 
J.4  Queen's 

Barrington-Ward, 
M.J.  Mgd.H. 

Boswell,  E.  B. 


CLASS  I. 
Hicks,  F.  J.           Magd. 
Jowitt,  J.  F.          Exeter 
Lewis,  W.  J.          Oriel 
Malan,  A.  N.         Oriel 

Pearce,  A. 
Sampson,  E.  F.< 
Talbot,  F.  H. 
Taylor,  E.  F. 

Trin. 
St.  J. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Line.         |         Tomlinson,  H.        Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

None. 

CLASS  IV. 

None. 

Examiners. — E.  B.  Clifton.    E.  Chapman.    J.  F.  Payne. 


Fellow  of  Merton. 


2  Fellow  of  Pembroke. 
*  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


3  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


1870 


BY   PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


297 


In  Jurisprudent^  et  Historia  Moderna. 


Brown,  A. 
Chavasse,  F.  J. 

Bickersteth,  E. 
Blogg,  H.  B. 
Braithwaite,  W. 
Carnegie,  J. 
Cook,  W.  W. 

Arbuthnot,  G. 
Baker,  C.  C.  M. 
Colt-  Williams,  3 
W. 
Cornish,  E. 
Corser,  H. 
Derington,  T.  J. 
Hardy,  A.  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Corpus 

Corpus 
Wadh. 
Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Wore. 
B, 
Ch.  Ch. 
Oriel 
Ch.  Ch. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Wore. 

Hornby,  H.  W.     Wadh.    | 


CLASS  I. 
Craik,  H.  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Dawnay,Hon.G.C.  Ch.  Ch. 
Evans,  E.  E.  Exeter 
Hill,  G.  Exeter 

Lipscomb,  W.  H.  Univ. 

CLASS  III. 

Heathcote,  A.  M.  Oriel 
Hill,  H.  S.  M.  Ball. 
Hughes  -  Hughes, 

W.  O.  Wadh. 

Kent,  O.  C.  Trin. 

Meugens,A.  G.  M.  Queen's 
O'Driscoll,  W.  J.  St.  J. 
Eogers,  W.  F.        Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 
Merewether,W.L.  Ch.  Ch. 


Knox,  E.  A. 


Merton 


Examiners.— C.  W.  Boase.    Lord  Colchester. 


Lowe,  C.  B.  Wore. 

Mercer,  H.  C.  Exeter 

Povah,  J.  E.  Univ. 

Eeid,  E.  Wore. 


Seymour,  H.  H.  C.  New 
Smythe,  G.  E.        Ch.  Ch. 
Steward,  A.  B.      Magd. 
Stirling,  A.  F.  G.  Magd. 
Walter,  J.  H.  F.    Merton 
Welch,  W.  Exeter 

Williamson,  F.  C.  Pemb. 
Wright,  A.  J.        Exeter 

Mozeley,  H.  J.      Mgd.H. 
C.  L.  Shadwell. 


TRINITY    TERM,  1870. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Cordery,  A.           Line. 
Cotton,  J.  S.1         Trin. 

Holland,  H.  S.3     Ball. 
Eiehards,  H.  P.*   Ball. 

Eobertson,  E.5       Line. 
Theobald,  H.  S.<  Ball. 

Ewing,  E.2            Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Allen,  C.  G.  B.      Merton 
Barnwell,  C.  E.B.  Ch.  Ch. 

Jervis,  G.  W.         Ch.  Ch. 
Jeudwine,  G.  W.1  Corpus 

Eussell,  S.  C.         Corpus 
Smith,  E.               Ball. 

Bennett,  S.  A.       Ball. 

Kenyon,Hon.W.T.  Ch.  Ch. 

Thomas,  H.  D.      Wadh. 

Goodlake,  T.  S.     Ball. 

Merry,  G.  E.          Line. 

CLASS  III. 

Druitt,  E.               Ch.  Ch. 

Hamilton,  A.  C.    Univ. 

Luxmoore,  E.       Line. 

Evans,  H.  A.         Ball. 

Home,  H.  W.       New 

Vaughan,  A.  P.     Ball. 

Gre«nwell,  W.  J.  New 

Howard,  A.W.H.  Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Ady,  W.  H.    Exeter 

Examiners.— G.  W.  Kitchin.    G.  E.  Thorley.    T.  Fowler.    T.  H.  Green. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 


CLASS  I. 
Muir-Mackenzie, 
M.  J.?  Bras.     | 

CLASS  II. 
Bromby,  E.  H.    Queen's         |         Sparks,  F. 

CLASS  III. 

Wadh.    I  Hull,  H.  E.  Bras.       I 

Mgd.H.  I   Morris,  S.  S.  O.     Jesus      | 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 


Chirol,  T.  A.  A.     Exeter 
3jciiuu.iid.soii  Gr.^ 


Cox,  A.  V. 
Hodge,  J.  M. 


Wharton,  E.         Exeter 


Wore. 


Mort,  H.  W.          Queen's 


Examiners. — D.  Thomas.    W.  Esson.    H.  Daman. 


1  Fellow  of  Queen's. 
4  Fellow  of  Wadham. 


2  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 
5  Fellow  of  Corpus. 
7  Fellow  of  Hertford. 


3  Senior  Student  of  Ch.Ch. 
6  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


298 


CLASS   LISTS 


1870 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Fisher,  W.  W.1     Merton  |  Lendon,  E.  H.       Univ.      |  Taylor,  C.  S.          Mertcm 

CLASS  n. 
Hartley,  J.  P.    Brasenose 

CLASS  III. 
Burrow,  J.  K.    Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— It.  J.  S.  Smith.    E.  Chapman.    J.  F.  Payne. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


Jemmett,  J.  F.      Ch.  Ch.  | 


Bernard,  C.  C. 
Emmett,  W.  E. 
Fielding,  C.  H. 
Fitz-Patrick,Hon. 
B.  E.  B.2  Bras. 


Merton 
Queen's 
Line. 


CLASS  I. 
Purcell,  E.  Line. 

CLASS  II. 

Gregorie,  G.  W.    "Wore. 
Gurney,  J.  J.         Merton 
Langford,  W.  T.   Univ. 
Larcom,  A.  Oriel 


CLASS  in. 

Davis,  C.  H.  Wore.        Freeman,  J.  T.      Bras. 

Dugdale,  S.  Ch.  Ch.      Morris,  T.  D.         Wadh. 

Fanning,  E.  Trin.  Shephard,  C.  C.     Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 
Blake,  W.  F.    Line,     j     Reade,  F.W.    Alb.H. 


|  Schuster,  E.  V.     Trin. 

Littleton,  Hon.W. 

F.  Ch.  Ch. 

Monnington,T.P.  Corpus 
Parry,  C.  H.  H.  Exeter 
Thorold,  G.  A.  Exeter 


Sherlock,  T.  D.     Merton 
Torr,  J.  F.  Pemb. 


Examiners.— C.  W.  Boase.    H.  B.  George.    Lord  Colchester. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  I. 
Hussell,  E.  J.    St.  Mary  Hall 

CLASS  II. 
Smith,  J.  T.    St.  Mary  Hall 

CLASS  III. 
Hodgson,  E.    Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 
Parker,  B.  T.    St.  Mary  Hall 

Examiners.— William,  Bp.  of  Chester.    R.  Payne  Smith.    W.  B.  T.  Jones. 


MICHAELMAS  TEKM,  1870. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Bidder,  H.  J.*        Univ. 
Bosanquet,  B.1       Ball. 
Clarke,  K.  L.5         Ball. 

CLASS  I. 
Cruttwell,  C.  T.6    St.  J. 
Fowler,  W.  W.       Line. 
Lindsell,  W.  H.  B.  Corpus 

Morice,  F.  D.5       STew 
Kankine,  A.            Ball. 
Stewart,  J.  A.7       Line. 

*  Fellow  of  Corpus. 
4  Fellow  of  University. 

2  The  second  Lord  Castletown.      3  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 
3  Fellow  of  Queen's.                      6  Fellow  of  Merton. 
7  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1870 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


299 


CLASS  II. 


Belcher,  T.  H.       Queen's 
Eade,  E.  A.            New 

Hardy,  R.               Ball. 
Heard,  W.  A.         Trin. 

Muir,  R.  J.             Magd. 
Ormerod,  J.  A.1      Corpus 

Forster,  A.  S.         New 

Matthew,  W.  E.     St.  J. 

Ritchie,  F.              Line. 

Garbett,  A.  C.        Mgd.H. 
Grenville-Murray, 

Moncrieff,  F.  C.     New 
Morgan,  E.  S.         Line. 

Rooper,  T.  G.          Ball. 
Shattock,  G.2         St.  J. 

D.  N.  W.  E.  C.     Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  III. 

Almack,  A.  C.        Wore. 

Croasdill,  W.         Pemb. 

Monro,  A.               Oriel 

Bathe,  A.                Bras. 
Bennett,  E.  L.        Corpus 
Brock,  "W.               Magd. 

Dayman,  W.  "W".    Exeter 
Downer,  A.  C.        Bras. 
Greswell,  W.  H.     Bras. 

Sharpe,  R.  R.          St.  J. 
Smith,  S.  C.  F.        Mgd.H. 
Thompson,  J.  E.     Wadh. 

Bromley,  T.  M.       Merton 

Harrison,  D.           Queen's 

Thomson,  T.  K.      Exeter 

Chapman,  G.  W.    Ch.  Ch. 
Copleston,  E.  G.     Ch.  Ch. 

Hughes,  J.  P.         Ball. 
Lovell,  W.              Exeter 

White,  A.  C.           Ch.  Ch. 
Wilson,  F.              Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Balston,  W.  E.       Univ. 
Bell,  F.                    Univ. 

Cohen,  J.  I.            "Wore. 
Coleridge,  E.  H.     Ball. 

Knipe,  J.  D.           Wore. 
Wimble,  H.            Queen's 

Bone,  W.  M.  '         Pemb. 

Cross,  J.                 Exeter 

Wordsworth,  C.  S.  Univ. 

Brackenbury,M.J.F.  New 

Gregory,  R.  S.        Trin. 

Examiners.— M.  Pattison.    G.W.Kitchin.    T.  H.  Green.    J.  R.  Magrath. 


Exeter 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physieis. 

CLASS  I. 
Edwards,  A.  W.     Univ.     |  Mozley,  A.  D.         Jesus     |  RUcker,  A.  W.3      Bras. 

CLASS  LT. 
Harrison,  J.  B.      Queen's  |  Jeffreys,  A.  F.        Ch.  Ch.  |  Walker,  J.  R. 

CLASS  III. 
Berry,  J.  H.    Ch.  Ch.     |     Taylor,  F.  W.    Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 
Phillimore,  A.    Oriel 

Examiners. — C.  J.  Faulkner.    W.  Esson.    H.  Daman. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 

Champneys,  F.       Bras.      I  Fison,  F.  W.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Sharkey,  S.  J.        Jesus 

Childs,  C.  Merton  | 

CLASS  II. 

Blencowe,  C.  E.     Wadh.    I  Byrne,  C.  P.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Thompson,  W.  E.   Ch.Ch, 

Bradshaw,  J.  D.     Magd.    |  Drewitt,  F.  G.  D.  Ch.  Ch.  | 

CLASS  III. 
Morgan,  J.  H.       Trinity 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— J.  A.  Dale.    E.  Chapman.    J.  F.  Payne. 


In  Jurisprudent! a  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
Diggle,  J.  W.        Merton  |  Gilliat,  H.  Univ.      \  Henderson,  H.  P.  New 


1  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


2  Fellow  of  Hertford. 


3  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


300 


CLASS   LISTS 


1871 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna  (continued). 
CLASS  II. 


Acland,  A.  H.  D.  Ch.  Ch. 

Dunn,  O.  J.            Edm.H. 

Scott,  H.  E.  H.      Ball. 

Brown,  W.  B.        Bras. 
Churchill,  Lord 

Kenyon,  E.  LI.      Ch.  Ch. 
Leach,  J.                Ch.  Ch. 

Stuart-Wortley, 
A.  J.                   Merton 

E.  H.  S.               Merton 

Lucy,  W.  C.           Trin. 

Turner,  A.  H.        Ch.  Ch. 

Cosser,  W.  W.  L.  Magd. 

Maxwell-Lyte, 

Wilson,  E.  J.         Magd. 

Donoughmore, 

H.  C.                   Ch.  Ch. 

Woodruff,  C.  H.    Merton 

Earl  of,               Ball. 

Pownall,  F.           Exeter 

CLASS  HE. 

Beavan,  A.  E.        Wore. 

Claughton,  T.  L.   Trin. 

Lucas,  S.  F.           Exeter 

Bickerton,  J.  J.     Char.H. 

Eveleigh-Wynd- 

Eendle,  H.  E.        Bras. 

Browne,  E.  K.        New 

ham,  E.  J.           Corpus 

Taylor,  E.  G.          Wadh. 

Burgess,  H.  N.       Wore. 
Chamberlen,  L.  J.  Bras. 

King,  T.                  Queen's 
Lloyd-Jones,  J.     Jesus 

Waite,  F.  U.          Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bartley,  A.  H.       Queen's  |  Hopwood,  C.  A.     Bras. 

Lewis,  W.  H.         Line. 

Examiners.—  C.  W.  Boase.    H.  B.  George.     Lord  Colchester. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  I. 
Dundas,  C.  L.1       Brasenose 

CLASS  II. 
Turner,  Gr.  K.         New 

CLASS  in. 
Trotman,  A.  L.      St.  Mary  Hall 

CLASS  IV. 
Dyer,  T.  T.  Pemb.     |    Elliott-Smith,  H.  J.  Wore. 

Examiners.— William,  Bp.  of  Chester.     E.  Payne  Smith.     W.  B.  T.  Jones. 


TRINITY   TERM,   1871. 


In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Farrer,  J.  A. 
Gibson,  J.  F. 


Allen,  W.D. 
Hodge,  E.V. 


Ball. 

New 


Magd. 
Ball. 


Tatton,  E.  G. 
Wallace,  E.3 


Ball. 
Line. 


Arnold,  E.  P. 
Gregory,  F.  A. 

Cook,  H.  K. 
Cruttwell,C.A.W. 


Ball. 
Corpus 


Trin. 
Univ. 


CLASS  I. 

Illingworth,  J.E.1  Corpus 
Leadam,  I.  S.2       Univ. 

CLASS  II. 

Jameson,  G.  M.     Ch.  Ch.  I  Thompson,  C.  J.   Mgd.H. 
Mills,  F.  C.  Univ.      | 

CLASS  III. 

Heathcote,T.G.J.Worc.     I  Pope,  E.  W.  M.     Wore. 
Humphrys,  W.      New        |  Wilkinson,  E.       Merton 

CLASS  IV. 
Fisher,  W.  W.4      Merton  I  Wetherall,  H.  E.  Bras. 


Examiners.— -M.  Pattison.    D.  B.  Monro.    T.  H.  Green.    J.  E.  Magrath. 


1  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


2  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 
4  Fellow  of  Corpus. 


3  Fellow  of  Worcester. 


1871  BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES.  3.01 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Bickmore,  C.  E.i  Ch.  Ch.  I  Eashleigh,  G.  B.  Exeter    I  Wilson,  J.  C.2        Ball. 
Cooper,  H.S.        All  S.     |  1 

CLASS  II. 
Eogers,  C.  F.    Trinity 

CLASS  III. 
Kobinson,  J.     Balliol 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners— B.  Price.    C.  J.  Faulkner.    J.  Griffiths. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 

CLASS  II. 
Berry,  J.  H.    Ch.  Ch.     |     Hatton,  J.W.    Wadh. 

CLASS  III. 
Wharton.H.T.    Wadham 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— W.  Ogle.    J.  A.  Dale.    A.  G.  V.  Harcourt. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 

Bartlett,  E.  A.       Ch.  Ch.  |  Dale,  H.  J.  New       I  Smith,  W.  P.        New 

Buller,C.W.3        Ch.  Ch.  |  Devas,  C.  S.          Ball.       | 

CLASS  II. 
Aglionby,  F.  K.  Y.    Queen's      |     Bonnor-Maurice,  E.  A.    New 

CLASS  III. 


Courthope,  G.  K  Wadh. 
Davidson,  E.  T.     Trin. 
Duff,  T.  G.  Trin. 


Graham-Jones, 

C.  E.  Queen's 

Massingberd,W.O.Magd. 


Payne,  F.E.H.     St.  J. 
Ranking,  D.  F.      Mgd.  H. 
Walters,  E.  Univ. 


CLASS  IV. 
Colley,A.N.         Ch.  Ch.  |  Courthope,  G.  J.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Thornber,  H.         Queen's 

Examiners.— G.  W.  Boase.    S.  J.  Owen.    H.  B.  George. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  I. 
Button,  A.  W.    Exeter 

CLASS  II. 
Davenport,  J.  M.  Exeter   |  Dodd,  J.  T.  Ch.  Ch.  |  Druitt,  C.  Exeter 

CLASS  III. 

Bean,  A.  H.  S.      Pemb.     1  Mason,  E.  E.         Queen's  I  Eyan,  V.  J.  Wadh. 

Hunt,  C.  J.  St.M.H. 

CLASS  IV. 
Davies,  W.  H.  S.  Pemb.     |  Shaw,  T.  S.  Wadh.    |  Wheeler,  E.  G.     Wore. 

Examiners.— William,  Bp.  of  Chester.    E.  Payne  Smith.    W.  Kay. 
1  Fellow  of  New  College.  2  Fellow  of  Oriel.  3  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


302 


CLASS  LISTS 


1871 


MICHAELMAS    TERM,  1871. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Abbot,  H.  N.         Corpus 

Figgins,  E.  L.        Ball. 

Moore,  A.  L.4        Exeter 

Bodington,  N.1      Wadh. 

Heberden,  C.  B.2  BalL 

Morshead,E.D.A.  New 

Brooke,  J.  E.         Oriel 

Lee,  A.  M.             Ball. 

Payne,  E.  J.5         Char.H.' 

Bryce,  J.  A.           Ball. 

Macan,  E.  W.3       Univ. 

Peters,  F.  H.5        BaU. 

Bushnell,    A.   J. 

Merryweather,  J. 

Pope,  H.  M.  E.i      St.  J. 

deH.                   Edm.H. 

H.  W.                  Trin. 

Skrine,  J.  H.6        Corpus 

Cross,  J.               Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Bolland,  W.  E.     Merton 

Irwin,  S.  T.           Exeter 

Pitcairn,  D.  L.       Magd. 

Clerk,  F.  J.            Univ. 

Jeans,  G.  E.7          Pemb. 

Prothero,  H.  A.     Ball. 

Davis,  E.  C.           Queen's 

Lewis,  J.  S.           Ch.  Ch. 

Eeith,  A.  W.          New 

Davy,  J.  S.             Ball. 

Little,  W.              Corpus 

Silvester,  E.  F.      Univ, 

Dueat,  W.  M.  G.  Ball. 

Pearson,  C.  H.       Trin. 

Tremenheere,  S.G.New 

Gordon,  W.           Unatt. 

Percival,  L.  J.  E.  Bras. 

Vincent,  C.  F.       New 

Hirst,  H.  E.           Queen's 

Phillips,  C.  B.       New 

CLASS  HI. 

Ady,  F.  E.             Exeter 
Alford,  E.              Wadh. 

Miles,  E.                Trin. 
Palmer,  J.  B.         Wore. 

Stewart,  W.  J.      Exeter 
Stone,  F.  W.          Bras. 

Benson,  W.  D.      Ball. 

Pritchard,  E.  H.   Jesus 

Walker,  W.  G.      Exeter 

Bourchier,A.E.M.Ch.  Ch. 

Prosser,  W.  B.      Bras. 

Watkins,  0.  D.      Merton 

Collins,  W.  E.  W.  Jesus 

Eedpath,  H.  A.      Queen's 

Wight,  A.              New 

Davenport,  A.       Ball. 

Eickards,  A.  G.     Bras. 

Wilmot,F.E.W.  Trin. 

Dowding,  A.  J.C.  New 

Eobin,  C.  J.           Univ. 

Woodhouse,  S.H.  Univ. 

Hill,  T.                   Queen's 

Schomberg,  E.  B.  New 

Woods,  E.  L.        Queen's 

Lochee,  L.  T.        Exeter 

Brown,  F.  J.  Bras. 
Durrant,  G.  B.  Oriel 
Harvey,  F.  B.  New 


CLASS  IV. 

Kendall,  A.  G.      Merton 
Eichmond,  H.  I.  BalL 


Weatherly,  F.  E.  Bras. 
Young,  A.  Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.— H.  Furneaux.    D.  B.  Monro.    T.  H.  Green.    J.  E.  Magrath. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Baynes,  E.  E.3  Wadh.     |      Becker,  W.    New 


Anson,  F.  H. 
Anthony,  E. 
Browne,  F.  H. 
Foster,  W.  E. 


Ball. 
Ch.  Ch. 
Wadh. 
Univ. 


CLASS  II. 

Harrison,  E.  G.     Merton 
Jones,  D.  Jesus 

Longstaff,  G.  H.    New 
Lupton,  S.  Ch.  Ch. 


Micholls,  S.  P. 
Eigg,  E. 
Eoberts,  E. 
Spencer,  A. 


New 
Queen's 
Magd. 
Bras. 


CLASS  III. 
Enfield,  E.W.    Corpus     |     Humfrey,  A.  G,  P.    Line. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— -B.  Price.    C.  J.  Faulkner.    J.  Griffiths. 


Fellow  of  Lincoln. 
Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


2  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 
5  Fellow  of  University, 
f  Fellow  of  Hertford. 


3  Senior  Student  of  Ch.Ch. 
6  Fellow  of  Merton. 


1872 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


303 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 


Black,  H.  A. 
Goolden,  W.  T. 
Jacob,  E.  H. 

Forty,  E.  H. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Magd. 
Corp. 

Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  I. 
J  Mac  Donald,  A.  S. 
L.                        Mert. 
j  Ormerod,  J.  A.      Jesus 
CLASS  II. 
|  Turner,  J.             Exeter 
CLASS  III. 
None. 
CLASS  IV. 
None. 

IEiicker,  A.W. 
West,  S.  H. 

|  Twynam,  J.  L. 

Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 

St.M.H. 

Examiners.— W.  Ogle.    J.  A.  Dale.    E.  H.  M.  Bosanquet. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 

Earle,  J.  C.            Exeter   j  Fitzgerald,  J.  V.  Ball. 

Hardy,  H.i            Univ. 

CLASS  II. 

Balfour  of  Bur- 

Hall,  H.                 Mert. 

Plunkett,  Hon.  E. 

leigh,  Lord        Oriel 

Jopp,  C.  H.            New 

E.  S.                   Ch.  Ch. 

Brown,  H.  E.        Queen's 

Neish,  G.  W.         Corp. 

Somers-Smith, 

Cooper,  F.             Queen's 

Parr,  C.  F.             Exeter 

E.  V.                  Mert. 

Durnford,  E.         Exeter 

CLASS  III. 

Alexander,  J.  A.  Queen's 
Balfour,  C.  C.        Magd. 

Holme,  G.  A.        Univ. 
Jones,  J.                 Jesus 

Osborne,  S.  E.       Univ. 
Parker,  C.  A.  C.    Wadh. 

Bovill,  E.  C.           Ch.  Ch. 

Levinge,  W.  H.     Oriel 

Skrine,  E.  H.        Wadh. 

Cochran,  W.  H.    Exeter 

Nicholson,E.W.B.Trin. 

Williams,  G.          Mert. 

Cotes,  C.  H.           Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 

Beart,  F.  E.           Wadh. 

Moore,  D.              Exeter 

Eathbone,  W.  G.  Univ. 

Harries,  W.           Jesus 

Morris,  C.  S.          New 

Vesey,  Hon.  E.     Ch.  Ch. 

Hill,  W.  W.          Oriel 

Pierce,  H.  G.         Queen's 

Examiners.'— S.  J.  Owen.    H.  B.  George.    M.  Creighton. 


Fletcher,  P. 

Elwes,  E.  L. 
Gray,  E.  D.  H. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  I. 
Exeter    |  Gwilliam,  G.  H.2  Jesus 

CLASS  II. 

Univ.      I  Plummer,  E.  T.    Pemb. 
Bras. 


I  Meredith,  W.  M.  Mgd.H. 
I  Eider,  T.J.  Bras. 


CLASS  III. 

Eastty,  J.  H.         Wore.     |  Olive,  C.  Exeter    I  Whytehead,W.  F.  Queen's 

Maude,  C.B.         Exeter    |  Olive,  L.  A.  Ch.  Ch.    | 

CLASS  IV. 
Dawe,  M.W.B.    Ball,     j     De  Fontaine,  A.  H.    Wore. 

Examiners.— W.  Kay.    B.  Payne  Smith.    W.  Stubbs. 


TRINITY  TERM,  1872. 
In  Literis  Hunaanioribus. 


Callendar,  J.  M.  Oriel 
Davidson,  L.         New 


CLASS  I. 

Goodwin.  A.          Ball. 
Gregory,  B.  A.      Bras. 


Marshall.  J. 
Shute,  E.3 


Ball. 
N.  I.  H. 


1  Fellow  of  All  Souls.  2  Fellow  of  Hertford. 

3  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


304 


CLASS   LISTS 


1872 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued'). 


Allanson,  E.  P. 
Boodle,  E.  W. 
Freeman.  G-.  M. 
Garrod,  H.  B. 
Green,  M.  H.i 

Birkett,  D.  M. 
Black,  C. 
Bode,  J.  E. 

Queen's 
Magd. 
Corp. 
Mert. 
Corp. 

Ch.  Ch. 

New 
New 

CLASS  II. 
Hindmarsh,  T.  C.  Trin. 
Hopkinson,  A.2     Line. 
Horner,  G.  W.       Ball. 
MacClymont,C.E.  Ball. 

CLASS  III. 
Bradley,  E.            Wadh. 
Hummel,  F.  H.     Wore. 

s*t-    . 

Omond,  T.  S.3 
Read,  Ph. 
Sturgis,  J.  K. 
Traies,  W.* 

Patten,  J. 
Simmons,  C. 

Ball. 
Line. 
Ball. 
Wore. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 
Graeme,  K.  S.         Trin.      |         Eorison,  W.  M.  M.        St.  J. 

Examiners. — H.  Furneaux.    D.  B.  Monro.    J.  E.  Magrath.    A.  Eobinson. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Bussell,  J.  W.«      Ball.       |  Tanner, H.W.LI.  Jesus      |  Young,  H. 

CLASS  II. 
Fisher,  A.  B.         Ball.       |  Tylecote,  C.  B.  L.s  Queen's  |  Young,  J. 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— C.  J.  Faulkner.    J.  Griffiths.    W.  H.  Laverty. 


Queen's 
Ball. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Cooper,  H.  S.        All  S.      |  Earwaker,  J.  P.     Merton  |  Moullin,  C.  W.  M.  Pemb. 

CLASS  II. 
Green,  H.  Queen's 

CLASS  in. 
Fox,  E.  C.  D.      Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 
Lloyd,  J.  A.       St.  John's 

Examiners.— W.  Ogle.    E.  H.  M.  Bosanquet.    A.  W.  Eeinold. 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 


Powell,  F.  Y.        Ch.  Ch. 
Stiffe,  C.  E.            Ball. 

Chesman,  J.          Wadh. 
Collins,  J.  C.          Ball. 
Grenside,  C.  E.      Wadh. 
Hancock,  F.          Wadh. 
Harris,  S.  F.          Wore. 

Fawcett,  W.  M.    Merton 
Goodwyn,  F.  W.  Bras. 
Graham,  J.             Corpus 
Gresley,  N.  W.      Exeter 

CLASS  I. 
Tait,  C.                  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
Kinch,  A.  E.          Bras. 
Luttmann-Johnson, 
J.A.                    Trin. 
Overend,  T.  G.       Unatt. 

CLASS  III. 
Hay,  J.  Y.              Ball. 
Hobson,  J.  P.        Wore. 
Jack,  C.                 Ch.  Ch. 
Mosley,  T.              Alb.  H. 

Wakeman,  Sir  O. 
Bt.                      Ch.  Ch. 

Punchard,  E.  G.   N.I.H. 
Eobertson,  T.  H.  Magd. 
Stronge,  J.  H.       Bras. 
Wood,  J.  B.           Merton 

Eoper,  H.  C.          Merton 
Sutton,  E.              Univ. 
Turner,  C.  A.         Trin. 
Williams,  G.  M.    St.  J. 

Fellow  of  Trinity.      2  Stowell  Fellow  of  University. 
Fellow  of  Merton.      «  Fereday  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


1872 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


305 


Burney,  A.  G.       Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  IV. 


Champernowne, 
W. 


Cree,  C.  E. 
Dupuis,  C.  S. 


Univ. 
Line. 


Furneaux,  W.  C.  Bras. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Examiners.— S.  J.  Owen.    A.  S.  Chavasse.    M.  Creighton. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  I. 
Monck,  G.  G.        Bras. 

CLASS  II. 
Bradley,  W.  H.     Exeter   |  Mitchell,  J.  Univ.      |  Pearson,  A.         Line. 

CLASS  III. 

Collins,  E.  V.        Exeter    I  Hill,  E.  B.  Wadh.    I  Tower,  C.  M.  A.  Magd. 

Dawes,  N.  Alb.  H.  |  Pulling,  J.  L.        Ch.  Ch.  I 

CLASS  IV. 

Coote,C.M.  Univ.      I  Eundell,  E.  W.  M.  I  Trotter,  J.  G.       St.  J. 

Michael,  J.  Jesus      |      C.  Mgd.H.  | 

Examiners.— W.  Kay.    E.  H.  Plumptre.    W.  Stubbs. 


MICHAELMAS  TEBM,  1872. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 


Ball,  C.  J.             Queen's 
Connell,  A.  K.       New 

Gibson,  C.  H.         St.  J. 
Gibson,  W.  S.        Ball. 

Masterman,  J.  S.4  Corpus 
Mowbray,E.  G.  C.5  Ball. 

Courtney,  W.  L.1  Univ. 

Gilkes,  A.  H.         Ch.  Ch. 

Stanger,  H.  Y.       Line. 

Furneaux,  W.  M.  Corpus 
Gibbons,  E.  T.2      Exeter 

Grigsby,  W.  E.      Ball. 
Hall,  F.  H.«           Corpus 

Wilson,  J.  C.3        Ball. 

CLASS  n. 

Agar,  T.                  Ch.  Ch. 
Armitstead,  F.  E.  Exeter 

Fawkes,  A.            Ball. 
Gillespie,  G.  E.      Ball. 

Eaikes,  T.  D.         Oriel 
Eussell,  J.              Ball. 

Barnwell,  F.  L.     Magd. 

Gordon,  J.  S.  M.    Ball. 

Scott,  A.  G.            Ch.  Ch. 

Bennett,  F.  E.       New 
Bourne,  C.  F.         St.  J. 

Gristock,  A.  G.      Mgd.  H. 
Lefroy,  W.  C.         Ch.  Ch. 

Sharp,  G.                Line. 
Sinclair,  W.  M.     Ball. 

Chettle,  H.             Exeter 

Lloyd,  D.                Jesus 

Stock,  St.  G.           Pemb. 

Christie,  T.             Line. 

Longridge,  W.  H.  Corpus 

Walshe,  W.  H.      Wore. 

Dawson,  G.  H.       Wadh. 

Manson,  E.  W.  D.  Bras. 

Wannop,  A.  E.      Bras. 

De  Sausmarez,  F. 

Pickford,  W.         Exeter 

Warner,  W.  C.      Exeter 

B.                        Pemb. 

Pilcher,  G.  T.         Corpus 

Whittuck,  C.  A.4  Oriel 

Durrant,  E.            New 

Priestley,  W.          Univ. 

Wilson,  W.  J.        Wadh. 

Escott,  W.  W.  S.  Trin. 

CLASS  m. 

Adamson,  A.  G.    Wore. 

Kerr,  G.                  Exeter 

Powell,  T.              Jesus 

Buckmaster,  C.  J.  Queen's 

Mackay,  T.             New 

Price,  H.  S.  B.       Merton 

Cooper,  V.  K.         Bras. 

Morgan,  C.  L.  G.  Wore. 

Prior,  C.  E.             Queen'a 

Edwards,  LI.          Line. 

Mulvany,  W.  C.     Magd. 

Eamsden,  H.  P.     Wore. 

Evans,  W.               Jesus 

Murray,  G.  H.        Ch.  Ch. 

Sandford,  G.H.W.  New 

Fowler,  W.  W.      Jesus 

Neale,  J.  A.            Queen's 

Sharpe,  H.  M.       Wore. 

Graham,  H.  E.       Exeter 

Nolloth,  C.  F.         Oriel 

Smith,  S.  Le  B.      Univ. 

Green,  G.  L.           New 

Pelham,  S.              Magd. 

Torry,  J.  E.            Wore. 

Hodges,  E.  N.         Queen's 
Hopwood,  H.  E.     Oriel 
Hutton,  E.  M.        Queen's 

Perry,  W.  C.            Exeter 
Ploetz,  B.  A.          Magd. 

Wynne-Jones,  J. 
W.                      Ch.  Ch. 

1  Fellow  of  Merton ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  New  College. 
2  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.  3  Fellow  of  Oriel. 

*  Fellow  of  Brasenose.  5  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


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CLASS   LISTS 


1872 


In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 


Atkinson,  J.  T.  Bras. 
Davies,  J.  H.  Jesus 
Hansell,  E.  A.  Pemb. 


CLASS  IV. 

Harper  W.  Trin. 

Kempe,  W.  J.         Wore. 
Mosley,  H.  Wore. 


Nicholas,  W.  L. 
Wade,  C.  FitzR. 


Jesus 
Magd. 


Examiners.— H.  Furneaux.    D.  B.  Monro.    H.  L.  Thompson.    A.  Robinson. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Eastgate,  C.  E.      Merton  |  Leudesdorf,  C.1       Wore.     I  Tylecote,  E.  F.  S.  St.  J. 
Handsombody,  H.  I  Boe,  B.  H.  Ball. 

E.  St.  J.       I 

CLASS  II. 
Bras.  |  Knollys,  C.  C.        Magd. 

CLASS  III. 

I  Harrison,  P.  B.      Pemb.     I  Smith,  E.  W.         Mgd.  H. 
|  Milner,  B.  J.          Exeter   | 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 


Hotham,  A. 

Beadon,  E.  B.        Univ. 
Garstang,  T.W.H.  Ball. 


Examiners.—  G.  S.  Ward.    J.  Griffiths.    W.  H.  Laverty. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 

Baynes,  B.  E.2       Wadh.    I  Cleminshaw,  E.     Merton  I  Lupton,  S. 
Carbonell,  F.  E.    Merton  |  Longstaff,  G.  B.     New        |  Bigg,  E. 

CLASS  II. 
Biddell,  W.  A.       Queen's 

CLASS  III. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— W.  Ogle.    E.  H.  M.  Bosanquet.    A.  W.  Eeinold. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Queen's 


In  Jurisprudentia  et  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 


Bryce,  J.  A.  Ball. 

Holderness,  T.  W.  Univ. 
MacNeill,  J.  G.  S.  Ch.  Ch. 

Ashby,  T.  Exeter 

Gardner,  J.  W.      Bras. 
Hammick,  E.  V.    Exeter 

Buncombe,  A.  G.  Ch.  Ch. 
Monnington,  W.    Wore. 
Oldfield,  J.  E.        Oriel 


CLASS  II. 

Ord,  E.  Ball. 

Eisley,  H.  H.          New 
Eussell,  L.  P.         Trin. 

CLASS  III. 

Hummel,  F.  H.  Wore. 
Janson,  C.  A.  Univ. 
Lloyd,  C.  Oriel 

CLASS  IV. 
[  Povah,  F.  K.          Ch.  Ch. 

Taylor-Taswell,  S. 
I      T.  St.M.H. 


Tremenheere,  W. 
B.  Oriel 


Smurthwaite,G.F.  Wore. 
Williams.E.  ap  H.  Ch.  Ch. 


West,  S.  H.  Wore. 

Wilkinson,  H.  J.   Bras. 


Examiners.— M..  Burrows.    H.  B.  George.    C.  L.  Shadwell. 


1  Fellow  of  Pembroke. 


2  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 


1872 


BY   PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


307 


Fox,  S.  N. 
Howell,  B. 


In  Jurisprudentia. 

CLASS  1. 

New       I  Pulling,  J.  L.        Ch.  Ch.  I  Whatley,  A.  T. 
Corpus  I 

CLASS  II. 


Bigge,  W.  E.          New 
Edwards-Moss,  J. 
E.  Ball. 

Birley,  F.  Univ. 

Maitland,T.A.F.Ch.Ch. 


Lake,  B.  J. 
Poyser,  A.  H. 


New 
Ch.  Ch. 


CLASS  III. 
I  Venning,  W.  M.    Wore. 


Senior,  W.  N. 
Wood,  A.  G. 


Ch.  Ch. 


Univ. 
Pemb. 


Williamson,  H.  T.  St.  J. 


CLASS  IV. 
Casie-Chitty,  J.  J. 


Exeter 
Examiners.— "ML.  Bernard.    J.  Bryce.    A.  S.  Chavasse. 


Giles,  E. 


In  Historia  Moderna. 
CLASS  I. 


Ch.  Ch.  1  Parsons,  J. 


New        |  Keynolds,  B.          Wadh. 
I  Warner,  E.  H.       Trin. 


CLASS  II. 

Acworth,  W.  M.    Ch.  Ch.  I  Nanson,  W.  Trin. 

Middleton,  J.  W.  Queen's  |  I 

CLASS  III. 

Brown,  H.  Univ.      I  Luard,  T.  I.  Wadh.    I  Townshend,  W.     Bras. 

Laming,  H.  Queen's  1  Eose,  G.  D.  F.        Pemb.     | 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— G.  W.  Boase.    S.  J.  Owen.    M.  Creighton. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 


Shirreff,  F.A.P. 


Kenrick,  C.  W.  H.  Bras. 
Kitchin.  J.  G.        Ch.  Ch. 

Mgd.H. 

Bras. 


Lloyd,  C.  H. 
Longridge,  J. 


CLASS  I. 
Queen's        |        Walker,  J.  E.        Corpus 

CLASS  II. 

Moberly,  E.  H.       Corpus 
Eobinson,  C.  J.      Ch.  Ch. 
Scobell,  E.  C.         Pemb. 
Sketchley,  E.  P.     St.  J. 

Sparks,  W.  E. 
Stretton.  J.  G.  M. 
Sturdy,  H.  C. 

Exeter 
Wadh. 
Unatt. 

CLASS  III. 
Littleton,  Hon.  C. 
J.                         Ch.  Ch. 
Lowthian,  W.        Queen's 
Ommanney,  G.  C.  Wadh. 

Pardoe,  G.  O. 
Smith,  H.  G. 
Story,  C.  E. 

Univ. 
Mgd.  H. 
Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 
Formby,  E.  H.        St.M.H. 
Hilliard,  J.  E.        Wadh. 
Jones,  E.  E.           Alb.  H. 
Martin,  H.              Edm.H. 

Shiers,  J. 
Stones,  G.  B. 
Wickham,  G.  B. 
Wright,  W. 

Bras. 
St.J. 

New 
Edm.H. 

Chapman,  W.  S.    New 
Douglas,  E.  Exeter 

Everard,  E.  B.  C.  Bras. 
Gull,  J.  E.  Alb.  H. 


Alison,  H.  S.  Keble 

Brooks,  T.  B.  Univ. 

Edwards,  E.  J.  Jesus 

Evans,  D.  W.  Jesus 

Examiners.— W.  Kay.    E.  H.  Plumptre.    W.  Stubbs. 
X  2 


308  CLASS  LISTS  1873 

TBINTTY    TEBM,    1873. 

In  Literis  Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Eastwick,  J.1         Univ.      I  Plummer,  C.  Corpus  I  Smith,  A.  L.2        Ball. 

Forbes,  W.H.       Ball.       |  Eoscoe,  H.W.        Corpus   I  Wright,  T.H.«      Trin. 

CLASS  II. 


Gholmondeley,  F. 
G.4                      Ch.  Ch. 
Craddock,  F.  H.    Line. 

Blackwood,  A.  E.  Ball. 
Cull,  J.  B.              Ball. 

Dowding,  F.  T.      St.  J. 
Farrer,  W.             Ball. 

Drummond,  J.  E.  New 
Elgin,  Earl  of       Ball. 
Grey,  W.                Exeter 

CLASS  III. 
Fynes-Clinton,  A. 
N.                        Ch.  Ch. 
Miles,  C.  O.            Trin. 

CLASS  IV. 
Sweet,  H.              Ball. 

Linton,  W.  E.       Corpus 
Eichmond,  W.  J.  Unatt. 
Street,  A.  E.          Oriel 

Smith,  G.  W.         Exeter 
Whitefoord,  B.      New 

Wilkinson,  G.       Wore. 

Examiners. — H.  Furneaux.    T.  Fowler.    H.  L.  Thompson.    A.  Eobinson. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Elliott,  E.  B.s        Magd.     I  Lomax,  C.  H.         Corpus   I  Pargiter,  F.  E.      Exeter 

Judson,  J.  E.         Ch.  Ch.  |  Nash,  A.  M.  Queen's  |  Stocker,  W.  N.6     Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  n. 

None. 

CLASS  III. 

Beaumont,  S.    Ch.  Ch.    |     Eansome,  C.    Merton 

CLASS  IV. 
Bryans,  E.  L.      Queen's 

Examiners.— G.  S.  Ward.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    W.  H.  Laverty. 


In  Scientia  Naturali. 

CLASS  I. 

Bruce-Clarke,  W.  Pemb.     I  Kidd,  P.  Ball.       I  Tanner,  H.  W.  LI.  Jesus 

Gulliver,  G.  Pemb.        Southam,  F.  A.      Trin.      I  Tindall,  E.  Queen's 

Jackson,  W.  H.     New 

CLASS  n. 
Becker,  W.  New     |     Phillips,  W.  H.    Jesus 

CLASS  in. 
Hakewill,  J.  E.     Exeter 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— W.  H.  Corfield.    E.  H.  M.  Bosanquet.    A.  W.  Eeinold. 


In  Jurisprudentia. 

CLASS  I. 
Grigsby,  W.  E.  Ball.  ]  Holt- White,  E.  Oriel  |  Urmson,  G.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
Fortescue,  J.  B.  Ball.  |  Plumb,  T.  S.  Ball.  |  Wadmore,  J.A.W.  Oriel 


Fellow  of  Trinity.  2  Fellow  of  Trinity ;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol. 

3  Fellow  of  Merton.  *  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

5  Fellow  of  Queen's.        8  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


1873 


Eversley,  W.  P. 
Kennedy,  C.  W. 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


CLASS  III. 

Queen's  |  Kenrick,  E.  New       | 

Univ.      I  Micholls,  S.  P.       New       1 

CLASS  IV. 
Evans,  W.       Jesus    |    Sidgwick,  A. 


Ward,  E.  T. 


309 
Univ. 


Examiners.  —  M.  Bernard.    J.  Bryce. 


Line. 
A.  S.  Chavasse. 


In  Historia  Moderna. 


Gibson,  G-.  Wore. 

Harrison,  H.  E.  B.  Oriel 

Barnett,  H.  Ch.  Ch. 

Fletcher,  K.  E.      New 
Hardinge,  M.  S.  C. 
F.  New 


CLASS  I. 
1  Mortimer,  H.  B.    New 
[  Boberts,A.  W.      Line. 

CLASS  II. 
Hebb,  H.  A.           Queen's 
Loch,  C.  S.             Ball. 
Lyall,  R.  C.            Trin. 
Moberly,  W.  A.     Ch.  Ch. 

Wakeman,  H.  O.1  Ch.  Ch. 
Wildig,  G.  LI.  B.  New 

Ornsby,  J.  A.         Line. 
Scott.  A.                 Ball. 
Waldy,  A.  G.         Merton 
Waters,  W.  G.       Wore. 

Eddison,  0. 


Line. 


Bardwell,  T.  N. 
F.  Pemb. 


CLASS  III. 
|  Harwood,  H.        Magd.H.  |  Hodgson,  G.  A.     Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

J  Fellowes,  W.  G.    Merton  I  Orred,  J.  W. 
|  Hodson,  T.  Line.       |  Sayres,  E.  H.  C. 


Merton 
Exeter 


Examiners.— W.  Stubbs.    C.  W.  Boase.    M.  Creighton. 


Birkmyre,  N.  Y.  Corpus 

Dyball,  T.  S.  Bras. 

Alexander,  E.  F.  Bras. 

Bury,  E.  A.  Univ. 

Carter,  W.  M.  Pemb. 

Cross,  T.  U.  Exeter 

Brown,  C.  Wadh. 

Hyndman,  F.  A.  N.  I.  H. 

Jackson,  W.  Wore. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  I. 
Aglionby,  F.  K.  Y.     Queen's 

CLASS  II. 

ISharpe,  H.  M.  Wore. 
Shuttleworth,H.C.St.M.H, 

CLASS  ILL 

Curling,  E.  Bras. 

Edwards,  E.  W.  Ch.  Ch. 
Ellrodt,  F.  W.  Unatt. 
Hamilton,  G.  Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Leonard,  A.  A.      Oriel 
Maxwell-Lyte,  J.  Magd. 
Mountain,  J.          Queen's 


Smith,  E.F.N.      Trin. 
Williams,  C.  E.  E.  Bras. 

Leach,  E.  Corpus 

Nichols,  S.  E.  Magd. 

Springett,  W.  D.  Queen's 

Watkins,  0.  D.  Merton 


Spencer,  W. 
Walker,  O.  E. 


Merton 
St.  J. 


Examiners.— J.  B.  Mozley.    E.  H.  Plumptre.    H.  Deane. 


Pro  Gradu  Baccalaurei  in  Jure  Civili. 

CLASS  I. 
Vesey-Fitzgerald,  J.V.  Ball.    |     Whatley,  A.  T.         Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
McClymont,  C.  E.    Ball. 

CLASS  III. 
Casie-Chitty,  J.  J.      Exeter     |     Venning,  W.  M.        Wore. 

Examiners. — J.  Bryce.    J.  E.  Kenyon.    M.  Bernard.    A.  S.  Chavasse. 


Fellow  of  All  Souls. 


310 


CLASS  LISTS 


1873 


MICHAELMAS    TEKM,   1873. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


CLASS  I. 

Baring,  F.  H.        Corpus 
Bradley,  A.  C.       Ball. 

Cam,  W.  H.           New 
Holmes,  E.  G.  A.  St.  J. 

Schloss,  D.  F.        Corpus 
Scott,  G.  E.3           New 

Brown,  G.  B.1        Oriel 

Leach,  A.  F.2         New 

Williams,  J.          Line. 

Butler,  A.  J.1         Trin. 

Paget,  F.                Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Benson,  E.  H.        Ball. 

Fowler,  E.  M.        Pemb. 

Mackarness,  C.  C.  Exeter 

Bond,  F.                 Line. 

Grey,  H.  G.            Wadh. 

Maddison,  F.  B.    Bras. 

Brown,  J.  MacM.  Ball. 

Hawes,  F.  W.        Edm.H. 

Moberly,  W.  O.     Ball. 

Cook,  A.  K.            New 

Hensley,  E.  J.        Exeter 

Newman,  G.  W.    Pemb. 

Dunn,  J.  C.             New 

Hope,  H.  J.           Ch.  Ch. 

Skinner,  J.  H.        Ball. 

Edwards,  A.  C.      Line. 

Little,  J.  B.            Ch.  Ch. 

Vaux,  G.  B.            Corpus 

Elgood,  E,  J.         Exeter 

Lucas,  V.  W.         Ch.  Ch. 

Way,  J.  P.             Bras. 

Estcourt,  E.  W.     Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Bastow,  T.  C.  V.    Trin. 
Bean,  E.                  Trin. 
Burke,  H.  L.          Line. 

Maude,  J.              Merton 
Moore,  E.  H.         Queen's 
O'Brien,  F.  A.        Ch.  Ch. 

Quekett,  A.  E.       Bras. 
Simonds,  A.           Queen's 
Smith,  H.  E.  C.      Magd. 

Deane,  F.  H.          St.  J. 
Elam,  H.  D.           St.  J. 

Ottaway,  C.  J.       Bras. 
Ottley,  H.  B.          St.  J. 

Spooner,  G.  H.       Pemb. 
Tuckwell,  C.  W.    Queen's 

Elliot,  F.  E.  H.      Ball. 

Parkins,  W.  T.       Ball. 

Walpole,  A.  S.       Wore. 

Green,  F.  T.           New 

Pearson,  F.  J.  N.  Ball. 

Wedderburn,  H. 

Gunion,  E.  H.        Line. 

Poole,  A.  W.          Wore. 

G.                        Ball. 

Knowling,  E.  J.    Ball. 

Prichard,  J.  E.      Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Brodribb,  A.  A.     Exeter 

Haden,  F.  S.          Ch.  Ch. 

Overy,  H.               Queen's 

Darley,B.              Ch.Ch. 

Massey,  E.             Alb.  H. 

Thomas,  J.  S.        Univ. 

Examiners.—  W.  W.  Capes.    H.  L.  Thompson.    J.  E.  Thursfield.    A.  Eobinson. 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Croft,  W.  B.  Pemb.     I  Edwards,  W.4        Queen's  I  Jones,  E.  A.  Corpus 

Davies,  T.  D.         Jesus      1  I 

CLASS  LT. 
Archibald,  E.  D.  St.  J.      |  Campbell,  E.  J.     Exeter    |  Pigot,  J.  C.  Line. 


CLASS  III. 
Poole,  S.  Exeter    |    Wood,  S. 

CLASS  IV. 
Smith,  E.  Queen's 


Exeter 


Examiners.— Gc.  S.  Ward.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    W.  H.  Laverty. 


Burn,  S.  S.  Corpus 

Davies,  J.  H.          Corpus 
Hill,  A.  Du  B.       Magd. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 
Eives,  W.  C.  Corpus 


Schofield,  E.  H. 


Line. 


CLASS  II. 
None. 


TJdall,  T.  B. 
Wright,  G.  A. 


Queen's 
Unatt. 


1  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 
3  Fellow  of  Merton. 


2  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
<  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


1873 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


311 


CLASS  m. 

None. 
CLASS  IV. 

None. 
Examiners.— W.  H.  Corfield.  A.  W.  Eeinold.  M.  Foster. 


In  Jurisprudentia. 

CLASS  I. 

Sebastian,  L.  B.      Exeter 

CLASS  II. 

Daugars,  J.  W.  G. 
L.                        Alb.  H. 

Fraser,  H.              Oriel 
Goodwin,  T.  A.      Ball. 

Packe,  A.E.           Ch.Ch. 
Eoberts,  A.  W.      Line. 

Drummond,  J.  K.  New 

Minet,  W.               Univ. 

CLASS  III. 

Andrews,  W.  S.     Ch.  Ch. 

Corbett,  W.  A.       Pemb. 

Eeynolds,  B.          Wadh. 

Butler,  S.               Ch.Ch. 

Parrott,  J.  A.         Bras. 

Sayer,  J.                 Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Atkinson,  H.  P.     Mgd.H. 

Hodge,  E.  F.          Wore. 

Smith,  G.E.           Exeter 

Brown,  J.  A.          Wore. 

Examiners.—  M.  Bernard.    J.  Bryce.    T.  E.  Holland. 

In  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 

Boodle,  E.W.        Magd. 

Coolidge^.A.B.1  Exeter 

Jerrard,  A.  W.      Ch.  Ch. 

Carlyon,  H.  B.       Corpus 

Biggie,  J.  E.          Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 

Begbie,  A.  J.          Trin. 
Forman,  A.  F.  E.  Trin. 

Hill,  C.  E.  H.         New 
Philips,  W.  M.       Merton 

Eobinson,  W.  D.  Ch.  Ch. 
Woodd,  L.H.O.   Magd. 

Hannen,  J.  C.        Trin. 

CLASS  III. 

Bellot,  C.  F.           Unatt. 
Charrington,  A.F.  Univ. 

Griffith,  H.  W.       Queen's 
Holcroft,  C.            Trin. 

Milner,  G.              Ch.  Ch. 
Eobinson,  G.  W.  Queen's 

Eastwick,  K.W.E.  Merton 

Leney,  H.  L.          Oriel 

Trehearne,  G.  H.  St.  J. 

Forman,  J.  E.        Oriel 

Longman,  C.  J.     Univ. 

Tugwell,  A.  B.      Ch.  Ch. 

Gladstone,  J.  K.    Ch.  Ch. 

Mason,  A.  L.  A.     Trin. 

Warne,  H.  M.        Pemb. 

CLASS  IV. 

Blackburne,  F.W.  Merton 
Foley,  E.  F.  W.     Wadh. 

Marshall,  E.  H.     Oriel 
Nicholson.  A.  W.  Magd. 

Porter,  H.  B.         Exeter 
Eowbotham,  J.  F.  Ball. 

Heathcote,  J.  C.     Oriel 

Poley,  T.  W.          Merton 

Examiners.—  E.  A.  Freeman.    W.  Stubbs.    C.  "W.  Boase. 

In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  I. 

Bullock,  J.       Pemb.    |    Woods,  F.  H.2    Jesus 

CLASS  II. 

Boulter,  S.             Keble 

Davies,  S.  E.          Wore. 

Isaac,  G.  M.           Pemb. 

Cockin,  J.  I.  B.      Queen's 

Haigh,  W.  E.         Exeter 

Wilkinson,  J.  F.  Wadh. 

Darlington,  J.       Bras. 

Hewlett,  A.  M.      Queen's 

CLASS  III. 

Adams,  J.  N.          Queen's 

De  Wolf,  E.  B.      Wadh. 

Johnson,  A.  B.      Wore. 

Bartlett,  F.  A.        Pemb. 

Gamier,  E.  S.        Univ. 

Eundle,  T.  S.         Queen's 

Bevan,  C.  B.           Exeter 

Hooper,  G.  F.        Bras. 

Walsh,  A.  O.         Queen's 

Butler,  H.  S.          Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Altham,  A.  S.        Ch.  Ch. 
Bren,  K.                  Wore. 
Evington,  H.         Pemb. 

Lomas,  G.               Mgd.H. 
Monck,  E.F.B.     Pemb. 
Tucker,  J.  M.        Alb.  H. 

Tylee,  T.  G.           Trin. 
Vine,  M.  G.            Mgd.H. 
Wood,  E.  G.          Exeter 

Hamilton,  C.  C.     Univ. 

Examiners.  —  J.  B.  Mozley.    E.  H.  Plumptre.    H.  Deane. 

Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


2  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


312 


CLASS   LISTS 


1874 


TRINITY    TERM,   1874. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Asquith,  H.  H.     Ball. 
Broadbent,  H.      Exeter 

Dunn-Gardner, 
A.  A.  C.              Ball. 
Freeman,  C.  E.     Pemb. 
Fuller,  J.  P.          Mgd.H. 

Bancroft,  J.           Jesus 
Curling,  E.             Bras. 
Edwards,  A.  G.     Jesus 
Fowke,  V.  de  S.    Exeter 

CLASS  I. 
Eadcliffe,F.E.Y.i  Corpus 
Upcott,  L.  E.         Corpus 

CLASS  II. 
Mallock,W.H.    Ball. 
Moor,  E.  N.  P.       Ball. 
Nash,  A.                 Trin. 

CLASS  III. 
Heatley,  H.  E.      Keble 
Herbert,  St.  L.  A.  Wadh. 
Nowers,  G.  P.        Wadh. 

Wood,  G.2              Trin. 

Patton,  F.  J.          Ball. 
Eoe,  E.  H.              Ball. 
Waddell,W.W.  Ball. 

Pierson,K.T.       Mgd.H. 
Proctor,  H.             Univ. 
Pruen,  G.  G.          Ch.  Ch. 

Lean,  G.  S.  Trin. 

Examiners.— G.  E.  Thorley. 


CLASS  IV. 
|   Eolfe,C.J.  A11S.     |  Vicars,  E.  F.         Ball. 

W.  W.  Capes.    W.  C.  Sidgwick.    I.  Bywater. 
J.  E.  Thursfield. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Manley,  F.  H.    Exeter 

CLASS  II. 
Bartrum,  B.  T.    Bras. 

CLASS  III. 
Balleine,  J.  A.    Exeter   |   Moscardi,  E.  H.   Wore. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— G.  S.Ward.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    S.  W.  Bromfield. 


Acland,  T.  D.  Ch.  Ch. 
Blanshard,  C.  T.  Queen's 
Butler,  F.  H.  Wore. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 

Crosse,  T.  W.         Ball. 
Judson,  J.  E.        Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 
None. 

CLASS  m. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— W.  H.  Corfield.    M.  Foster.    J.  A.  Dale. 


Poole.W.  H.W.    Magd. 
Stocker,  W.  N.s     Ch.  Ch. 


In  Jurisprudentia. 

CLASS  I. 
Allison,  W.  Ball.       |  Eastwick,  J.          Trin. 

CLASS  II. 

Coolidge,W.A.B.*  Exeter    I  Maddison,  F.  B.    Bras. 
Hardy,  G.  H.         Ch.  Ch.   |  Eobin,  A.  H.         New 


Whitmore,  C.  A.1  Ball. 
Stuart-Wortley, 


C.B. 


Ball. 


Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


2  Fellow  of  Pembroke. 
*  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


1874 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 


313 


Bellairs,  H.  L. 
Deacon,  E.  A. 
Ferard,  C.  A. 


Cree,  A.  W. 


Wore. 
Exeter 
Trin. 


CLASS  III. 

Lawrence,  J.  E.    Ch.  Ch. 
Trotter,  E.  B.        Univ. 
Vawdrey,  D.          Corpus 


CLASS  IV. 
Exeter    I  Lempriere,  E.  P.  St.  J. 


Wilde,  J.  D. 
Williams,  J. 
Young,  J.  F. 


Examiners.— 3 '.  Bryce.    H.  J.  S.  Maine.    T.  E.  Holland. 


Bras. 
Line. 
Bras. 


Whitefoord,  B.     New 


Cripps,  C.  A.' 
De  Osma,  G.  J. 

Beven,  T. 
Denton,  F.  W. 

Alexander,  W. 
Mercer,  N.  A. 

Cross,  A.  S. 


In  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 

New       1  Paget,  E.  C.           Keble  I 

Pemb.     I  | 

CLASS  II. 

Queen's  I  Horrocks,  E.  H.    Pemb.  I 

Magd.     |  Hubbard,  E.          Ch.  Ch.  | 


Exeter 

Exeter 


CLASS  HI. 
Eidgway,  J.  B.      Trin. 


Eansome,  C.          Mert. 


Smith,  A.  L.2         Ball. 
Sunnier,  G.H.M.  Ch.  Ch. 


St.Quintin,W.H.  Ch.Ch. 


CLASS  IV. 
Exeter    |  Field,  H.  Wadh.    |  Eandolph,  E.  G.    Ch.Ch. 

Examiners.— W.  Stubbs.    C.  W.  Boase.    J.  E.  Green. 


Blogg,  F.  B.  Oriel 

Bryans,  H.  A.        St.  J. 
Chandler,  J.  B.      Pemb. 


Bartlett,  A.  E.       Wadh. 
Guest,  A.  Wore. 

Hewitt,  E.  B.         St.  J. 


Haworth,  J.  P. 
Kitchin,  H.  J. 


Bras. 
Ch.  Ch. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 


CLASS  I. 
Forbes,  W.  H. 


Ball. 


CLASS  n. 

Harper,  F.  Queen's 

Knowling,  E.  J.    Ball. 
Linton,  W.  E.        Corpus 

CLASS  III. 

Moberly,  W.  A.     Ch.  Ch. 
Eangeley,  I.          Keble 

CLASS  IV. 

Sheringham,H.A.  Pemb. 
Vecqueray,  G.  C.  Univ. 


Plummer,  F.  B.  Trin. 

Swan,  E.  Keble 

Williams,  T.  Magd. 

Spooner,  C.  S.  B.  Unatt. 

Wise,  W.  W.  Magd. 


Williams,  H.  F. 
Wrench,  W.  H. 


Pemb. 

New 


Examiners.— G.  Eawlinson.    T.  E.  Espin.    H.  Deane. 


Pro  Gradu  Baccalaurei  in  Jure  Civili. 


CLASS  I. 

Hopkinson,  A.      Univ.      I  Pulling,  J.  L.        Ch.  Ch.  |   Sebastian,  L.  B.    Exeter 
Packe,A.E.         Ch.Ch.  [ 

CLASS  II. 
Earle,  J.  C.  Exeter    |  Elgood,  E.  J.        Exeter    |   Harris,  S.  F.         Wore. 

CLASS  m. 
Wannop,  A.  E.    Bras. 

Examiners.— J '.  Bryce.    H.  J.  S.  Maine.    T.  E.  Holland. 


Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


2  Fellow  of  Trinity;  afterwards  Fellow  of  Balliol. 


314 


CLASS   LISTS 


1874 


MICHAELMAS    TEKM,    1874. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Fox.  J.  S.               Univ. 
Freeth,  H.              Oriel 
Gould,  M.  H.         Trin. 
Hardy,  E.  G.1        Exeter 

Awdry,  H.             New 
Banipfylde,  F.  G.  Magd. 
Barry,  J.  W.          Corpus 
Bruce,  Hon.  R.  P.  Ball. 
Campion,  W.J.H.  Univ. 
Gibson,  T.  W.        St.  J. 
Gray,  H.  B.            Queen's 

Claughton,  H."W.  Univ. 
Coley,  J.  D.            Hertf. 
Cornish,  J.  F.         Trin. 
Evans,  Hf  M.         Univ. 
Eyre,  E.  V.            Corpus 
Irvine,  A.               New 

Denison,  J.            Bras. 
Elcum,  H.  P.         Wore. 
Hornby,  W.  B.      Bras. 
Morrison,  WJE.W.Queen's 
Examiners.—  W.  W.  Cap 

CLASS  I. 
Lockhart,  J.  S.2    Corpus 
Mann,  J.  S.3           Exeter 
Nance,  J.  T.4         New 

CLASS  II. 
Grundy,  W.           Wore. 
Guinness,  C.  H.  C.  New 
Kershaw,  T.  H.     Trin. 
M°Ewen,  A.  R.      Ball. 
McKenzie,H.W.  Keble 
Madan,  F.               Bras. 
Matthew,  R.  G.     Wadh. 
CLASS  III. 
Legat,  A.  H.          Oriel 
Melhuish,  J.  E.     Wadh. 
Meredith,  S.  R.      Bras. 
Page,  A.  H.            Ball. 
Palmes,  G.             Line. 
Parsons,  J.              Ch.  Ch. 
CLASS  IV. 
Parker,  W.  S.        St.  J. 
Rooke,  W.  F.         Wore. 
Russell,  A.  F.       Univ. 
Scott,  J.                 Ball, 
es.     W.  C.  Sidgwick.     I.  BI 
E.  S.  Talbot 

Snow,  T.  C.4          Corpus 
Tancock,  C,  C.       Exeter 
Warner,  W.5         Ball. 

Sloman,  A.            Pemb. 
Spencer,  W.  E.      New 
Thomas,  E.  C.        Trin. 
Vaughan,  E.  L.     Ball. 
White,  H.               Line. 
Wildman,  W.  B.   Ch.  Ch. 

Wilson,  D.  B.        Ball. 

Rawson,  H.  G.       Ch.  Ch. 
Reynolds,  A.          Exeter 
Sands,  W.  H.         Line. 
Sharpe,  A.  B.         Ch.  Ch. 
Waggett,  J.  F.       Corpus 
Wells,  E.  A.           St.  J. 

Smith,  G.  H.          Queen's 
Verschoyle,J.T.S.  Univ. 
Winter,  A.  F.        Pemb. 

rwater.     J.  R.  Thursfield. 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Dyer,  J.  M.       Wore.         |         Hinton,  C.  H.      Ball. 

CLASS  II. 
Baines,  J.W.        Wadh.         |         Fagan,  G.  H.  F.       Ball. 

CLASS  III. 
Pryce,  E.  S.M.  Ball.         |         Sherwood,  W.  E.    Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  IV. 

Brady,  J.  H.          Queen's  |  Smith,  W.  R.         Ch.  Ch.   I  Sproule,  J.  W.  B.  Unatt. 
Lucas,  A.  H.  S.     Ball.       | 

Examiners.— F.  Harrison.    H.  J.  S.  Smith.    S.  W.  Bromfield. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 


Buckmaster,C.A.  Line. 
Coates,  G.              Ball. 
Faber,  H.  M.         Magd. 

Barren,  H.  G.        Ch.  Ch. 
Colenso,  R.  J.        Trin. 
Knox,  F.  V.           Magd. 

Examiners.- 

CLASS  I. 
Ferguson,  W.  B.  Ch.  Ch. 
Gresswell,  D.  A.    Ch.  Ch. 
Hopwood,  E.  O.     Ch.  Ch. 
CLASS  II. 
Mac  Gregor,  A.     Corpus 
Scarth,  L.  E.         St.  J. 

CLASS  III. 
Rawnsley,  H.  D.       Balliol 
CLASS  IV. 
Clarke,  A.  N.        Wadham 

-W.  H.  Corfield.    J.  A.  Dal< 

Northcote,  A.  F.   New 
Robb,  D.  C.            Wore. 

Wilson,  C.  T.         St.M.H 
Worthington,A.M.Trin. 

3.    M.  Foster. 

1  Fellow  of  Jesus.               2  Fellow  of  Hertford.                3  Fellow  of  Trinity. 
4  Fellow  of  St.  John's.      5  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch. 

1874 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINEES. 


315 


Aldred,  P. 
Daniell,  A.  S. 

Forrester,  E.  B. 
Harper,  J.  F. 


Hertf. 
Univ. 


Wadh. 
Oriel 


Gordon,  W.  E.      Bras. 
Ingles-Chamber- 
layne,  W.  C.       Pemb. 


In  Jurisprudentia. 

CLASS  I. 
Hughes,  T.  B.       New 

CLASS  II. 
Dunn-Gardner,  A. 
A.  C.  Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Hough,  E.  L.         Queen's 
Pandit,  S.  M.         Oriel 

CLASS  IV. 

Kingsford,  F.        Exeter 
Leach,  A.  J.          St.  J. 


Scrimgeour,  W. 
Still,  E.  B. 

Tindal,  C.  H. 
Warren,  H.  H. 

Reed.  W. 
Underbill,  J.  S. 


New 
Bras. 

Magd. 
Bras. 

Wadh. 
Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners.— H.  J.  S.  Maine.    T.  E.  Holland.    A.  V.  Dicey. 


In  Historia  Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 

Bernays,  A.  E.      Keble 

FitzEoy^  A.  W.     Ball. 

Evans,  A.  J.          Bras. 

Gardner,  G.           Ch.  Ch. 

Finch-Hatton, 

Mastermanj  N.      Corpus 

Hon.  M.  E.G.1  Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Baynes,  E.  E.        New 

de  Bunsen,  M.  W. 

Broadbent,  B.        Queen's 

E.                        Ch.  Ch. 

Burrows,  E.  H.     Univ. 

Janion,  E.  G.         New 

Cooper,  A.  N.        Ch.  Ch. 

Maude,  G.  E.         Corpus 

Cooper,  J.  P.          Bras. 

CLASS  III. 

Alexander,  E.  J.  Bras. 

Evill,  C.  H.            Pemb. 

Bartlett.W.L.A.  Keble 

Fletcher,  M.  D.     Keble 

Bearcroft.  P.          Keble 

Hunt,W.W.M.    Mert. 

Bernard,  A.  M.      Trin. 

Kennedy,  E.  J.     Univ. 

Boyd,  A.  H.           Trin. 

Lloyd,  J.  E.           Oriel 

Cloete,  W.  B.        Queen's 

Mowbray,  E.  A.     Ch.  Ch. 

Escreet,  C.  E.        Wadh. 

Noble,  W.E.W.  Wadh. 

CLASS  IV. 

Crowder,  W.  I.  E.  Exeter 

Murray,  E.  E.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 

Harris,  E.              Univ. 

Pughe,  C.  E.          Wore. 

Lane,  C.  P.            Univ. 

Oliver,  E,  D.  M.    Ch.  Ch. 
Powys,  H.  A.         St.  3. 


Moore,  C.  Exeter 

Skrine,  V.  E.  Corpus 

Thatcher,  E.  G.  Keble 

Venables,  H.  A.  New 


Parr,  J.  Exeter 

Smith,  L.  E.  Ball. 

Sylvester,  S.  A.  K.  New 
Tavistock,  Marq.  Ball. 
Tyndale,  E.  F.  G.  Magd. 
Willink,  H.  G.      Bras. 


Saye,  E.  G.  St.  J. 

Streatfeild,  H.  B.  Exeter 


Examiners.— W.  Stubbs.    G.  W.  Kitchin.    J.  E.  Green. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 


Bainbrigge,  P.  T.  Pemb. 
Braineld,  W.  A.    Keble 

Bennett,  H.  M.      St.M.H. 
Forster,  F.  S.         Bras. 
Heygate,  A.           Keble 

Chaytor,  C.            Wore. 
Coghlan,  F.  E.      Ball. 
Edgell,  E.  M.  E.   Trin. 
Frewer,  G.  E.        St.  J. 
Helmore,  F.  J.  O.  Oriel 

CLASS  I. 
None. 
CLASS  II. 
Dulley,  B.             Keble 

CLASS  III. 
Hussey,  J.             Wadh. 
Jauncey,  H.  J.       Hertf. 
Macdonald,H.F.  Hertf. 
CLASS  IV. 
Michell,  A.  T.       Oriel 
Pedder,  J.  W.        Bras. 
Pitman,  F.  E.        Exeter 
Smith-Dorrien,  W. 
M.                        Magd. 

Spooner,  G.  H.      Pemb. 

Milner,  G.              Ch.  Ch. 
Smith,  G.  F.           Edm.H. 
Williams,  E.          Jesus 

Sproule,  A.  St.  Q.  Keble 
Steward,  E.            Magd. 
Vincent,  M.           Univ. 
Walker,  C.             Keble 

Examiners.— G.  Eawlinson.    T.  E.  Espin.    H.  Deane. 


Fellow  of  Hertford. 


316 


CLASS   LISTS 


1875 


TEINITY  TEKM,  1875. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 
CLASS  I. 


Asquith,  W.  W.    Ball. 
Fenning,  W.  D.     Univ. 
Gent,  G.  W.           Univ. 

Argles,  M.  F.*       Ball, 
de  Winton,  F.  H.fi  Ball. 

Armitstead,G.H.  Ball. 
Campbell,  C.  G.     Ball. 
Collins,  J.  G.         Univ. 

Chapman,  S.  M.    Keble 
Gardiner,  T.  G.     Ball. 

Gore,  C.i                Ball. 
Mee,  J.  H.2            Queen's 

CLASS  n. 
Mulholland,  A.W.  Ball. 

CLASS  HI. 
Dunston,  F.  W.     Wadh. 
Perry,  C.  C.            New 

CLASS  IV. 
Hawkins,  B.  L.     Mert. 
Lester,  J.  M.          Univ. 

Ealeigh,  T.s           Ball. 
Wintle,  H.  G.        Ch.  Cb. 

Shirres,  L.             Ch.  Ch. 

Wilde,  J.  D.          Bras. 
Williams,  T.L1.L.  Jesus 

May,  T.  A.             StM.H. 

Examiners— H.  Furneaux.    W.  W.  Capes.    W.  C.  Sidgwick.    I.  Bywater. 
E.  S.  Talbot. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 

Fletcher,  L.6         Ball.       |  Stevens,  F.  H.       Queen's  I  Williams,  P. 
Jones,  A.  F.  Bras. 

CLASS  n. 
Dalby.F.  H.          Ch.  Ch.          |         Trew,  C.  0.  All  S. 

CLASS  HI. 
Clarke,  H.  Pemb.  |         Weaver,  F.  W.      Magd. 

CLASS  IV. 

Jones,  T.  B.  Jesus  |         Tatum,  H.  F.         Ball. 

Examiners.— F.  Harrison.    S.  W.  Bromfield.    G.  Edmundson. 


Corp. 


Croft,  W.  B.  Pemb. 

Davidson,  W.  E.   Ball. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 

I  Ford,  L.F.  Keble     I  Eichmond,  J.        Mert. 

I  Price,  J.  A.  P.       Queen's  J  Williamson,  E.  I.  Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  n. 
Freeman,  E.  V.     Bras.  |         Oldham,  E.  W.      Keble 

CLASS  in. 

Baden-Powell,  F.  8.     Ball. 
CLASS  IV. 

None. 
Examiners.— J.  A.  Dale.    W.  Odling.    M.  Foster. 


Cripps,  C.  A.4 
Freeth,  H. 


Barrett,  J.  St.  J. 

Clutterbuck,  E.H.  Univ. 

Bartrum,  B.  T.  Bras. 
Brown,  C.  F.  Line. 
Hood,  S.  F.  Magd. 


In  Jurispmdentia. 

CLASS  I. 
Leahy,  J.  W.         Univ. 


Whinney,  F.         Wore. 


New 
Oriel 

CLASS  II. 

Crosse,  E.  I.  Exeter   I  Ogle,  A.  J.  S. 

Morrell,  C.F.        Line.      |  Shirley,  W.  S. 

CLASS  III. 

Jackson,  E.  P.       Exeter 
Lawford,  L.  E.      New 
Lees,  J.  A.  Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Campbell,  F.  G.B.Exeter    J  Highton,  A.  C.       Queen's)  Pinhey,  E.  W.  S.  Univ, 
Examiners.— T.  E.  Holland.    A.  V.  Dicey.    K.  E.  Digby. 


Lewis,  J.  E. 
Niblett,  A.  E. 


St.  J. 
Ball. 


Mert. 
Exeter 


Thornton,  S.  L.     Line. 


Fellow  of  Trinity. 
Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


2  Fellow  of  Merton. 
5  Fellow  of  Jesus. 


Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
Fellow  of  University. 


1875 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINERS. 


317 


Corbett,  C.  J.  H.     New 
Macartney,  W.G.E.  Exeter 

Barker,  H.  A.        Wadh. 
Bent,  J.  T.  Wadh. 

Coleridge,  Hon.B.  Trin. 
Dillon,  C.  A.  F.     Hertf. 

Adams,  E.  H.        Mert. 
Brierley,  H.  Wadh. 

Brougham,  H.  W.  Keble 

Bridge,  J.  C.          Exeter 
Knight-Bruce. 
Or.  W.  H.  Mert. 


In  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 

I  Prothero,  E.  E.i    Ball.       I 
Pulling,  F.  S.         Exeter    | 

CLASS  II. 

Humfrey,  F.  M.     Trin. 
Knox,  L.  N.  Line. 

Peacock,  W.  G.     Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Davies,  H.  C.  Line. 
Godden,  J.  E.  W.  Keble 
Hill,  S.  Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 

Miller,  J.  F.  Trin. 

Keade,  G.  M.  L.     Exeter 
Header,  H.  C.  L.    Mert. 


Twemlow,  F.  E.    Ch.  Ch. 


Peake,  W.  H. 
Kussell,  W.  E. 
Watson,  W.  G. 


Prior,  H.  L. 
Walter,  H.  M. 


Corp. 
Corp. 
Keble 


Exeter 
Oriel 


Tatum,  G.  B. 
Thomson,  J.  F.  A 


Ch.  Ch. 
Trin. 


Examiners.— G.  W.  Kitchin.    J.  E.  Green.    E.  Laing. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 


Clayton,  H.  E.  Bras. 

Boevey,  E.  L.  C.  Univ. 

Buller,  S.  E.  A.  Queen's 
Coussmaker,  J.  O.  Trin. 

Denny,  E.  Pemb. 

Christie,  C.  M.  Queen's 

Duthy,  E.  H.  Keble 

Fenwick,  W.  A.  St.  J. 

Finch,  E.  S.  Edm.H. 


CLASS  I. 

Miller,  A.  J.             Exeter 

CLASS  H. 

Townend,  E.          Exeter    I  Wright,  G.  H.  B.  Queen's 

CLASS  III. 

Dobie,  W.  J.  C.      Exeter 

Eickards,M.S.C.Mert. 

Giblin,  H.               Edm.H. 

Shelmerdine,  N.    Exeter 

Maples,  C.              Univ. 

Swinnerton,  G.  I.  St.  J. 

Pope,  M.  M.           St.  J. 

CLASS  IV. 

Fox,  T.                   Oriel 
Jones,  J.  D.           Mert. 

Lee,  E.  E.              Magd. 
Murphy,  C.  H.       Queen's 

Joy,  F.  W.              Oriel 

Parkinson,  I.         Queen's 

Joyce,  J.  B.            Keble 

-G.  Eawlinson.    T.  E.  Espin.    J.  W.  Nutt. 

Pro  Gradu  Baccalaurei  in  Jure  Civili. 

CLASS  I. 
Eastwick,  J.  Trin.       |         Kidston,  J.  W.      Queen's 

CLASS  II. 
Eoberts,  A.  W.          Line. 

CLASS  III. 
Eversley,  W.  P.     Queen's         |         Wedderburn,  H.  G.       Ball. 

Examiners.— S.  Bryce.    T.  E.  Holland.    A.  V.  Dicey.    K.  E.  Digby. 


MICHAELMAS    TEBM,    1875. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Clarke,  F.  A.2       Exeter 
Dalton,  H.  A.3      Corp. 
Flanagan,  J.  W.   Ball. 
Hobhouse,  H.        Ball. 
Lacaita,  C.  C.         Ball. 

CLASS  I. 
Moyle,  J.  B.           New 
Parsons,  C.             Magd. 
Paul,  H.  W.           Corp. 
Eundall,  G.  W.     New 
Selby,  F.  G.           Wadh. 

Solomon,  J. 
Sonnenschein, 
E.A. 
Wilson,  A.  J.< 

Ball. 

Univ. 
St.J. 

1  Fellow  of  All  Souls.                              2  Fellow  of  Corpus. 
3  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.                    *  Fellow  of  Queen's. 

318 


CLASS  LISTS 
In  Literis  Humanioribus  (continued). 


1875 


CLASS  II. 


Arnold,  W.  T.       Univ. 

Fowler,  H.  N.        New 

Onions,  J.  H.          Ch.  Ch. 

Baker,  A.  E.          Exeter 
Blaxland,  G.  C.     Pemb. 

Gibson,  J.  C.          Queen's 
Goodchild,  W.       New 

Eichardson,  E.  T.  Univ. 
Seddon,  H.  C.        Univ. 

Chambers, 
C.  G.  B.  W.         Wore. 
Dawson,  J.  E.  le  S.  Corp. 
Deane,  J.                St.  J. 
Donkin,  E.  H.        Line. 
Drake,  W.  Y.         New 

Gould,  E.  F.  E.     Exeter 
Hoare,  H.  E.          Ball. 
Lacey,  T.  A.          Ball. 
Lefroy,  A.  H.  F.    New 
Mackie,  G.  E.        Queen's 
Maude,  J.  H.1        Corp. 

Simonds,  E.  H.      Ch.  Ch. 
Simpson,  F.  P.       Ball. 
Smith,  W.H.P.2  Trin. 
Snow,  T.                 New 
Teesdale,  C.           St.  J. 
Webb,  E.  J.           Ch.  Ch. 

Faber,  G.  D.           Univ. 

Milnes,  A.              Line. 

Williams,  G.  H.    Line. 

Field,  E.  M.           Trin. 

Morgan,  H.  G.       Mert. 

CLASS  III. 

Archer,  O.  A.        Line. 

Cardew,  A.            Magd. 

McDougall,  T.  H.  St.  J. 

Armitstead,  F.      Mert. 

Chater,  W.  H.        St.  J. 

Mellor,  G.  H.         Line. 

Audland,  J.  H.      Magd. 

Cunningham,  H.   Bras. 

Pulman,  P.  T.        Pemb. 

Baden-Powell, 

Ellis,  G.                  Ball. 

Sharp,  B.                Bras. 

G.  S.                     Ball. 

Hind,  W.                Ball. 

Thomas,  J.  W.      Wore. 

Bathgate,  W.         Ball. 

Langhorne,  W.  B.  Univ. 

Wilkinson,  H.       Mert. 

Campbell,  Sir  A. 

Lovell,  W.  F.        St.  J. 

Willcocks,  W.  K.  Exeter 

S.L.,  Bart.          Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Beck,  F.  J.            Trin. 

Cotes,  W.  H.         Wore. 

Thompson,  J.  S.    Univ. 

Brooke,  W.  H.       Magd. 
Brown,  H.  S.          St.  J. 

Lang,  A.  H.            St.  J. 
Morice,  H.  E.         Line. 

Tudor,  J.  L.           Exeter 
Waller,  W.  C.        Univ. 

Churton,  T.  T.       New 

Morrice,  W.           Corp. 

Willmer,  G.  N.      Ball. 

Collings,  C.  d'A.   Trin. 

Examiners.—  H.  Furneaux.    G.  E.  Thorley.    T.  H.  Green.    I.  Bywater. 

E.  S.  Talbot. 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Bowman,  T.3      Wadh.          |         Fagan,  W.  F.         Corp. 

CLASS  II. 

Cartwright,  A.      Queen's  I  Lane,  J.  S.  Mert.      I  Phillips,  F.  B.  W.  Ball. 

Christie,  G.  E.       Magd. 

CLASS  III. 

Drinkwater,  A.  E.  Mert.      I  Saunders,A.E.H.Univ.     I  Simpson,  C.  E.       Bras. 
Knollys,  A.  A.       Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 
Maude,  E.W.deL.  Magd.    |   Quayle,  W.  Ball.       |   Sibly,  G.  W.  Line. 

Examiners.— F.  Harrison.    S.  W.  Bromfield.    G.  Edmundson. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 


Dixon,  H.  B.          Ch.  Ch. 
Don,  E.  B.              Ball. 

CLASS  I. 
Jones,  G.                Jesus 
Eidley,  S.  O.          Exeter 

Smith,  W.  A.         Ch.  Ch. 

Daly,  E.  0.              Univ. 
Elliott,  J.               Queen's 

CLASS  II. 
Francis,  LI.           Jesus 
Mallock,  H.  E.  A.Hertf. 

Tarbet,  W.  D.        Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  HI. 
None. 

CLASS  IV. 
Hird,  J.  D.             Unatt. 

Examiners.—  J.  A.  Dale.    W.  Odling. 

H.  Power. 

i  Fellow  of  Hertford. 

2  Senior  Student  of  Ch.  Ch.         3  Fellow  of  Merton. 

1875 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


319 


In  Jurisprudentia. 


CLASS  I. 
Marshall,  E.          Exeter          |         Hanger,  A.  W.  G.  Wore. 

Handley,  H.          Line. 
Hedges,  F.             Exeter 

CLASS  II. 
Shipman,  J.  G.      New 
Stapylton,  H.  G.  C.  Univ. 

Wright,  C.  F. 
Wright,  F.  L. 

Bras. 

New 

Adkins,  H.             St.  J. 
Aplin,  F.  C.            St.  J. 
Ashworth,  P.  A.    New 
Burne,  S.  T.  H.      Magd. 
Grimwood,F.  S.C.  Mert. 

Buckley,  E.  F.       New 
Drew,  J.  G.            Wadh. 

CLASS  III. 
Leigh-Bennett, 
H.  C.                   New 
Micholls,  E.  M.     New 
Milne,  B.  O.           Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 
Falk,  H.  J.             New 

Nash,  E.  H. 
Sandars,  J.  S. 
Wait,  W.  0. 
Watkins,  W.  B. 

Geiss,  J.  W.  H. 

Trin. 
Magd. 
Wore. 

Exeter 

Wore. 

Examiners.—  E.  Poste.    A.  V.  Dicey.    K.  E.  Digby. 

In  Historia  Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 

Broadmead,W.B.  Trin. 
Bulpett,  C.  W.  L.  Trin. 

Hall,  T.  H.             Univ. 
Hardy,  L.              Ch.  Ch. 

Eadcliffe,  A.  C. 
Eoche,  F.  W.  A. 

Corp. 
Trin. 

Gell,  P.  L.              Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Anson,  H.              Ch.  Ch. 

Lewis,  A.  C.           Trin. 

Spurling,  F. 

Bras. 

Banfield,  F.           Wadh. 

Sinclair,  J.  S.        Oriel 

von  Glehn,  O.  A. 

New 

Hoskyns,  H.W.P.Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Chute,  T.  D.           Keble 

Gould,  L.  E.           Mert. 

Lees,  A.  H.B. 

Keble 

Consterdine,  J.      Line. 

Harding,  A.  E.      Mert. 

Eussell,  H. 

Keble 

Crump,  J.  H.          New 
Dickinson,  T.         Queen's 

Harter,  G.  LI.  F.    Magd. 
Humbert,  F.  A.     Bras. 

Strode,  E. 
Williamson, 

Queen's 

Elwell,  G.  H.         New 

Law,  A.  F.             Oriel 

C.  D.  E. 

Univ. 

CLASS  IV. 

Anstruther-C.  LI.  Line. 

McDonald,  J.         St.  J. 

Thorp,  E.  A. 

Line. 

Barnes,  A.  E.        Wore. 

Parnell,V.A.L.D.  Ch.  Ch. 

Wells,  E. 

Exeter 

Examiners.— G.  W.  Kitchin.    E.  Laing.    M.  Creighton. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 


CLASS  I. 

Denison,  J.  E.        Ch.  Ch. 

CLASS  II. 

Foord,  J. 

Bras.      |  Eobertson,  J.         Queen's  | 

CLASS  in. 

Day,  A.  G. 

Ch.  Ch. 

Ogilvie,  J.  C.  M.    Keble 

Edwards,  E.  J. 

Exeter 

Parr,  W.  C.             Magd. 

Field,  E.  W. 

Oriel 

Plaisted,  H.            Keble 

Izard,  A. 
Murray,  D.  S. 

Trin. 
Exeter 

Eiddle,  A.  E.         Wore. 

CLASS  IV. 

Bowen,  E.  J. 

Jesus 

Graham,  M.            Bras. 

Chamney,  P.  M. 

Queen's 

Keable.  C.  H.        Wadh. 

Finch,  C.  J. 

Pemb. 

Sandford,  E.  A.     Ch.  Ch. 

Gilbert-Cooper, 

Sealy,  H.  A.           Keble 

A.  E. 

Magd. 

Spencer,  F.  E.       Queen's 

SchCnberg,  T.  A.  Oriel 
Sherard,  C.  W.      Keble 
Smith,  S.H.  Ball. 

Trousdale,  W.  G.  St.  J. 


Simpson,  J.  Oriel 

Sinnett,  W.  H.       Exeter 
Walker,  J.  S.  M.    Oriel 
Young,  D.  E.         Pemb. 


Examiners.— G.  Eawiinson.    E.  S.  Ffoulkes.    J.  W.  Nutt. 


320 


CLASS  LISTS 


1876 


TRINITY  TERM,  1876. 
In     Literis     Humanioribus. 


CLASS  L 

Buckle,  G.  E.i       New 

Fanshawe,  E.        New 

Mee,  E.  M.2           Corp. 

Champneys,  A.  C.  New 

Lott,  F.  B.              Ch.  Ch. 

Parker,  C.  P.          Ball. 

Cluer,  A.  E.           Ball. 

Lucas,  C.  P.           Ball. 

Eamsay,  W.  M.s    St.  J. 

Collingwood,W.G.Univ. 

McCunn,  J.            Ball. 

Eobertson.  A.        Trin. 

Coote,  C.  L.           Bras. 

Marchant,  J.E.V.  Wadh. 

Warren,  T.  H.*      Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

Antrobus,  E.  L.     New 
Branfoot,  W.  H.    Line. 

Eyre,  P.  D.             Queen's 
Fox,  A.  C.              All  S. 

Newell,  E.  J.         Wore. 
Paget,  H.  L.           Ch.  Ch. 

Brown,  H.  V.         Bras. 

Harkness,  J.          Corp. 

Parry,  C.  H.           Oriel 

Child,  T.  E.            Wadh. 

Heslop,  W.             Bras. 

Phelps,  L.  E.          Oriel 

Church,  F.  J.         New 

Hewson,  F.  S.       Exeter 

Sanctuary,  C.  LI.  Keble 

Clarke,  A.  E.         Magd. 

Hey,  W.  C.             Oriel 

Wilson,  H.  A.*       Wadh. 

Daniell,  G.  W.       Ball. 

Homfray,  F.  A.     New 

Wingfield,  E.  J.    Ball. 

Dundas,  D.            Ball. 

Lester,  H.  F.         Univ. 

Wotherspoon,  G.  Trin. 

Escott,  J.  H.  S.      St.  J. 

Macmillan,  M.      Bras. 

CLASS  III. 

Aston,  J.  W.          St.  J. 

HiU,  E.  H.              Corp. 

Plater,  W.  E.         Univ. 

Bourdillon,  G.       Wore. 

Holland,  C.  W.     New 

Podmore,  G.           Keble 

Brown.  E.  F.          Trin. 

Hornby,  P.  J.         Ball. 

Eeeves,  W.  A.       Unatt. 

Claxton,  W.           Trin. 

Keating,  F.  A.       St.  J. 

Eivington,  A.W.  Corp. 

Conybeare,C.A.V.Ch.  Ch. 

Lloyd,  LI.  W.        Wadh. 

Skipton,  H.  S.        Exeter 

Cornish,  T.             Pemb. 

Macfarlane,  G.  L.  St.  J. 

Spencer,  A.  J.        Ch.  Ch. 

Cowan,  J.               Line. 

Martin,  A.  T.         Wore. 

Vallings,  J.  F.       Keble 

Guy,  T.  E.  B.          Oriel 

Paton,  W.  B.          Univ. 

Wright,  H.  C.        Pemb. 

Hall,  A.  J.              Trin. 

CLASS  IV. 

Allinson,  A  E.      Line. 

Greenwell,  F.  J.    Ball. 

Palmes,  A.  L.        Trin. 

Boustead,  J.  M.     Univ. 
Davies,  C.  T.         Jesus 
Delafield,  A.  H.     Unatt. 

Hamilton,  P.  J.     Mert. 
Jeayes,  C.  L.          New 
Mathias,  E.            Jesus 

Pierson,  W.           Queen's 
Potter,  G.  W.         New 
Scott,  D.  H.            Ch.  Ch. 

Denton,  C.  A.         Trin. 

Morris,  F.  W.        Jesus 

Swithinbank.H.S.  Pemb. 

de  Winton,  A.  J.  Mert. 

Examiners,— H.  Furneaux.    C.  H.  0.  Daniel.    T.  H.  Green.    E.  S.  Talbot. 
W.  A.  Spooner. 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physieis. 


Foord-Kelcey.W.  Exeter 
Hodges,  C.  H.        Queen's 


Arnold,  H.  E.  B.   Ch.  Ch. 
Banbury,  E.  Ch.  Ch. 

Duncan,  G.  W.      Ch.  Ch. 
Fletcher,  J.  M.  J.  Univ. 


CLASS  I. 

Lodge.  A.5  Magd. 

Mitchison,  A.  M.  Pemb. 

CLASS  II. 

Glazebrook,M.G.Ball. 
Mercer.  F.  E.  Corp. 
Owen,  J.  Jesus 


Todd,  G. 
White,  J.  E. 


Eees,  G.  E. 
Eogers,  T.  A. 
Stokes,  F.  G. 


Pemb. 
Wore. 


Jesus 

Exeter 

Mert. 


Browne,  D.  G.  L. 


CLASS  III. 
St.  J.      |      Oxford,  A.  W. 

CLASS  IV. 
None. 


Ch.Ch. 


Examiners.— -F.  Harrison.    W.  Esson.    G.  Edmundson. 


Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
4  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


2  Fellow  of  Queen's.  3  Fellow  of  Exeter. 

6  Fereday  Fellow  of  St.  John's. 


1876 


BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS. 


321 


Armitage,  J. 
Benson,  A. 


New 
Queen's 


Carpenter,  A.  B.   New 
Haig,  A.  Exeter 

Hainsworth,  B.     Ch.  Ch. 


Falls,  W.  C. 
Gamier,  R.  M. 
Howells,  E. 


Mert. 
Keble 
Unatt. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 

!  Jones,  W.  W.        Magd.     I 
;  Steel,  E.  E.  Magd.     | 

CLASS  II. 

Hinton,  C.  H.        Ball. 
Lane,  J.  S.  Mert. 

CLASS  III. 

Jones,  W.H.  Mert. 
Monnington,  A.  Keble 
Simpson,  C.  E.  Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 
Olive,  L.  W.          "Wore. 


Watts,  J. 
Wyatt,  W.  T. 


Ball. 

Exeter 


Neave,  S.H.M.  Ball. 

Trew,  C.  O.  All  S. 

Wigan,  W.  L.  Keble 

Wood,  W.  J.  P.  Magd. 


Examiners,— A.  G.  V.  Harcourt.    A.  W.  Riicker.    H.  Power. 


In  Jurisprudentia. 


Amphlett,  E.  G.    Braa. 
Bankes,  J.  E.         Univ. 
Blackburn,  J.        Exeter 
Cholmeley,  L.  C.  Magd. 


Ch.Ch. 
Bras. 
Gold8chmidt,W.O.Corp. 


Adderley,  H.  A. 
Coxe,  P.  H. 


Beaufort,  L.  P.      Queen's 
Chater,  F.  J.  T.      Line. 
Day,  A.  Pemb. 


CLASS  I. 
Page,  L.  B.  Queen's 

CLASS  II. 

Dare,  W.  C.  Pemb. 

Edwards,  H.  P.  Oriel 
Fisher,  W.  H.  Univ. 
Forrest,  J.  Ball. 

CLASS  III. 

Lee,  W.  R.  Trin. 

Lloyd,  H.  M.         Exeter 
Mac  Laren,  C.  E.  Unatt. 

CLASS  IV. 

Dumbleton,  E.  0.  Keble 
How,  F.  D.  Trin. 


Hamilton,  J.  L.  Univ. 
Humphry,H.McN.Ball. 
Seton-Karr,  H.  Corp. 


Parkyns,  T.  M.  F.  Bras. 
Tylee,  E.  G.  Hertf, 


Sandford,G.  R.W.  New 
Smyth,  F.  L.  S.     Exeter 


Examiners.— E.  Poste.    A.  V.  Dicey.    Sir  W,  R.  Anson,  Bart. 


In  Historia   Moderna. 


CLASS  I. 

Carter,  G.  C.          Trin.      |       Gladstone,  H.  J.  Univ. 

CLASS  II. 

Ash,  R.  G.             Wadb, 

Colston,C.E.H.A.  Ch.  Ch. 

Willcocks,  J.O'F.  Keble 

Bolton,  W.  H.       Trin. 

Owen,  A.  W.          Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  m. 

Faber,  J.  D.  B.      New 

Kirklinton-Saul, 

Sinyanki,  J.  M.     Hertf. 

Fielder,  T.             St.  J. 

G.  G.                   Ch.  Ch. 

Tennant,  C.  C.       Ball. 

Goldsmith,  F.        St.  J. 

Laxton,  W.  H.  S.  Trin. 

Thompson,  S.         Mert. 

Gosling,  F.  P.         St.  J. 

Morse,  H.                Line. 

Tylden,  R.  J.          St.  J. 

Jackson,  T.            St.  J. 

Robertson,  A.         St.M.H. 

Wauton,  H.  G.       Ch.  Ch, 

Russell,  G.  W.  E.  Univ. 

Williamson,  T.      Ball. 

,                  CLASS  IV. 

Boddington,  R. 

Edwards,  A.  J.      Bras. 

Loche*e,  A.  C.        Keble 

St.  J.                   New 

Gifford,  H.  G.        Exeter 

Needham,  G.  A.    Keble 

Bourdillon,  H.       Queen's 
Broadwood,  E.      New 

Gordon,  A.             Trin. 
Hill,  A.  F.  S.         New 

Oliver,  H.  F.         Exeter 
Pulman,  W.  W.     St.  J. 

Caldecott,  A.         Mert. 

Hill,  G.  C.              Bras. 

Thurston,  G.          Keble 

Canning,  J.            Wadb.. 

Hutchinson,  S.W.  New 

Vane,  H.  De  V.     Bras. 

Davies,  E.              Mert. 

Examiners.—Qr.  W.  Kitchin.    R.  Laing.    M.  Creighton. 


322 


CLASS  LISTS 


1876 


Argles,  M.  F.i        Ball. 
Butterworth,  J.  C.  St.  J. 

Buckland,  "W.  E.  Keble 
Clark,  R.  New 

Fletcher,  W.  H.    Ch.Ch. 

Littlewood,  B.  C.  Bras. 
Oliver,  G-.  New 

Saunders,  H.         Wore. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  L 
None. 

CLASS  II. 

Johnson,  W.  P.     Univ. 
Ottley,  E.  B.  Keble 

CLASS  III. 

Leary,  P.  H.          Wadh. 
Shawe,  R.F.W.   Univ. 
Tennant,  W.  E.     Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Skinner,  J.  H.        St.  J. 
Smith,  C.  S.  Trin. 

Tudor,  J.  L.  Exeter 


Parry,  E.  H.          Bras. 
Pentycross,  F.  J.  Unatt. 


Vidal,  R.  W.  S. 
Wright,  A.  E. 


Ch.  Ch. 

Queen's 


Whitfield,  C.  N.    Queen's 
Winter,  E.  G.  A.  Keble 
Woodroffe,  D.       Oriel 


Examiners.— E.  S.  Ffoulkes.    J.  W.  Nutt.    W.  Sanday. 


Pro  Gradu  Baccalaurei  in  Jure  Civili. 
Cripps,  C.  A.        S,t.  J. 


Aldred,  P.  F. 
Barrett,  J. 


Barb-urn,  B. 
Sands,  W.  H. 


Hertf. 
St.J. 


Bras. 
Line. 


CLASS  I. 
|  Ranger,  A.  W.  G.  Wore.     |  Whinney,  F. 

CLASS  II. 
I  Fox,  J.  S.  Univ.      I   Sandars,  J.  S. 


Wore. 
Magd. 


CLASS  HI. 

Shirres,  L.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Wait,  W.  O. 

Surajbal,  M.  P.      Oriel         Wright,  C.  F. 


Wore. 
Bras. 


Examiners.— J.  Bryce.    T.  E.  Holland.    E.  Poste.    A.  V.  Dicey. 
Sir  W.  R.  Anson,  Bart. 


MICHAELMAS    TERM,    1876. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Egerton,  H.  E.      Corp. 
Iwan-Muller,E.B.New 
Milner,  A.2             Ball. 

Barnes,  H.  C.         Line. 
Cababe,  M.             Ball. 
Cook,  A.  M.           Wadh. 

CLASS  I. 
Newmarch,  F.W.  Corp. 
Pollard,  A.  T.        Wadh. 

CLASS  II. 
Day,  R.  C.               New 
Franks,  G.  F.         Ball. 
Gorton,  A.  H.        Wore. 

Rendel,  J.  M.        Ball. 
Smith,  P.  S.            Univ. 

Lindon,  C.  H.         Mapd. 
Shawe,  R.F.W.    Univ. 
Ward,  W.  W.        Magd. 

Baines,  A.  A.         St.  J. 
Cameron,  W.  M.    Corp. 

CLASS  m. 
Hodgson,  F.  R.      Corp. 
Owen,  0.                Jesus 

Parr,  R.                  Ball. 
Shuttleworth,E.S.  StM.H. 

CLAPS  IV. 
Cole,  C.  F.              Unatt.        |       Gandell,  T.  P.        St.  J. 

Examiners.—  H.  Furneaux.    C.  H.  O.  Daniel.    T.  H.  Green.    W.  A.  Spooner. 
T.  H.  Grose. 

1  Fellow  of  St  John's. 


2  Fellow  of  New  College. 


1876  BY  PUBLIC  EXAMINERS.  323 

In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

CLASS  I. 
Nesbitt,  A.M.       Corp.      |  Pritchett,  J.  Ball.       |  Shepherd,  A.  J.  P.  Queen's 

CLASS  II. 
Jupp,  H.  B.  Magd.        |        Lewis,  A.  Queen's 

CLASS  III. 
Orchard,  H.  L.      Pemb.        |       Treffry,  E.  L.         Magd. 

CLASS  IV. 
Bradley,  W.  E.      Ball. 

Examiners. — W.  Esson.    W.  H.  Laverty.    G.  Edmundson. 


In  Scientia  Naturali. 

CLASS  I. 

Fletcher,  L.1         Ball.       I  Poulton,  E.  B.        Jesus      I   Stallard,  G.  Keble 

Jones,  A.  F.  Bras. 

CLASS  II. 
Gilbertson,  L.       Queen's  1  Hoare,  A.  F.          Ball.       |  Kutherford,W.  G.1  Ball. 

CLASS  III. 
Willis,  A.  K.          Unatt. 

CLASS  IV. 
Key,  J.  K.  Line. 

Examiners.— W.  Odling.    H.  Power.    A.  W.  KUcker. 


In  Jurisprudentia. 

CLASS  I. 
Cobbett,W.  P.       Univ.      |    Ferguson,  D.         Ball.       |    Wright,  H.  L.       New 

CLASS  II. 


Corbett,  C.  J.  H.    New       1  Phillimore,  W.  P. 
Hardy,  O.  H.          Queen's        W.  Queen's 

I  Stanton,  J.  D.       Exeter 


Andrew,  W.  E.  S. 

C.  Exeter 

Cardwell,  A.  M.    Ch.Ch. 

CLASS  III. 
Bailey,  J.  L.          Exeter   |  Brandt,  E.  F.  W.  Exeter   |  Corbett,  E.  K.        Ball. 

CLASS  IV. 
Broughton,  A.  O.  Line.      |  Harding,  J.  J.       Magd.     |  Pyemont,  L.  0.  P.  Wore. 

Examiner s. —3 .  C.  Wilson.    C.  L.  Shadwell.    Sir  W.  E.  Anson,  Bart. 


In  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 
None. 

CLASS  II. 

Montefiore,  L.  A.  Ball.       I   Oakeley,  J.  B.  B.  Corp.      I  Eutter,  J.  H.          Exeter 
Mylne,  E.  S.  Oriel       |   Eidger,  C.  Ball.       j   Seymour,  C.  E.      Mert. 

CLASS  III. 

Burrows,  M.  J.      Keble     I  Fiennes-Clinton,  I  Irvine,  F.  H.          New 

Carpenter,  E.  S.    Univ.      |      H.  G.  Keble     I  Marshall,  E.  T.     Queen's 

CLASS  IV. 


Campbell,  D.          Ch.  Ch. 
Conybeare,  W.J. 
S.  Ch.  Ch. 


Gaisford,  E,  B.  St.  J. 
Gater,  W.  H.  New 
Goddard,  E.  H.  Bras. 


Macartney,  M.  E.  Line. 
Mills,  A.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 


Examiners— J.  F.  Bright.    E.  Laing.    M.  Creighton. 


1  Fellow  of  University. 
Y   2 


324 


CLASS  LISTS 


1877 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 


CLASS  I. 
Faithfull,  J.  A.     Univ. 

Brereton,  E.  W. 
Harrison,  C.  F. 

Ch.  Ch. 
Univ. 

CLASS  II. 
Hollins,  W.  T.       Hertf. 
Maltby,  J.  C.         Keble 

Noble,  W.             Alb.H. 
Shuffrey,  W.  A.     Unatt. 

Blaker,  W.  L 
Heath,  R.  F. 
HiU,  R.  B. 
Roberts,  H.  B. 

Edm.H. 
Hertf. 
Unatt 
Bras. 

CLASS  m. 
Rooke.M.              Oriel 
Ross,  G.  H.  W.  L.  Queen's 
Taylor,  R.  E.         Queen's 

Thompson,  R.  "W.  Wore. 
Thornton,  R.  T.     St.  J. 
Williams,  E.  O.     Trin. 

Briggs,  K. 
Davies,  W.  T. 

St.J. 

Jesus 

CLASS  IV. 
de  Putron,  G.  P.    Pemb. 
Dry,  A.                   Edm.H. 

Jones,  T.                Jesus 
Lewis,  L.               Unatt. 

Examiners.— -E.  S.  Ffoulkes.    J.  W.  Nutt.    W.  Sanday. 


TKINITY  TEKM,  1877. 

In     Literis     Humanioribus. 

CLASS  I. 

Arkle,  R.  N.          Univ. 

De  Sausmarez, 

Massingham,  J.  J.2  Ball. 

Bonar,  J.                BaU. 

G.  S.                    Corp. 

Ritchie,  W.            Oriel 

Bousfield,  F.  S.  N.  Line. 
Bower,  G.  S.          New 

Field,  T.1                Corp. 
Glazebrook,M.G.Ball. 

Steel,  C.  G.            Univ. 
Vanghan,  C.  E.     Ball. 

Brabant,  F.  G.       Corp. 

Gosset,  A.  H.        New 

Whitehead,  H.     Trin. 

Craies,  W.  F.        New 

Lankester,  E.  F.   Line. 

CLASS  II. 

Bain,  J.                  New 

Harvey,  F.             Magd. 

Tatum,  H.  F.         Ball. 

Bates,  T.  C.           Univ. 

Herringham,  W.P.  Keble 

Thistle,  T.              Corp. 

BramweU,H.F.G.Ch.Ch. 

Just,  H.  W.            Corp. 

Todd,  A.  H.            Univ. 

Brinton,  W.           Ch.  Ch. 

King,  W.  Y.           Ball. 

Townsend,  C.  W.  Keble 

Brown,  H.  R.  F.    New 

Leupolt,  A.  F.       Bras. 

Tracey,  C.               Line. 

Chambers,  R.  H.  Corp. 
Clark,  R.                New 

Lyon,  W.  S.           Line. 
Perry,  G.  H.           Keble 

Wedderburn, 
A.  D.  0.               Ball. 

Fernandez,  P.  H.  Trin. 

Robinson,  G.  G.     Exeter 

Wilkinson,  H.  S.  Mert. 

Hart-Smith,  T.  N.  Exeter 

CLASS  in. 

Abbott,  R.  L.         Unatt. 

Ivens,  C.  LI.          Ch.  Ch. 

Poole,  C.                Ch.  Ch. 

Archer,  C.              Oriel 

Keble,  J.  R.           Keble 

Puckle,  T.  J.         Exeter 

Birkett,  LI.  B.       Trin. 

Kennedy,  E.  C.      Trin. 

Sichel,  W.  S.         Ball. 

Cade,  F.  J.             Ch.  Ch. 

Layman,  E.            Keble 

Stedman,  A.M.M.  Wadh. 

Copleston,  E.  A.    St.  J. 

Leonard,  S.  H.      Line. 

Stuart,  D.                Line. 

Cowles,  D.  J.         St.  J. 

Lowe,  A.                 Line. 

Taylor,  W.  B.        Bras. 

Craven,  W.  D.       Wore. 
Crouch,  W.  W.      Queen's 

Myers,  W.  H.        Ball. 
Nash,  F.  L.            New 

Walker,  T.             Queen's 
Warry,  W.             Exeter 

Deazeley,  J.  H.     Mert. 
Douglas,  W.          Keble 

Newall,  E.              New 
Pigot,  H.  V.           Oriel 

Whyte,  J.  D.          Oriel 
Wills,  H.               Ball. 

Graves,  R.  V.  O.    St.  J. 

CLASS  IV. 

Alleyne,  H.  P.       Mert. 
Barton,  D.  P.         Corp. 

Hasluck,  F.  J.       Queen's 
Kirk,  H.                 Queen's 

Ross,  R.  R.  H.       St.  J. 
Sayer,  G.                Trin. 

Evans,  J.  C.          Jesua 

Lang,  E.                 Unatt. 

Thomas,  C.  F.       Jesua 

Examiners.—  C.  H.  0.  Daniel.    T.  H.  Green.    W.  A.  Spooner.    T.  H.  Grose. 

W.  Wallace. 

1  Fellow  of  Magdalen. 


2  Fellow  of  Merton. 


1877 


BY  PUBLIC   EXAMINEES. 


325 


In  Scientiis  Mathematicis  et  Physicis. 

Hayes,  E.  H.1 

Daniell,  W.  Corp.      I  King,  W.  S.  Univ.      I  Eawson,  W.  S.      Ch.  Ch. 

Holme,  H.  S.         Bras.      |  Mathias,  E.  F.       Jesus      |  Salter,  J.  C.  Pemb. 

Tylecote,  H.  G.     New 


CLASS  I. 
Ball.       |  Maguire,  J.  E.2     Mert.      |  Walkley,  A.  B.     Corp. 

CLASS  II. 


CLASS  III. 

Davies,  S.  Exeter    I  Lister,  A.  S.          Keble 

Ditchfield,  P.  H.   Oriel      |  Eichards,  K.          Jesus 


CLASS  IV. 
None. 

Examiners.— -W.  Esson.    C.  J.  C.  Price.    W.  H.  Laverty. 


In  Scientia  Natural!. 

CLASS  I. 

Adrian,  A.W.  H.  Ch.  Ch.  I  Clark,  O.  W.          Edm.H.  I  Evans,  O. 
Christie,  G.  E.       Magd.    |  Evans,  W.  F.         Jesus     |  Taylor,  J.  J. 

CLASS  II. 
Humphery.F.W.Ch.Ch.  |  Skeete,  P.  de  C.    Unatt.    |  Wade,  C.  H. 


Brown,  E.  P.          Trin. 
Chatterton,  S.D.  S.  Trin. 


CLASS  III. 
Clementson,  C.      Bras. 


Fell,  W. 


CLASS  IV. 
Pemb.         1         Payne,  W.  A. 


Growse,  W.       Pemb.         j         Payne,  W.  A.        Pemb. 
Examiners.— W.  W.  Fisher.    A.  W.  EUcker.    H.  Power. 


Ch.  Ch. 
Magd. 
Univ. 


Milne,  F.  A. 

Burne,  W.  C.  H.    Keble 
Caffin,  C.  H.  Pemb. 

Embleton-Fox,W.New 


In  Jurisprudentia. 

CLASS  I. 
Keble        |        Prankerd,  A.  A.    Wore. 

CLASS  II. 


Kettle,  E.  E.          St.  J. 
Orde,  W.  Univ. 

Perrin,  L.  Magd. 

CLASS  III. 

Briggs,  N.  F.          St.  J. 
Exeter 


Behrens,  H.  New 

Brantingham.F.E.Ch.  Ch.  |  Dunn,  J. 

CLASS  IV. 

Christian,  E.          Bras.      I  Taylor,  W.  F.        Exeter 
Johnson,  A.  E.      Ch.  Ch.  | 


Scott,  W. 
Smith,  W.  P. 


Gregson,  F. 
Hill,  E.  F. 

Wall,  J. 


Exeter 
Univ. 


Alb.H. 
Magd. 


Queen's 


Examiners.— J '.  C.  Wilson.    C.  L.  Shadwell.    Sir  W.  E.  Anson,  Bart. 


Arnold,  H.  O.  Univ. 

Buckle,  G.  E.2  New 

Childs,  T.  H.  Ball. 

Fanshawe,  E.  L.  Ball. 


In  Historia  Moderna. 

CLASS  I. 

Hamlyn,V.W.  C.Ball. 
Hassall,  A.  Trin. 

Holmes,  T.  E.  E.  Ch.  Ch. 


Lodge,  E.3 


Ball. 


Potter,  J.  C.  Ch.  Ch. 

Simpkinson,  C.  H.  Ball. 
Woodward,W.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 


Fellow  of  New  College.         2  Fellow  of  All  Souls.          3  Fellow  of  Brasenose. 


326 


CLASS   LISTS 


1877 


In  Historia  Moderna  (continued). 


Browne,  G.  R.       Bras. 
Buckland,  F.  M.  Univ. 

Fanning,  F.  C.  Bras. 

Hadden,  R.  H.  Mert. 

Ingleby,  H.  Corp. 

Kinloch,  D.  A.  Univ. 

Allen,  J.  S.  Ball. 

Atthill,  R.  T.         Edm.H. 
Baily,  H.  M.  Bras. 

Bruce,  Hon.  F.  J.  Ball. 
Dornford,  E.          Keble 
Examiners.- 


CLASS  II. 

Cooper,  W.  St.  J. 

Merivale,  G.  M.     New 

CLASS  III. 

Lane-Poole,  S.  E.  Corp. 
Lloyd,  A.  B.  Bras. 
Lott,  F.  B.  Ch.  Ch. 

Rawstorne,  A.  G.  Corp. 

CLASS  IV. 

Falle,  S.  Ball. 

Freeland,  H.  J.     New 
Higgins,  F.  M.       Keble 
Kebbell,  F.  C.       New 
Kindon,  J.  Unatt. 

W.  Stubbs.    J.  F.  Bright.    M.  Creighton. 


Plunkett,  H.  C.      Univ. 


Ross-Hume,  J.  A.  Mert. 
Skipton,  H.  S.       Exeter 
Thrupp,  R.  W.       Line. 


Salter,  W.  J.          Wore. 
Sharp,  M.  C.          Trin. 
Tracy,  H.  H.          Unatt. 
Wansbrough,ILA.St.  J. 


In  Sacra  Theologia. 

CLASS  I. 

None. 
CLASS  II. 
Bannister,  H.  M.  Pemb.    |  Fox,  F.  C.  Hertf.     |  Giles,  W.  L.  St.  J. 

CLASS  III. 

Jameson,  H.  G.     Exeter 
Inkersley,  A.         Bras. 

CLASS  IV. 

Cox,  F.  Wadh. 

Graves,  G.  C.          Unatt. 
Grisewood,  A.  G.  Ch.  Ch. 
Howell,  J.A.        Jesus 
Johnston,  J.  G.      Trin. 
-E.  S.  Ffoulkes.    W.  Sanday. 


Fletcher,  J.  M.  J.  Univ. 
Hickson,  W.  H.     Trin. 

Bullocfc-Webster, 

F.  Hertf. 

Burmann,  R.         Keble 
Carter,  T.  N.          Queen's 
Courthope,  A.  H.  Ch.  Ch. 
Examiners.- 


Izat,  J.  R. 
Reynolds,  J.  R. 


St.  J. 
Unatt. 


Sloman,  E.  Edm.H. 

Stephens,  H.          Queen's 
Wallington,  E.W.  Oriel 
Wright,  A..H.        New 
Wyatt,  T.  G.          Trin. 
A.  H.  Sayce. 


Pro  Gradu  Baccalaurei  in  Jure  Civili. 

CLASS  I. 

None. 
GLASS  IL 

Nona. 

CLASS  III. 

Adkins,  H.  St.  J.  |  Corbett,  C.  J.-H.    New. 

Examiners.— J.  Bryce.    T.  E.  Holland.    J.  C.  Wilson.    C.  L.  Shadwell, 
Sir  W.  R.  Anson,  Bart. 


MICHAELMAS    TEBM,  1877. 
In  Literis  Humanioribus. 


Johnson,  H. 
Bode,  C.  W.  L.      Pemb. 


CLASS  I. 
Queen's  j  Richards,  J.  F.      Ball. 

CLASS  II. 

|   Summers,  W.         Univ.     [